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Money-Year Phillies
Because performance and the market determine finances, players looking for more than a one-season contract must impress general managers like Matt Klentak of the Philadelphia Phillies.   Currency Crossroads:  Some occupations depending on accomplishments do not have value-oriented dollars; they rely on negotiations for their compensation. When 2017 ends, GMs will bargain with two types […] M...

World Baseball Classic 2017: Team USA May Have Their Best Chance Yet
The 2017 World Baseball Classic is underway, and the Americans may be fielding their best team yet. The WBC is now underway for the fourth time. What has become the premier international baseball competition has already included drama in opening pool play games of the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Team USA won their opening game […] World Baseball Cla...

Baltimore Orioles Sign Pedro Alvarez to Minor League Deal
Pedro Alvarez has re-upped with the Baltimore Orioles on a minor league deal, and he’ll also be making a switch to the outfield. Veteran slugger Pedro Alvarez has reportedly agreed to a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. The deal will pay him $2 million, plus another […] Baltimore Orioles Sign Pedro A...

Toronto Blue Jays: Marcus Stroman Is Ready to Be an Ace
After a rough first full season at the major league level, Toronto Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman has his injuries behind him and a bright future ahead. The Toronto Blue Jays boasted one of the top rotations in baseball just a season ago, topping the American League in ERA, opponent’s batting average and innings pitched. […] Toronto Blue Jays: Marcus Stroman Is Ready...

San Francisco Giants 2017 Team Preview
The San Francisco Giants’ even-year magic ended in 2016 with a deflating ninth-inning collapse against the Chicago Cubs in Game 4 of the NLDS. Let’s take a look at what’s in store for the Giants in 2017. It was a tale of two halves for the Giants in 2016. Before the All-Star break, the Giants […] San Francisco Giants 2017 Team Preview -

Diamondbacks: Zack Greinke’s Spring Should Be a Cause for Pause
It’s no secret that Zack Greinke was a $206.5 million disaster for the Diamondbacks in 2016. With his slow start this spring, is he headed for another down year? Up until last season, Zack Greinke was regarded as one of the best pitchers in all of baseball. That rang true, especially from 2013-2015, when he pitched […] Diamondbacks: Zack GreinkeR...

Philadelphia Phillies: Matt Stairs Priming Maikel Franco for Breakout Year
Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco was a hot name in fantasy baseball circles at this time last year with all of the home run power that he was putting on display. This season we could see the breakout we’ve been waiting for. Last season in his first full year with the Philadelphia Phillies, Maikel […] Philadelphia Phillies: Ma...

Philadelphia Phillies: Taking A Look At Who’s Hot And Who’s Cold So Far
The Philadelphia Phillies have played 15 spring training games, going 6-7 with 2 games ending in a tie. Let’s take a look at their hottest and coldest performers so far. It’s been an exciting start to spring training for the Philadelphia Phillies, who have averaged more than 5 runs per game through their first 15 contests. As […] Philadelphia Phil...

Texas Rangers: Still Searching for 5th Starter
The Texas Rangers are in need of a 5th starter for the upcoming season due to the recent setbacks of off season additions Andrew Cashner and Tyson Ross. The Texas Rangers were looking to bolster their 2017 push for yet another AL West title when they signed both Tyson Ross and Andrew Cashner this past […] Texas Rangers: Still Searching for 5th Starter -

World Baseball Classic Day 5: Japan Undefeated, USA Walk-Off, Puerto Rico Powerhouse
An epic walk-off and offensive showcase highlight the fifth day of the World Baseball Classic. Beginning another exciting in the World Baseball Classic, Pool B MVP Yoshitomo Tsutsugoh helped Japan complete their pool-play sweep with a 7-1 victory over China. Once the dust of the pitcher’s duel between Chris Archer and Jose Quintana settled, the USA came from behind Colombia to win […]

San Diego Padres History: Petco Park Opens to Record College Baseball Crowd
On this day in 2004, Petco Park opened its doors for its first baseball game, a collegiate clash between San Diego State and the University of Houston. An NCAA record crowd filled the San Diego Padres’ new home for the event. The opening of a new major league ballpark is always a special event. The […] San Diego Padres History: Petco Par...


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