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All-Time Top 100 Marlins: #28 Martin Prado
Martin Prado enters his third season as Miami’s regular starter at the hot corner. Throughout the 2016-17 offseason, Fish Stripes will be going back over the Top 100 Marlins of all time, from their inception as the Florida Marlins...

Orioles spring training: Jesus Liranzo is worthy of attention
If you’re struggling to get through the late innings of Orioles exhibition games, keep your eyes out for Jesus Liranzo. If you follow Orioles spring training just close enough, you’ll many times find storylines worth...

Red Sox over/under win total: 92.5
How does that sound? Just a couple weeks ago, Bovada released their World Series odds. On that list, the...

MLB to keep an eye on David Price’s wind up
Apparently, it’s not enough of a wind up. I’ve said a bunch of times that Pablo Sandoval is the most interesting player on the Red Sox this year and easily h...

2017 MLB Draft profile: Hunter Greene, RHP, Sherman Oaks, California
The ultra-athletic pitcher/shortstop has a chance to be the first high school right-hander ever drafted first-overall With the opening of the college and high school baseball campaigns, the 2017 MLB draft season has begun in earnest. Right now the top talent according to virtually ev...

Tampa Bay Rays News and Links - Some Guy Named Jake Bauers
Jake Bauers and the Rays have themselves a day, and a strong organization ranking News Yesterday afternoon the Rays had pretty the most lopsided victory one can fathom in baseball. They scored 19 runs on 23 hits (both team spring training records), with five home runs being...

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/29/17: Munenori Kawasaki, Petco Flood, and Child Heroes
Some fresh links to start off your day. Good morning everyone and happy Wednesday! There were a number of different things that happened yesterday, so let’s get to it. In Mariners news... Outside of yesterday’s game, t...

Joe Blanton - the needed arm
We've talked about this earlier. The Nats pen had lost a lot of innings pitched - some good Rivero/Melancon (79.1), Belisle (46), Rzep (11.2), some not so good Petit (62), Papelbon (35), but a lot of innings nonetheless. Knowing this, the Nats made some efforts to get a lights out closer, first trying to re-sign Melancon, then going after Jansen. They failed at both. That happens, but what happened next was unexpected. Unable to solve the problem of lost innings with the preferred ...

JPEG of the Year: Final For
This won is four all the marbles! So here you go. These are the four best JPEGs of the 2016 season. We are gonna run this in an English-style run-off kind of election. All four will be up for the vote in this round with the top two vote-getters running off for the final. Vote for the one you think i...

Wood, Finished as a Pitcher, Still Contributed to Indians’ Success
In 1916, new Indians owner Jim Dunn made a splashy signing, buying Tris Speaker’s contract from the Red Sox for $70,000 – then the highest price ever paid for a major league ballplayer. A hundred years ago, Dunn, with Speaker’s ... Read More

Phillies 2017: Five Key Developing Players
As the Philadelphia Phillies continue to build back towards competitiveness, the development of a handful of their best youngsters is key to 2017 success. The Philadelphia Phillies have spent the last two to three years rebuilding the farm system, and introducing youngsters into both the lineup and pitching staff. This upcoming season should prove to be […] Phillies 2017: Fi...

New York Yankees: Options for the Back-End of the Rotation
The New York Yankees underwent a tremendous rebuild last season that saw them bring in a multitude of young talent. However, with that youth alongside some free agent signings, the Yankees still have some questions regarding their rotation. The New York Yankees have turned themselves around from one of the oldest teams into one of […] New York Yankees: Options...

So You Think You Know The Mets: The All-Amazin Team
In 2012, the New York Mets announced their 50th Anniversary All Time Team. But 10 years earlier in 2002, the Mets celebrated their 40th Anniversary by naming the All-Amazin’ Team and that’s the focus of this weeks Trivia Challenge. So forget David Wright and Jose Reyes, and go back 15 years and see if you can […]

Wake Up and Watch Albert Almora and Munenori Kawasaki Dazzle on Defense
I cannot get enough of watching Albert Almora in center field. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

2017 Phillies Player Preview: It’s Tommy Joseph’s time now
It’s a new beginning for the Phillies first baseman, and for the Phillies at first base. Ryan Howard cast a big shadow. Not just with his dominating presence, powerful home runs, massiv...

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