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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Padres play at Petco Park. The stadium is located in Downtown San Diego and is home to the San Diego Padres.

San Diego Padres Ramp Up for Upcoming MLB Season After a Strong Run in 2022

Levi Underwood, Staff Reporter Jan 25, 2023

With the 2022 year MLB season ending, teams have started drafting players for the upcoming season. The San Diego Padres are more excited than ever coming off a great 2022 season and beating the LA...

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Keeping Up With The MLB

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web-Editor in Chief Feb 4, 2022

Since December 2, 2021, Major League Baseball has been locked out. The collective bargaining agreement (CBA), the negotiated accord that governs almost every aspect of the working relationship between...

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The Braves swarm the pitcher’s mound following the final out of the World Series. Astros’ first baseman, Yuli Guerriel grounded out to Braves’ shortstop, Dansby Swanson to ensure their fourth championship as a franchise, their first since 1995.

The Atlanta Braves: A Loss of Playoff Hopes to World Series Champions

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web-Editor in Chief Nov 9, 2021

Following a distasteful ending to their 2020 season, the Atlanta Braves blew a 3-1 series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series. The Dodgers would go on to win the...

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 Throughout 2021 Ohtani has been one of the top hitters in the entire MLB. Ohtani currently (at the time of publication) has 44 home runs and 93 RBIs.

It’s Sho-time in 2021

Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web Editor in Chief Sep 21, 2021

It’s all Shohei Ohtani in 2021 as most headlines read his name. A Japanese-born ballplayer currently has hit 44 home runs, while also holding an 8-1 record and 3.00 Earned Run Average (ERA) as a starting...

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Some of the biggest names in baseball have become free agents during the 2020-2021 MLB offseason. The players pictured include DJ Lemahieu, Marcus Stroman, Trevor, Bauer, JT Realmuto, and George Springer.

What’s Going on in the MLB? Signing, Trades, and News

Many teams have made minor additions, others trading for some of the game’s top players, and other teams not lifting a finger.
Cooper Hancock, Co-sports editor Jan 22, 2021

The 2020-2021 MLB offseason has brought many transactions, keeping the baseball world on edge but failing to see where big-name free agents will play during the 2021 season. Many teams have made minor...

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 Kim Ng stands in Marlins Park, her new home as she takes the reigns of the Miami Marlins. She looks to bring the Marlins back to the postseason and bring a championship to Miami in her tenure.

The Signing of Kim Ng as Marlins GM and What it Means For the Future of Women in Sports

Jason Chase, Staff Writer Dec 27, 2020

On November 13, the Miami Marlins led by owner Derek Jeter hired Kim Ng as General Manager. She is now the highest-ranking female in North American Sports. But Ng didn’t just break the glass ceiling...

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 Lakers superstar, Lebron James wearing specialized Kobe Bryant uniform. James payed tribute to a fellow Lakers legend.

Los Angeles Sports Teams Win World Championships in 2020

Erik Larsen, Staff Reporter Nov 16, 2020

Through all of the events that have slowed down 2020, not one of them has slowed down Los Angeles sports teams on their route to winning national titles. With both LA teams projected to be dominant...

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Most MLB stadiums flourished with cardboard cut out pictures of fans throughout the 2020 MLB season. Most teams limited fans one per stadium with select prices depending on the team.

Fans Believe it’s Time to Return Back to Sporting Events

“People love sports, they want to be able to go back to sporting events, so as long as they can remain healthy, it seems like the positives will outweigh the negatives.”
Cooper Hancock, Co-sports editor Oct 30, 2020

If you sit down with anyone and ask them what COVID-19 took from them, they could talk for hours. For sport fans, the cancellation of all professional sports amid the pandemic would be on the top of their...

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Padres celebrating clinching a playoff spot after a victory over the Mariners in San Diego. After fourteen years of missing the playoffs, the Padres will finally play October baseball.

San Diego Padres: From Bottom Dwellers to World Series Contenders

Jason Chase, Staff Writer Oct 1, 2020

The San Diego Padres are officially back in playoff baseball. On Sunday, Sept. 20, the Friars clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2006. That wasn’t the Padres main goal. The Padres are hoping...

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The Crazy Ride of the 2018 MLB Playoffs

The Crazy Ride of the 2018 MLB Playoffs

Cooper Hancock, Staff Reporter Nov 8, 2018

The 2018 MLB regular season has concluded and so has the playoffs. Each team who made the postseason finished their seasons with high win-loss records earning them a spot for a chance at winning a...

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Cleveland Indians Longest Win Streak MLB

Cleveland Indians Longest Win Streak MLB

Jacob McKibben, Staff Writer Sep 30, 2017

The Cleveland Indians, the runner up in the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series, went up 3-1 and lost to the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs, who were the previous holders of the longest time without...

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