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Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season
Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season

Major League Baseball, 2014 in review: The highs • Clayton Kershaw was king of baseball in 2014 — National League most valuable player, Cy Young Award winner, pitched a no-hitter*, hit a score-tying triple, fielded a ground ball behind his back, took an extra base on Bryce Harper, the ultimate model of accountability and professionalism in the clubhouse and the community. His October would not have been so disastrous if the Dodgers had a bullpen last season. (*The no-hitter would have been a perfect game had Miguel Rojas replaced Hanley Ramirez at shortstop in the seventh inning.) • Mike Trout, the consensus best all-around player in baseball, was the...

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