Total Team Sites and Deep Research Links and Descriptions: 672
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ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS
In 2001, only the their 4th year in existence, the Diamondbacks won their first and only World Series. In the 9th inning of the seventh game of that exciting series, the D'backs made a comeback against the heavily favored Yankees.
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"ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS Page"
Link Count: 23

ATLANTA BRAVES
Between 1995 and 2005 the Braves won 11 consecutive NL East Division Titles. When you factor in the NL West Division Titles in 1991, 1992 and 1993, the Braves hold the impressive record of 14 out of 15 Consecutive Division Titles- A National League Recor
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"ATLANTA BRAVES Page"
Link Count: 25

BALTIMORE ORIOLES
Cal Ripken Sr. played a significant role in molding the Baltimore frachise during thier golden years, 1966-1983. As the minor leagues churned out home grown Hall of Famers, strong fundamental baseball was dubbed The Oriole Way.
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"BALTIMORE ORIOLES Page"
Link Count: 22

BOSTON RED SOX
The Red Sox are currently adding to their MLB attendance record: Since May 15th, 2003, the Red Sox have sold out every home game.
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"BOSTON RED SOX Page"
Link Count: 118

CHICAGO CUBS
The Cubs had 66 wins and a last place season in 2006. They then won the Central Division in 2007 and repeated in 2008. While exiting both playoffs in the first round, they go into 2009 as the favorite to repeat.
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"CHICAGO CUBS Page"
Link Count: 43

CHICAGO WHITE SOX
In 2005, the White Sox had one of the most dominant runs through the playoffs in recent memory as they swept the Red Sox 3-0, beat the Angels 4-1, and then dominated As they swept the Astros 4-0.
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"CHICAGO WHITE SOX Page"
Link Count: 14

CLEVELAND INDIANS
In 2007, the Cleveland Indians won their 7th AL Central title, the most in the division.
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"CLEVELAND INDIANS Page"
Link Count: 17

COLORADO ROCKIES
Following MLB expansion, the Rockies joined the National League in 1993. While they suffered through a series of losing seasons, the Rockies won the National League pennant for the first time in franchise history in 2007.
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"COLORADO ROCKIES Page"
Link Count: 10

DETROIT TIGERS
On April 25th, 1901, the Detroit Tigers played their first Major League baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers. As the home team, they entered the bottom of the 9th down 13-4 and then orchestrated a historic 9th inning comeback to win 14-13.
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"DETROIT TIGERS Page"
Link Count: 16

HOUSTON ASTROS
In 1965, Houston built the first domed stadium, called the "Astrodome." Due to glare that caused the players to lose fly balls, the ceiling tiles were painted and the result was grass would not grow. In 1966, a fake grass called astro-turf came
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"HOUSTON ASTROS Page"
Link Count: 19

KANSAS CITY ROYALS
In preparation for MLB expansion, the struggling Royals franchise was offered the opportunity to switch leagues and compete in the NL Central in direct competition with their intra-state rival St. Louis Cardiinals. The Royals Declined.
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"KANSAS CITY ROYALS Page"
Link Count: 21

LOS ANGELES ANGELS
The Angels have won 7 division titles and not won a League Championship in any of them. The one time they made it as a wild card, in 2002, they won thier only World Series.
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"LOS ANGELES ANGELS Page"
Link Count: 13

LOS ANGELES DODGERS
In 2008, The Dodgers won the NL West Division and swept the Cubs before losing to the eventual World Series Champion Phillies. They are the favorite to win their division in 2009.
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"LOS ANGELES DODGERS Page"
Link Count: 30

MILWAUKEE BREWERS
In 2008, the Brewers made the playoffs for the first time since 1982 when they won the National League Wild Card with a final record of 90-72, finishing the season one game ahead of the New York Mets.
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"MILWAUKEE BREWERS Page"
Link Count: 8

MINNESOTA TWINS
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"MINNESOTA TWINS Page"
Link Count: 48

NEW YORK METS
The 2009 season is the Mets' first season at Citi Field. While the exterior design is based on Brooklyn's Ebbetts Field, this park is completely modernized. With one exception, it is one of the rare new ballparks that plays like a pitchers park.&
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"NEW YORK METS Page"
Link Count: 48

NEW YORK YANKEES
With 27 Championships, three ahead of hockeys Montreal Canadians, the New York Yankees are the most successful franchise in Major League Baseball as well as all of sports.
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"NEW YORK YANKEES Page"
Link Count: 91

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
Quite possibly the most replayed radio call in sports history, Bobby Thomson's 1951 walk-off home run that clinched the National League pennant for the Giants over their rivals, the Brooklyn Dodgers, was dubbed the "Shot Heard 'Round the Wor
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"SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Page"
Link Count: 8

SEATTLE MARINERS
In 2001, the Mariners had a historic regular season and currently share the record for most wins in a single season with 116. The franchise has made the playoffs 4 times and won the first round of the playoffs 3 of them, but never won a Pennant.
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"SEATTLE MARINERS Page"
Link Count: 8

TAMPA BAY RAYS
In 2008, Tampa Bay had their most successful season ever and won the AL pennant. Although the Rays were contenders the entire season, attendance remained among the lowest in the league.
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"TAMPA BAY RAYS Page"
Link Count: 8

TEXAS RANGERS
The Rangers have won 3 Division titles but have never won a playoff series, going 1-9 in those playoff games.
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"TEXAS RANGERS Page"
Link Count: 4

TORONTO BLUE JAYS
The Toronto Blue Jays won their first World Series in the least number of years in the AL, 16 years. They followed that World Series in 1992 with a second championship in 1993.
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"TORONTO BLUE JAYS Page"
Link Count: 8

WASHINGTON NATIONALS
The expansion franchise Montreal Expos were the first major league team in Canada. Ownership squabbles, a poor fan base, and difficulty in selling broadcasting rights led to the team being bought by MLB in 2002.
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"WASHINGTON NATIONALS Page"
Link Count: 6