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World Baseball Classic: A Pair of Eighth-Inning Home Runs Lead USA to Victory
Down 2-1 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Adam Jones hit a solo home run to tie the game and Eric Hosmer hit a two-run, game-winning homer for Team USA, setting them up nicely in Pool F action in the World Baseball Classic. The USA struggled with runners in scoring position all game, but […] World Baseball Classic: A Pair of Eighth-Inning...

Minnesota Twins: What if Last Year Was the Fluke?
The Minnesota Twins are showing that they have plenty of talent. While 2015 is considered to have been a fluke, last year may well have been the anomaly. The Minnesota Twins finished the 2015 season just out of the playoffs, in the race until the final weekend. The prevailing thought was they could make the […] Minnesota Twins: What if Last Year Was the Fluke? -

World Baseball Classic: Evaluating the Extra Innings Rule
Rob Manfred’s main concern has been to expedite games in order to keep them interesting and entertaining. A new extra innings rule being tested in the World Baseball Classic misses the mark. We have all read about the pitch clock and now the intentional walk rule. Joe Torre has approved for a change to take place in […] World Baseball Classic: Evaluating th...

Oakland Athletics in Desperate Shape
The Oakland Athletics organization has fallen, and they can’t get up, at least not in the short term. As recently as the 2014 season, the Oakland Athletics were legitimate contenders in the American League. The A’s finished 88-74 that season, good for second place in the AL West standings. The club had taken the division crown […] Oakland Athletics in Desperate Shape

Battle for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Lone Utility Spot
The Dodgers have decisions to make regarding their roster for the upcoming season and one of those decisions just became harder. The utility spot has become arguably the toughest to decide upon. One of the aspects the Los Angeles Dodgers, under Andrew Friedman’s regime, have emphasized is versatility on the field. Over the past two years they […] Battle for...

Philadelphia Phillies: Brock Stassi Making a Bid
The Philadelphia Phillies continue to provide opportunities for their prospects, and one in particular has stood out this spring. The Philadelphia Phillies have been giving  young prospects an opportunity to play over the last couple of seasons as their rebuilding program got underway. Those opportunities have continued this spring as some of the club’s top […] Phi...

MLB Team X-Factors for 2017, Part II: AL Central
We now stand less than three weeks away from Opening Day. Less than three weeks until you call out sick on that first glorious Monday to watch baseball from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. (or 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. if you’re one of those lucky West Coasters). On Tuesday, we began this journey by […] MLB Team X-Factors for 2017, Part II: AL Central -

World Baseball Classic: Israel Eliminated as Japan’s Streak Continunes
Embed from Getty Images After unprecedented success in Pool A, Team Israel was sent home as Japan and the Netherlands move on to the semifinals of the World Baseball Classic. Team Israel came up short, and their 8-3 loss to Japan eliminated them from the World Baseball Classic. As Kodai Senga held Israel to just […] World Baseball Classic: Israel Elimi...

Cardinals’ Jordan Schafer to Undergo Elbow Surgery, Out for Season
The St. Louis Cardinals’ Jordan Schafer experiment has officially ended. Thirty-year-old Jordan Schafer has had an injury-ridden and mediocre career over the past eight years, only six of which he played at the major league level. Still, the St. Louis Cardinals decided to give him a chance as a non-roster invitee to spring training. He’s spent […]

New York Mets 2017 Team Preview
Following back-to-back playoff appearances, the New York Mets are going into the 2017 season with hopes it will finally be the season that they are the ones hoisting the World Series trophy. With an arsenal of starting pitchers, and a lineup that could do some damage, it could be another year of October baseball for […] New York Mets 2017 Team Preview -

Boston Red Sox: One Flaw That Could Hurt Them in 2017
The Boston Red Sox have done an excellent job in recent years of developing hitters. Pitchers? Not so much. The Boston Red Sox have one of the most talented rosters in baseball. A lot of that has to do with their ability to develop position players. Dustin Pedroia came up through the system. Mookie Betts […] Boston Red Sox: One Flaw That Could Hurt Them in 2017...

A’s Introduce Lower Beer Prices, Other Changes for 2017
The Oakland Athletics’ new team president Dave Kaval has been making a concerted effort to help revive what has been, in recent years, a decidedly unhappy fan base. Since taking his new office in late 2016, Kaval has been dedicated to listening and communicating with all Oakland Athletics‘ fans, happy or not so much. He […] A’s Introduce Lower Beer Prices, Ot...

New York Yankees Rumors: Three Players That Could Get Dealt
The New York Yankees were very active this last season, dealing some great players to build a fantastic farm system. Now, which players are likely going to be dealt according to these Yankees rumors? The New York Yankees are undergoing a youth movement, in case you were unaware. Despite stating that the organization was not going […] New York Yankees Rumors: Three Pl...

Tampa Bay Rays Extend Kevin Kiermaier
The Tampa Bay Rays have locked up one of their own by giving outfielder Kevin Kiermaier a six year extension worth $50 million. The Tampa Bay Rays have been known to let go of players once the become too expensive. David Price, Carl Crawford, Melvin Upton Jr. are examples of that. They were able to […] Tampa Bay Rays Extend Kevin Kiermaier -

New York Mets’ Noah Syndergaard’s Mysterious Illness Revealed
New York Mets’  Noah Syndergaard has been pitching this spring. What you may not know is that the New York Mets‘ ace has been doing so while fighting a mysterious illness that multiple doctors couldn’t diagnose. That may seem odd because, quite frankly, it is! How can anyone, let alone a famous ballplayer, make several […] New York Mets...

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