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Milwaukee Brewers: Lewis Brinson Knocking on the Door
The Milwaukee Brewers’ top prospect may force the club to make room in the starting outfield sooner than expected. The Milwaukee Brewers finished 16 games below the .500 mark in the 2016 season. That record left them a distant 30.5 games behind the NL Central champion Chicago Cubs. Even the National League Wild Card spots […] Milwaukee Brewers: Lewis Brinson Knockin...

Houston Astros: Ideal Leadoff Hitter Jose Altuve Has Outgrown the Role
Former Houston Astros leadoff hitter Jose Altuve could still be one of the best for the job. However, his role in Houston has become even more important. Few, if any, players in MLB right now look as ideal for the leadoff hitter role than Jose Altuve. The Houston Astros second baseman has led the league […] Houston Astros: Ideal Leadoff Hitter Jose Altuve ...

Miami Marlins 2017 Team Preview
After the death of Jose Fernandez, can an up-and-coming Miami Marlins team make a splash in 2017? If so, their pitching needs to help out their young studs. Last season, the Miami Marlins were hoping for a breakout season in 2016. Unfortunately, the season ended in tragedy with the passing of ace and franchise cornerstone […] Miami Marlins 2017 Team Preview -

Colorado Rockies: Antonio Senzatela Making Noise in Rotation Battle
As the Colorado Rockies try to figure out the bottom of their 2017 rotation, 22-year-old Antonio Senzatela is demanding consideration. A team that has traditionally struggled to put together an effective rotation, the Colorado Rockies will welcome any positive developments they see in their staff. 22-year-old Antonio Senzatela is certainly giving them something to chew on […]

Chicago White Sox: Tim Anderson’s Stolen Bases Must Return in 2017
Where have Tim Anderson’s stolen bases gone? The Chicago White Sox sophomore must find his speed again for a successful 2017 season. The Chicago White Sox will probably see their 2017 season end after 162 games. Of all the teams in baseball, few are trying harder to lose than they are. This doesn’t mean they […] Chicago White Sox: Tim Anderso...

World Baseball Classic 2017: Who Cares? Everyone Else.
The Dominican Republic’s come-from-behind victory over the U.S. in the World Baseball Classic game in Miami last week created a buzz from hardcore baseball fans throughout the world and was met with a collective shrug from baseball’s traditional American fan base. Why does the WBC mean more outside the United States than inside? Marlins Park […] World Ba...

San Diego Padres Scouting Report on RHP Anderson Espinoza
The San Diego Padres acquired Anderson Espinoza in a mid-season trade. What can he do in his first full season in the organization? Player Profile The San Diego Padres traded for Espinoza this summer from the Boston Red Sox. Boston signed Anderson Jose (Dominguez) Espinoza from Venzuela as part of their big 2014 July 2 […] San Diego Padres Scouting Report on R...

World Baseball Classic: Tetsuto Yamada’s Two-Homer Game Fuels Japan to Victory
Embed from Getty Images Two-time World Baseball Classic champions Japan take the lead in Pool E after rallying to victory over Cuba. After tying the game three different times, Japan rallied in the eighth to beat Cuba 8-5. Thanks to the clutch hitting of Tetsuto Yamada, who went 3-for-4 with four runs and 3 RBI, Japan […] World Baseball Clas...

Kansas City Royals: A Fire Sale May Be Looming
If the Kansas City Royals aren’t hitting their stride by midseason, it doesn’t look like GM Dayton Moore will wait to see if things turn around. Oh, how the mighty have fallen. It seemed like just yesterday the Kansas City Royals were on a potential dynasty run, reaching the World Series in back-to-back seasons and […] Kansas City Royals: A Fire Sale May Be Looming

World Baseball Classic: Miguel Cabrera’s Homer Seals Victory for Venezuela
Embed from Getty Images After holding off elimination against Mexico, Venezuela advanced to the second round of the World Baseball Classic with their late-game victory over Italy. Even though Team Italy came three outs away from advancing to the second round of the World Baseball Classic, the Venezuelans rallied in the ninth inning to eventually […]

San Diego Padres Sign Cuban Pitcher Osvaldo Hernandez
The San Diego Padres have made yet another addition, as they have inked the Cuban lefty Osvaldo Hernandez to a deal. With just a few weeks until opening day, the San Diego Padres are clearly not wasting any time this offseason. According to Jorge Ebro of El Nuevo Herald, the team has signed Cuban pitching prospect […] San Diego Padres Sign Cuban Pitcher Osvaldo H...

MLB: Ranking the Top 30 Catchers Going into 2017
In the first segment of the 2017 MLB positional rankings, we take a look at how the league’s catchers stack up prior to opening day. Overall, the catching position has not been where you find MLB’s best players, and this year is no different. Yes, there are still a couple of up and comers that […] MLB: Ranking the Top 30 Catchers Going into 2017 -

New York Yankees: Getting With the Times
Times are changing and maybe the New York Yankees’ facial hair policy should be considered for change as well. In 2016 former Yankee great, Don Mattingly, introduced the no facial hair policy to the Miami Marlins. Unfortunately for Marlins fans, the addition of the facial hair ban did not bring about the record that was achieved […] New York Yankees: Getting With the Times - ...

Cincinnati Reds: Is the Rotation in Trouble?
The Cincinnati Reds have mounting starting rotation injuries. Are they already in trouble? The Cincinnati Reds aren’t expected to contend this year in the National League Central. Heck, they might even get the number one pick in the 2018 MLB Draft.  One part of the squad that’s going to be really weak this year is […] Cincinnati Reds: Is the Rotation in Trouble? -

MLB History: Ban on Black Players Voted Down
Before the unspoken decision to ban black players from being a part of MLB teams, an attempt was made to make that a rule. On this day in 1883, the Peoria Reds of the Northwest League attempted to make that ban an official rule. While Jackie Robinson is famous for breaking the MLB color barrier, […] MLB History: Ban on Black Players Voted Down -



 

 
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