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Boston Red Sox: Steven Wright Impressing This Spring
After making the All Star Game last year, Steven Wright was a forgotten man on the Boston Red Sox. The way he is pitching in Spring Training is changing that. The Boston Red Sox starting rotation is deep heading into 2017 with the likes of All-Stars Chris Sale and David Price, along with 2016 Cy […] Boston Red Sox: Steven Wright Impressing This Spring -

Cleveland Indians: Cody Anderson to Have Tommy John Surgery
Cody Anderson hoped to provide bullpen depth and rotation insurance for the Cleveland Indians in 2017, but he needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the season. The Cleveland Indians received awful news on right-handed pitcher Cody Anderson on Monday. According to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com, Anderson received a second opinion on his right elbow […] Cleveland I...

MLB Reportedly Wants to Crack Down on DL Manipulation
The new 10-day disabled list could make it easier for MLB teams to manipulate their roster structure, but the league office may be implementing new policies to monitor players placed on the DL. Like most professions, MLB teams often find themselves looking to maximize efficiency even when available resources are tight. With the disabled list always […] MLB Reportedly Wants ...

MLB: Two 26-Year-Old Superstars – Who Would You Rather Have?
Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. Who would you rather have? It’s a question that MLB GMs have already started dreaming about for after the 2018 season. Seismic changes could happen across the MLB landscape in the winter of 2018 as two 26-year-old superstars could hit the open market, and a number of teams look to have […] MLB: Two 26-Year-Old Superstars – Wh...

World Baseball Classic: Chris Archer’s Time With Team USA Comes to a Close
For every player in the World Baseball Classic, the time to return to their major league teams is inevitable. For Chris Archer, his time to rejoin the Tampa Bay Rays came sooner than most of his USA teammates. On Sunday, Chris Archer tweeted that after his tournament-opening appearance in the World Baseball Classic, his time […] World Baseball C...

MLB: Top Free Agent Signings That Don’t Fit With Their New Teams
Every MLB offseason, there are a handful of free agent signings that don’t make a whole lot of sense.  Sometimes, it can be difficult for fans to understand the mindset of a team’s front office. On several occasions, even analysts fail to comprehend the rationale behind a team’s decision making. This offseason, we witnessed more than a […]

Philadelphia Phillies Opening Day Roster Prediction
The Philadelphia Phillies are preparing for what should be an interesting 2017 season of transition for their roster. Club management with the Philadelphia Phillies, itself the object of much change, has spent the past couple of years shaping the organizational talent for the future. Some of that young talent has already reached the big leagues. This is […] Philad...

Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton, King of Exit Velocity
With his latest monster home run on Saturday night at the World Baseball Classic, Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton added to his growing resume of hitting baseballs hard… and far. Giancarlo Stanton is a professional man. On Saturday night, in the United States’ 6-3 win over the Dominican Republic, Stanton connected and produced one of […] Miami M...

Pittsburgh Pirates 2017 Team Preview
After a very disappointing 2016, the Pittsburgh Pirates are hoping to return to playoff contention with bounce-back seasons from Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole. Coming off three straight years of postseason play, the Pittsburgh Pirates had a very disappointing 2016 season, as they dropped below .500 for the first time since 2012. Their biggest issue […] Pittsburgh Pirates 2017 T...

Toronto Blue Jays: Staff Ace to Make League Minimum in 2017
One of the American League’s best pitchers from 2016 isn’t set to be compensated as such by the Toronto Blue Jays this season. Is that a problem? Draft picks that pan out in Major League Baseball turn into esteemed prospects within their respective organization. Any upper level MLB front office executive will tell you there’s […] Toronto Blue Jays...

San Diego Padres and the Worst Rotation in Baseball
Under the leadership of General Manager, A.J. Preller the strategic changes the San Diego Padres organization have made have always shown commitment. Whether it was “Prellerpalooza” ahead of the 2015 season, the prospect haul of the 2016 season, or aggressively exceeding the international budget for players, the San Diego Padres under Preller have always had […] San Dieg...

Colorado Rockies Scouting Report on SS Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers may be the next in a long line of excellent Colorado Rockies power-hitting shortstops. Player Profile The Colorado Rockies drafted Brendan Austin Rodgers with the 3rd overall selection in the 2015 draft. With a trio of elite shortstops available at the top of the 2015 draft, and many thought Rodgers had the most […] Colorado Rockies Scouting Report o...

Cleveland Indians: Second Base Options to Consider with Jason Kipnis Injured
Jason Kipnis is going to be out of the Cleveland Indians lineup for the next four to five weeks. What can they do to replace him? One big part of the Cleveland Indians lineup won’t be there when they begin to defend their American League crown and attempt to finish the job this year after […] Cleveland Indians: Second Base Options to Consider w...

San Francisco Giants Closer Mark Melancon To Join Team USA For WBC Semifinal
Team USA is on their way to the Semifinal round of the WBC, and will be facing Team Japan on Tuesday. The U.S. bullpen will be looking tough, as San Francisco Giants newcomer Mark Melancon has joined the team. It looks like Team USA will now feature three members of the San Francisco Giants squad. Melancon will […] San Francisco Giants Closer Mark Melan...

MLB Hall of Fame History: Roberto Clemente First Hispanic Player Inducted
The sudden and tragic passing of Roberto Clemente in an airplane crash on New Year’s Eve in 1972 shook the baseball world. On this day in 1973, the Pittsburgh Pirates legend became the first Hispanic player to be inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame. There was no question that Roberto Clemente would end up […] MLB Hall of Fame History: Roberto ...



 

 
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