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Broadway is the big leagues, and for big bucks theatergoers expect professionalism.
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The multi-tier plans also reflect Netflix’s success at developing incremental revenue streams even as the market for streaming video risks becoming saturated as a flood of big league competitors, including Amazon, have rushed into the space.
Lamont’s playing career was short-lived, with a few stints in the big leagues and some Triple-A success.
Hoskins now has 18 home runs for the Philadelphia Phillies since being called up to the big leagues on Aug. 10.
Raul Mondesi will be expected to take a very successful Omaha season into the big leagues.
In this episode of #FrogNation, meet the son of a legend who is making a name for himself in the big leagues.
The Yankees' Aaron Judge may have set a big league rookie record for home runs with 51 through Thursday, but he's also fanned 205 times.
In the shortest of his 42 big league starts, Snell failed to retire any of his six batters in the second inning and threw only 24 of 49 pitches for strikes.
In the old world of fashion, a talented designer makes his mark in menswear, and then moves up to the big leagues with women's—think Raf Simons, Thom Browne and, more recently, Virgil Abloh.
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