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Should we count inflated home run records?

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor September 22, 2022

Since its inception, baseball has been a game of long-lasting records. These records have been set and broken countless times throughout the sport's history. The legitimacy of some of these totals has...

MLB to experiment with new play strategies for 2023

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor September 22, 2022

Major League Baseball (MLB) has faced its fair share of criticism in recent years for the slower pace of play. This is a result of many different factors, but the MLB has experimented with ways to increase...

Aaron Judge (Left) talks with other players on the Yankees, New York, April 26.

Aaron Judge has chance to make MLB history

Christopher Elwell, Sports Editor September 8, 2022

Baseball has many long-standing records set by all-time greats who changed the course of baseball history. New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge has the opportunity to cement himself in baseball history...

Los Angeles Angels Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.

MLB free agency predictions

Christopher Elwell, Contributing Writer November 28, 2021

The Major League Baseball offseason has officially begun, meaning that free agency is open and players can sign anywhere in the league. This year’s class of free agents is one of the best classes in...

MLB moves All-Star Game, sparks political debate

Tyler Wells, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

In response to a new Georgia voting law passed by the state’s legislature, Major League Baseball (MLB) has made the decision to move the 2021 All-Star Game away from Atlanta. The game will now be hosted...

A true sign of spring

Joe Klaus, Sports Editor February 22, 2021

While it may not look like it, the first sign of spring has arrived. The MLB has approved the start of spring training and teams are reporting to their facilities early as Feb. 16. Given the increase of...

MLB Postseason Preview

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer October 12, 2020

Following a COVID-altered regular season, Major League Baseball (MLB) has made it to their closing chapter of 2020: the postseason. Just as the regular season took on a new look, the playoffs are following...

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Boycotts for Blake

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer September 14, 2020

For athletes across professional sports, the shooting of Jacob Blake was the final straw in a mounting struggle with police brutality. Although games were scheduled to take place, they were replaced by...

An empty baseball stadium in lieu of the delay of the MLB season due to COVID-19.

Coronavirus: How is it Affecting Sports?

Alex Cunkle , Staff Writer March 27, 2020

COVID-19 has disrupted sports in a way not seen since World War II. The virus has shut down sports globally. Both amateur and professional leagues have canceled full season and championship tournaments....

42 Hits a Double

Cameron Hines May 1, 2013

Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus, Martin Luther King Jr. preached non-violent protesting, and Jackie Robinson was the first black baseball player to play in the major leagues. 42, from writer/director...

The Yankees Look to Stay Hot in Anahiem

Tom Chieppo April 28, 2010

The Yankees have so many positives thus far in the regular season! Pitching seems to be the club’s forte this year, and it definitely is showing in their play time. Many Yankees fans support Javier Vaquez...

The Mets Look to Turn Back Clock

Tom Chieppo April 21, 2010

The Mets are going to be battle tested throughout the regular season. Jerry Manuel’s club is 3 and 6 in their quest for a playoff run in the 2010 season. The schedule is stacked against the Mets as they...

The Mets Start Season Off Slow

Tom Chieppo April 14, 2010

An imperative for the Mets started off with them going (1-2) against the Florida Marlins, a team who made 103 errors last season and 254 over the past two. The Mets need to have Jose Reyes in the line-up,...

Yankees and Red Sox Talk Trade

Alex Kratman April 1, 2010

We at The Charger Bulletin didn’t believe it at first, but it is officially true! Information leaked out from sources within the Red Sox and Yankees organizations of possible trade talks has recently...

Obama to Throw Out Ceremonial 1st Pitch

The Associated Press April 1, 2010

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama will throw out the ceremonial first ball at the Washington Nationals' opener, marking the 100th anniversary of a presidential pitch to start the season. William Howard Taft...

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