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Detroit Tigers 2017 Team Preview
The Detroit Tigers had an eerily silent offseason in the hopes that the status quo is sufficient for one more playoff push. If you don’t remember much about the Detroit Tigers this offseason, you are not alone. The Tigers essentially stood pat, hoping that a core of star players has enough left in the tank […] Detroit Tigers 2017 Team Preview -

Philadelphia Phillies: Where Does Freddy Galvis Fit in with Team’s Future?
Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Freddy Galvis no longer seems like a core member of the franchise’s future. What should the Phillies do with him? Now that Ryan Howard is gone, the longest-tenured player on the Philadelphia Phillies is shortstop Freddy Galvis. It’s a tough fact to swallow. The roster is devoid of nostalgia as all 2008 […]

Washington Nationals Closer Remains Secret For Now
The Washington Nationals have picked their closer to start the season, but they’re staying mum on the decision for the time being. Who is the likeliest choice? It’s a question that has run rampant ever since Mark Melancon signed with the San Francisco Giants: Who will be the Washington Nationals‘ closer in 2017? Free agents, […] Washington Nationals Clo...

Chicago White Sox: Who Should Replace Carlos Rodon?
Here’s a look at who should replace the injured Carlos Rodon in the Chicago White Sox rotation to start the season. Despite being projected to finish last in the AL Central and committed to a full rebuild, the Chicago White Sox had a clear-cut five-man starting rotation. Even after trading ace Chris Sale to the […] Chicago White Sox: Who Should Replace Carlos Ro...

Detroit Tigers: Anibal Sanchez Complicating Fifth Starter Decision
Detroit Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez pitched six no-hit innings in his most recent Spring Training start. Not so long ago, it appeared that Detroit Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez might very well be headed for a bullpen job in 2017. After winning the AL ERA title in 2013 and having another nice campaign the following year, Sanchez […] Detroit Tigers: A...

College Baseball: Loyola Marymount Pitcher Throws Perfect Game Against BYU
Loyola Marymount pitcher, Cory Abbott, threw the first perfect game in school history on Saturday. Loyola Marymount is a small school in Los Angeles, California. They have fewer than 10,000 students, and their baseball team is not a powerhouse. As of March 23, Loyola Marymount only had an RPI of 96, the fourth best mark of […] College Baseball: Loyola...

Big Roster Test for Phillies GM
While spring stats count for some positions, MLB rules can force a general manager like Matt Klentak of the Philadelphia Phillies to make a decision that causes fans to shake their heads.   A Numerical Threesome: When it comes to logic, it mostly works if the thinker has all the facts because one unknown piece […] Big Roster Test for Phillies GM -

Houston Astros Rotation Still a Question Mark as Opening Day Approaches
All offseason there have been rumors surrounding the Houston Astros in the Jose Quintana sweepstakes, but as of right now it looks as the the Colombian left-hander is staying put in Chicago. With Collin McHugh set to open the season on the disabled list, who will fill out the rotation? The Houston Astros starting rotation […] Houston Astros Rotat...

Texas Rangers and Jonathan Lucroy Drop Extension Talks
New reports have surfaced that All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy and the Texas Rangers have dropped contract extension talks. According to Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jonathan Lucroy said that discussions with the Texas Rangers about a possible contract extension have been tabled. While it is unknown whether or not the sides will attempt […] Texas Ran...

Call To The Pen Writer’s Complete MLB Dynasty Draft
Contributors from the Call To The Pen website recently drafted an MLB dynasty fantasy league. How did each team do? While MLB fantasy drafts are in full swing this weekend in preparation for the open of the MLB season on Sunday, April 2nd’s triple header for opening day. Call To The Pen contributors came up […] Call To The Pen Writer’s Complete MLB Dynasty Draft...

Yoan Moncada’s Long Journey to Chicago and Extreme Love of Twinkies
If you are reading this, it’s highly unlikely that you haven’t heard at least something about Chicago White Sox prospect Yoan Moncada. If you haven’t then you may be in the wrong place. Just about everyone who even remotely follows the game of baseball has heard his name whether it was when the Boston Red Sox […] Yoan Moncada’s Long Jou...

Texas Rangers and Rougned Odor Agree to Extension
Rougned Odor and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a 6-year, $49.5 million contract extension. A great move for both sides–Odor gets a payday, and the Rangers lock down an emerging star. The Texas Rangers finally pulled through with a contract extension for emerging second baseman, Rougned Odor. The two sides have agreed upon a […] Texas Range...

Cleveland Indians History: Get These Snakes Off This Train
If someone was to have created ‘Snakes on a Plane’ in the 1940’s, it would have been ‘Snakes on a Train.’ That situation happened on this day in 1947, when Cleveland Indians infielder Jackie Price let two snakes free on the train the team was travelling in. Chances are, even if one has not seen […] Cleveland Indians History: Get These Snakes...



 

 
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