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Who’s going to win the National League West? Please join Sports-Kings – Reading Between the Seams managing editor David Whitlock and host Phil Naessens as they preview the National League West plus the guys comment on Houston Astros owner Jim Crane’s recent statements about the Astros fan base, the injury plagued New York Yankees, the World Baseball Classic and much much more on Monday’s Phil Naessens Show.
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