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Seattle Mariners: How Long Until Ariel Miranda Is Awarded a Rotation Spot?
The Seattle Mariners were active this offseason in acquiring starting pitching. Consequently, their additions may force Ariel Miranda to be overlooked. Despite his rapid success as a starting pitcher in 2016, the Seattle Mariners project pitcher Ariel Miranda as a reliever entering the regular season. Seattle made multiple moves to boost their starting pitching this […]

Chicago Cubs Scouting Report on OF Eloy Jimenez
Chicago Cubs outfield prospect Eloy Jimenez made a big splash at the Future Stars game last season. What’s in store for 2017? Player Profile The Chicago Cubs signed Eloy Arturo (Solano) Jimenez as part of their big 2013 July 2nd international free agent class along with shortstop Gleyber Torres. That pair of signings gave the […] Chicago Cubs Scouting Report on OF Eloy ...

Atlanta Braves: 2017 Team Preview
The Atlanta Braves are in a unique position heading into the 2017 season. Coming off of three consecutive losing seasons the Braves have hope for 2017. While the puzzle may not be completed, they are certainly getting there. I am a huge fan of the Atlanta Braves; not in the sense that they are my […] Atlanta Braves: 2017 Team Preview -

MLB to Join Forces with Game of Thrones This Summer
Winter may have already arrived in Westeros, but Major League Baseball and Game of Thrones will aim to heat things up during the upcoming season. The league will partner with the hit HBO series to bring various crossover promotions and merchandise to fans this summer. MLB.com’s Cut4 has the details: This summer, fans of both […] MLB to Join Forces with Game of Thrones This Su...

Cardinals: “Not My World Champs” Headlines St. Louis-Based Sports Blog’s Resistance
While the Chicago Cubs entered Spring Training as reigning World Series champions, a St. Louis-based sports blog is resisting the success of the Cardinals’ arch rival. We have all heard of the rivalry between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Similarly, the heated competition between the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers is […]

Los Angeles Angels: Tyler Skaggs Struggles in First Taste of Spring
Tyler Skaggs faltered in his first spring outing of 2017. The Los Angeles Angels lefty starter needs to get back on track this season. Spring Training is important for every player, but it tends to mean a bit more for those coming back from significant injuries or attempting to reestablish themselves after an unsatisfying season. […] Los Angeles Angels: Tyl...

New York Yankees: Gary Sanchez Atop the Batting Order?
Gary Sanchez batted second in the lineup on Saturday. He responded with a home run. Has Yankees manager Joe Girardi found the secret to the top of the batting order? Gary Sanchez? Two-hole hitter? Ahhh. Spring is in the sir. It may sound bizarre having arguably the New York Yankees’ best power hitter from 2016 […] New York Yankees: Gary Sanchez Atop the Batti...

Pittsburgh Pirates’ Josh Harrison Added to WBC for Team USA
Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison has been named to replace Matt Carpenter on Team USA for the World Baseball Classic. Another player from the Pittsburgh Pirates organization was added to one of the rosters for the World Baseball Classic, which is scheduled to begin on Monday. Josh Harrison is the most recent Pittsburgh player […] Pittsburgh Pir...

San Francisco Giants: Clayton Blackburn, the Dark Horse in Rotation Race
With his strong start against the Royals, Clayton Blackburn is quickly becoming another option for the San Francisco Giants’ starting rotation. As Matt Cain and Tyler Beede are neck-and-neck for the fifth spot in the San Francisco Giants’ rotation, Clayton Blackburn is proving himself to be another strong candidate for the final spot. His strong […]

New York Yankees Scouting Report on SS Gleyber Torres
Gleyber Torres made a big impression on the New York Yankees after he was acquired from the Chicago Cubs. How quickly could he find his way to the Bronx? Player Profile The New York Yankees acquired Torres as part of their big trade in the summer with the Chicago Cubs. Gleyber David (Castro) Torres was […] New York Yankees Scouting Report on SS Gleyber Torres -...

Colorado Rockies: David Dahl to Miss Some Time
The Colorado Rockies are everyone’s favorite sleeper pick to contend for a wild card spot this season, but the club may be without outfielder David Dahl when the regular season arrives. According to The Denver Post, Dahl could be out of action for a couple of weeks with back issues. In his 63 games with […] Colorado Rockies: David Dahl to Miss Some Time -

What to Expect From the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Kenta Maeda as an Encore
The Los Angeles Dodgers surprise player in 2016 was Kenta Maeda, as he filled in admirably in the middle of the rotation. Expectations are high for the soon-to-be 29 year-old in his sophomore season. The Los Angeles Dodgers received a lot of criticism last year when they allowed Zack Greinke to walk. Then they received […] What to Expect From the Los Angeles Dodgers’...

Yankees History: Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson Trade Families
Every so often, friends realize that maybe, just maybe, they should be with the other person’s significant other. On this day in 1973, Yankees pitchers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson went beyond that point, trading their families. Fritz Peterson made his mark upon the Yankees history books. He actually owns the best ERA of any […] Yankees History: Mike K...



 

 
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