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MLB Playoffs – Pirates Push Past Reds

updated October 2, 2013by October 2, 2013

The Pittsburgh Pirates haven’t been able to reach the playoffs for two decades. So it was with considerable glee that Pittsburgh baseball fans watched their team compile a 6-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds yesterday and make their way forward and on into the MLB Playoffs where they will meet up with St. Louis in […]

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MLB Tickets – World Series Race Begins

updated October 1, 2013by October 1, 2013

World Series Tickets are available here at Frontrow.com. But before we get there we have plenty of baseball left to go. The next few weeks are going to be hectic and here’s how it’s going to start.       Tuesday Oct 1st – Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Wednesday Oct 2nd – Tampa Bay at Cleveland […]

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Cardinals and Pirates and More

updated September 18, 2013by September 18, 2013

How long has it been since the Pittsburgh Pirates were in this kind of race? A very long time. We recently wrote a piece about the happiness in the Steel City to finally see the Pirates engaged in winning baseball. That happiness is still there, Pittsburgh is going to have a winning season, but the […]

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Major League Baseball Playoff Picture – American League

updated September 11, 2013by September 11, 2013

Is it that time already? I reckon so. The season is rapidly coming to a close and the desperate battle for playoff spots are shaping up more clearly. Today we look at the American League     Boston Red Sox – The Red Sox have nothing to fear from anyone within their division. They’ve all […]

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MLB Tickets – The Home Stretch

updated August 26, 2013by August 26, 2013

It’s been a nice run with the NFL but Major league baseball is fast approaching the home stretch, that time of year when every pitch takes on significance, every game can be a season changer, and every hit a season’s salvation. Let’s take a few minutes to look over the MLB and see who’s going […]

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