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Fantasy Baseball: National League LABR Auction Recap
Following up on our coverage of the AL version of fantasy baseball’s highest profile auction, here’s how the NL LABR version broke down. One night after the League of Alternative Baseball Reality (LABR) held its annual American League draft, it was the National League’s turn to take the fantasy baseball spotlight. The rules are the […] Fantasy Baseball...

The World Baseball Classic Is Better Than Ever and Here to Stay
The World Baseball Classic has grown since the first tournament in 2006. With the revenue it generates and its global reach, it is here to stay. The World Baseball Classic began this week, right in the thick of Major League Baseball’s Spring Training schedule. MLB fans checking out games in Florida and Arizona may be […] The World Baseball Classic ...

Fantasy Baseball: American League LABR Auction Recap
The fantasy baseball industry’s highest-profile expert leagues drafted this past weekend. Here’s how the AL LABR auction broke down. Arguably the most famous expert fantasy baseball league(s), the League of Alternative Baseball Reality (LABR), held their annual auction drafts this past weekend in Phoenix. Now in its 24th year, LABR has set the standard by […]

ESPN’s Beisbol Life to Honor Impact of Latin American Players
ESPN will celebrate the variety of ways Latin American baseball players contribute to Major League Baseball with Beisbol Life. It’s been 70 years since Major League Baseball was essentially an all-white sport. In the decades since Jackie Robinson broke the modern color barrier in 1947, the demographics of Major League Baseball have shifted dramatically. For […]

Travis d’Arnaud: The Mets’ Difference-Maker in 2017
If the New York Mets want to compete with the Nationals for the NL East title, they’ll need production from their entire roster. Catcher Travis d’Arnaud needs to step up this season for the club. The New York Mets reached the postseason in both 2015 and 2016. In 2015, they fell short to the Kansas City […] Travis d’Arnaud: The Mets’ Difference-Maker i...

World Baseball Classic Day 1: Israel Jumps Ahead in Pool A
Embed from Getty Images It’s here! The 2017 World Baseball Classic begins with Israel defying the odds and besting two of toughest teams in Pool A. In their first-ever World Baseball Classic, Israel defeated a pair of top-five ranked countries according to the World Baseball Softball Confederation and stand 2-0 in Pool A. Just over 12 hours […] World Baseb...

Los Angeles Angels Encouraged by Garrett Richards’ Strong Spring Debut
With a strong spring debut, Los Angeles Angels ace Garrett Richards appears to be fully recovered from an elbow injury he suffered last season. Weakened by the departure of Jered Weaver, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are counting on the recovering Garrett Richards to round out their rotation in 2017. After his injury-shorted 2016 season, […] Los Angeles A...

Let’s Find the Next Brian Dozier
With Minnesota Twins MLB All-Star, Brian Dozier, coming off one of the more impressive power surges in recent memory, let’s take a look at which young MLB player may follow next. In 2016, Brian Dozier was a really good MLB player. That’s not all that interesting. You already knew that. In fact Dozier has always been […] Let’s Find the Next Brian Dozier -

MLB: Stars Trying to Make Their First All-Star Game
The Mid-Summer Classic in 2017 will have stars from all MLB teams descending upon Miami. There will be many firsts in this edition of the game. It will be the first time that the game comes to the city of Miami. It will be the first time that the game doesn’t (thankfully) decide home-field advantage […] MLB: Stars Trying to Make Their First All-Star Game -

Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista Expectations for 2017
Despite his age and the expected decline, expectations for Jose Bautista in 2017 are very high as the Toronto Blue Jays’ slugger tries to validate his new contract. When the 2017 MLB season begins, Jose Bautista will be right where he belongs: in the middle of the Toronto Blue Jays lineup. The 36-year-old slugger nearly […] Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista Expec...

Yasiel Puig’s Bat Flip is Back!
Yasiel Puig is easily one of the most polarizing players in all of baseball. Whether you love him or hate him he has consistently been in the headlines. One of the signature characteristics of Yasiel Puig is his coveted bat flip. Ah, spring is in the air. Despite the first official day of spring not […] Yasiel Puig’s Bat Flip is Back! -

MLB History: Pitching Rubber Moved to Current Distance
There are certain distances that are universal when it comes to baseball. We know the distance between the bases is 90 feet, and the pitching rubber is 60’6″ from home. That latter distance was one of the two rules instituted on this day in 1893. Prior to 1892, the pitcher’s box, as it was called […] MLB History: Pitching Rubber Moved to Current Dis...



 

 
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