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While baseball may be known as the sport of the summer, everyone knows that the real excitement doesn’t even start until October. In October the top teams play and vie for their chance to be in the MLB World Series. Well, those teams have all played and starting tonight we will all bare witness to…

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“Put me in coach! I’m ready to play!”- John Fogarty, Centerfield For the fourth time in the history of the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox, the two teams will meet in the World Series. Both clubs won 97 games during the regular season and it is the first time since 1999 that Major League…

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A few weeks ago as the baseball playoffs were just starting we did a post over on the Marketwired blog showing off the social chatter around all eight teams that were heading into the post-season. Now, the playoffs are done and we’re heading into the World Series. Starting tomorrow the Boston Red Sox will be…

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Yes, this post is a day late. But let’s just pretend that yesterday didn’t happen. Wednesday hasn’t come yet. The World Series hasn’t started. The Detroit Tigers didn’t get hammered by the San Francisco Giants in game one. It never happened. Looking back at social media talk for the past month (September 23 – October…

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It’s October, which means it’s time again for The Fall Classic. The World Series of Major League Baseball is already underway with the Texas Rangers playing the St. Louis Cardinals. So far we’re one game into the seven game series and the Cardinals are winning 1-0. Tonight will be the second game. Although the Cardinals…

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With the start of the World Series tonight between the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies, we thought it might be interesting to use MAP to take a look at what’s happening within the blogosphere. Not surprisingly, the most active conversations are focused on the Yankees, which have the highest payroll in baseball, and feature…

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