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Boston Red Sox: Just How Depleted Will the Farm System Get?
Boston Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski has shown a willingness to trade top prospects to improve the major league roster. But just how far will he go? Dave Dombrowski has a history of selling minor league talent in order to win at the major league level, and he’s done just that since […] Boston Red Sox: Just How Depleted Will the Farm Sy...

MLB Approves Use of Device to Measure Biometrics of Players
In an effort to advance statistical analysis of players’ health, Major League Baseball approved the use of a continuous biometric monitor that can be worn by players while in games. Major League Baseball has become the first major professional sports league to approve the use of an in-game biometrics device that can be worn by […] MLB Approves Use of D...

Tomorrow’s Rookies for the Phillies
With an eye on potential stars, each position except for third base has a candidate with a chance in the next two campaigns to play frequently at the Bank for the Philadelphia Phillies if general manager Matt Klentak green-lights a promotion.   The Fountain of Youth:  When a person is in the early stages of […] Tomorrow’s Rookies for the Phillies -

Washington Nationals Scouting Report on OF Victor Robles
Washington Nationals outfielder Victor Robles was the “pop up” prospect of 2015 and followed up with a thoroughly impressive 2016. Could he push for a major league debut in 2017? Player Profile The Washington Nationals signed Victor Enrique (Brito) Robles out of the Dominican Republic in July of 2013 for “just” $225,000. Robles opened where […]

New York Yankees Open to Trading Rob Refsnyder
His future with the team looking bleak, the Yankees have reportedly let clubs know they are willing to trade utility man Rob Refsnyder. Not long ago, Rob Refsnyder seemed to be part of the New York Yankees‘ future plans, one way or another. He was ranked as high as the #7 prospect in the Yankees […] New York Yankees Open to Trading Rob Refsnyder -

Why the World Baseball Classic Makes MLB Spring Training Better
Many are big fans of the World Baseball Classic, which kicked off early Monday morning, but there are other things about the WBC that makes spring training great for the rest of MLB As a Braves fan, it has been difficult to find the team thus far in the spring, with just a pair of […] Why the World Baseball Classic Makes MLB Spring Training Better - ...

New York Yankees All-Time 25-Man Roster
We continue our series at Call to the Pen with the all-time 25-man roster for the New York Yankees. The New York Yankees may be the most illustrious franchise in all of sports. 27 World Championships. 40 American League Pennants. Countless players who have made multiple All-Star appearances, Hall of Famers and future Hall of […] New York Yankees All-Time 25-Man Roster -

MLBAM Hopes to Make Statcast Fun for Every Fan
Statcast is a tool that MLBAM hopes will create metrics every fan can enjoy. Baseball fans come in all shapes and sizes, from little kids who are just learning to love the game to older fans who have followed their favorite team for decades. When the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, multiple generations of […] MLBAM Hopes to Make Statcast Fun for Every Fan -

Kansas City Royals: Who Will Win the Second Base Competition?
Ned Yost has a decision to make regarding who will be the Royals starting second baseman. He has a few competitors vying for the position. With most of the lineup set, the Kansas City Royals main competition revolves around who gets the final infield spot next to Eric Hosmer, Alcides Escobar and Mike Moustakas. General manager […] Kansas City Royals: Who Wi...

Milwaukee Brewers: What to Expect From Keon Broxton?
The Milwaukee Brewers are still in the middle of their rebuild as we approach the 2017 season, but one player that could start turning some heads is outfielder Keon Broxton. Keon Broxton made his big league debut in 2015 with the Pirates but shed his rookie label last season with the Milwaukee Brewers. He was […] Milwaukee Brewers: What to Expect From Keon Broxton? -

Minnesota Twins History: Kirby Puckett Passes Away
Kirby Puckett was a Minnesota Twins legend whose career came to a sudden end. His life ended the same way, as he passed away on this day in 2006, just one day after suffering a stroke. When Kirby Puckett came up for the Minnesota Twins, he did not look like an emerging star. He did […] Minnesota Twins History: Kirby Puckett Passes Away -



 

 
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