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Bob Klapisch: Aaron Judge for MVP? Better believe it

It's not supposed to be this easy, hitting moonshots with the kind of backspin and torque that reminds old timers of Mickey Mantle. But there's more to Aaron Judge than history these days. The way he looks at the plate, all 6-foot-7, 280 pounds of him, and the way he's intimidating pitchers, this baby Bomber has become Lebron in cleats.

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Mariners defeat Athletics, 7-1, start looking toward next season

Slightly more than 24 hours after being officially eliminated from the postseason, the Seattle Mariners were back on the field again. Yes, their playoff hopes had been extinguished and the overriding preseason goal went unmet, but there was still baseball left to play. Such is the nature of the 162-game marathon.

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