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Detroit Tigers: Miguel Cabrera Still Nursing Back Injury
Detroit Tigers All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera is still being held out of the lineup with a back injury he suffered during the World Baseball Classic. With Opening Day right around the corner, many are wondering about the status of Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera. During the World Baseball Classic, Cabrera suffered a back injury. […] Detroit Tigers: ...

Tampa Bay Rays Will Sign Derek Norris to One-Year Deal
The Tampa Bay Rays will have a new catcher behind the plate, and it’s Derek Norris. There was plenty of talk as to where Derek Norris may land. The Tampa Bay Rays were among those mentioned due to their current situation at catcher. Norris will now head to Tampa Bay to play catcher for the Rays […] Tampa Bay Rays Will Sign Derek Norris to One-Year Deal...

MLB Top Ten Shortstop Prospects for 2017
With the season just around the corner, who are the top 10 shortstop prospects in MLB? An Introduction These lists will be coordinated by Benjamin Chase, one of our MLB contributors at Call to the Pen. Ben reviewed each MLB organization’s top 10 prospects in November and December, then also reviewed the top 125 prospects […] MLB Top Ten Shortstop Prospects for 2017 -...

Chicago Cubs Rumors: Matt Szczur Trade Should Happen
Riding the waves of championship success, the Chicago Cubs have never felt better. However, the latest Chicago Cubs rumors seems to indicate an easy decision. Recent Chicago Cubs rumors have surfaced that the Atlanta Braves are interested in bringing in Cubs outfielder Matt Szczur. Per FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Atlanta Braves showed interest in […] Chicag...

Winners and Losers of the 2017 World Baseball Classic
While the United States took home the championship, many in the 2017 World Baseball Classic came out of the tournament for better or worse. After a roller coaster ride of excitement and heartbreak, the 2017 World Baseball Classic came to an end Wednesday night. Even after the United States shut out Puerto Rico in the […] Winners and Losers of the 2017 World Baseba...

Pittsburgh Pirates: Jung Ho Kang Reportedly Denied Visa to Enter U.S.
Infielder Jung Ho Kang might not play for the Pittsburgh Pirates this season after his visa request to enter the U.S. was reportedly denied. Jung Ho Kang‘s off-the-field woes continue, as the Pittsburgh Pirates infielder has reportedly been denied a visa to re-enter the United States. According to Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the […]

Dodgers Defeat Rangers 10-2: Kershaw K’s 11, Game Notes & Scouting Takeaways
Kershaw K’s 11, Utley and Segedin go deep en route to the Dodgers’ 10-2 victory over the Rangers on Thursday. This is the first of a six-part scouting series. In addition to this Dodgers game, I will be covering the following games: CWS@OAK (3/24), CLE@CWS (3/25), CIN@SEA (3/26), COL@TEX (3/27) and ARI@COL (3/19). Follow me […] Dodger...

Boston Red Sox 2017 Team Preview
The Boston Red Sox rebounded from a tough 2015 campaign to win the American League East in 2016. Will they be able to keep up their potent offense without David Ortiz? After fielding the best offense in baseball last season while David Ortiz enjoyed one of the most productive final seasons in MLB history, the Boston […] Boston Red Sox 2017 Team Preview -

New York Yankees: Jordan Montgomery Should be in Starting Rotation
The New York Yankees have a ton of questions in their starting rotation. One of the answers should be left-hander Jordan Montgomery The New York Yankees came into spring training with questions for the back half of their starting rotation. They were hoping that guys like Luis Cessa, Chad Green and Luis Severino would take […] New York Yankees: Jordan Montgomery Sho...

New York Yankees Have Their First Baseman of the Future in Greg Bird
Wednesday morning New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi confirmed something that every New York Yankees fan and most devoted baseball fans already knew. The new starting first baseman for the New York Yankees will be (again, no big surprise) Greg Bird. ESPN’s Andrew Marchand broke the news in the morning via Twitter and on ESPN.com: […] New York Yankees Have Their ...

Kansas City Royals: Five Potential Landing Spots for Mike Moustakas
The Kansas City Royals core four has grown up. They’re getting too expensive, and Mike Moustakas is not the favorite. The Kansas City Royals changed the way general managers approach the game. There is no denying that. Their back-to-back appearances in the World Series were a showcase of sorts, presenting to the rest of the […] Kansas City Royals: F...

Philadelphia Phillies Interested in Angel Pagan For Some Reason
The Philadelphia Phillies are a rebuilding team that has a habit of picking up flippable veterans during the offseason. The latest vet that they have been linked to is Angel Pagan. According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Philadelphia Phillies are showing interest in free agent outfielder Angel Pagan, and for the life of […] Philadelphia Phillies In...

Seattle Mariners First Baseman Dan Vogelbach Sent to Triple-A
The Seattle Mariners sent first baseman Dan Vogelbach to Triple-A to start the season, making Danny Valencia the full-time starter for now. In a surprise move, the Seattle Mariner sent first baseman Dan Vogelbach to Triple-A to start the year. Vogelbach was acquired by the Mariners in a trade with the Chicago Cubs last July […] Seattle Mariners First Baseman Da...

Detroit Tigers History: Willie Hernandez Acquired in Trade
Sometimes, a trade makes all the difference in the world. On this day in 1984, the Detroit Tigers acquired Willie Hernandez, who became an immediate star. Willie Hernandez was a solid reliever for the Phillies and Cubs. He had spent some time closing while in Chicago, and generally posted decent strikeout numbers. Yet, Hernandez was […] Detroit Tigers History: Wi...

MLB: Most Interesting Man in Baseball – Part II
Earlier this week we began the process to find the Most Interesting Man in Baseball. In Tuesday’s post, we laid out the criteria (have to be active, have to be a player, seeding based on Twitter followers) and met the cast of characters. For the uninitiated, we settled on eight modern baseball characters: The Cagey […] MLB: Most Interesting Man in Baseball – Part I...

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