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While the Brewers are beginning a rebuilding process, it won't be as extreme as other rebuilds have been. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned. Coming out of the trade deadline, it has been ugly on the field for the Brewers....

The Cincinnati Reds picked up a new Advanced-A affiliate for the 2015 season when they moved from the California League where they were with the Bakersfield Blaze to the Florida State League where they joined up with the Daytona Tortugas. For me, ...

The move to obtain Yoenis Cespedes to bolster the (deservedly) maligned Met offense has signaled an important shift in the thinking of the club’s front office. Following a string of losing seasons rivaled only by the desultory performance of...

Today's links look at the benefits of being bad, how to improve financial decisions, and the next moves following Larry Lucchino's departure. Xander Bogaerts is taking advantage of his RBI situations this season. (

I know the Blue Jays traded some good prospects. I know it is a risk. I just don't care. I was trying to figure out the last time I felt like this. Not as a baseball fan, but as a sports fan. Having a team going for it in the middle of the...

Despite blowing another save on Sunday afternoon the Marlins are sticking with A.J. Ramos as their closer moving forward. Plus links on Brad Hand, Marcell Ozuna, and more. Marlins News

After getting off to an early lead, the Orioles never looked back. Tyler Wilson pitched a great game and the offense was everything it needed to be and more. This was the kind of game the Orioles needed to start...

Despite trading some of their best players at the trade deadline, the Tigers are still very much in a playoff race. David Price is gone.

I'm slow with the 'View from the Other Side' this week, in part because I forgot about the early game on the holiday Monday.But better late than never, here are some questions and answers with Jesse Lund of Twinkie Town, SB Nations Min...

Catch up on all of the Mets prospects in yesterday’s minor league action! *All results from games played on Monday, August 3, 2015 Triple-A - Las Vegas 51s (61-49)_______________________________________ LAS VEG...


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It’s Time to Start Learning About Yandy Diaz
The Indians may have something special brewing at third base in Akron. Third base may be one of the shallowest positions through the Indians minor league system. They currently have Giovanny Urshela manning the hot corner, with Lonnie Chisenhall...

An MMO Original: Ultimately, Wither Wilmer?
By virtue of his tearful response to the rumored report of his services being dispatched to Milwaukee as part of the return in the scuttled Carlos Gomez deal, Wilmer Flores has become a fan and media darling. Every at-bat since that fateful night ...

An MMO Original: A Mets Well-Armed Attack Is Looming
Wanna know how to make a statement? Reclaim the division lead in four short days via the long ball, defense, excellent starting pitching, and perhaps the wildest 11th hour trade deadline activity since the last time the Mets made it to the Series ...

Impatience at its Finest
The sports media gives most Met fans a prefix in front of their name, “long-suffering”. Sounds pretty familiar doesn’t it? Read any newspaper, listen to any 24 hour sports talk station and you will hear that phrase used. The buil...

OK, I’ll Admit: A.J. Pierzynski Did Something Awesome by Framing a Bouncing Pitch (VIDEO)
Framing a pitch that bounced five feet in front of the plate? Yes, that's fun to watch no matter what. [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 ...

How to Excel in Your Office Football Survivor Pool
Fists pumping into the air as the triumph of slaughtering all your opponents into oblivion in your annual office football survivor pool, while maybe also bringing home a little extra scratch is the wisp of the dream that is starting to rekindle i...

NL Notes: Phillies, Cosart, Latos, Moss
The Phillies finally moved star lefty Cole Hamels at the trade deadline, ending a long saga in which the organization was often criticized for waiting to act. But as MLB.com’s Todd Zolecki reports, Philadelphia’s front office feels t...

NL Outfield Tiered Rankings: August
Edit (12:59 pm EDT): Left out a bunch of dudes (Cespedes, Pederson, Moss) and wrongly included a bunch of dudes (Gomez, Revere). I basically I forgot all about the trade deadline, so if notice another name omitted, leave it in the comments. Thanks...

8/4 to 8/6 Series Preview: Boston Red Sox
The “best” of Hanley Ramirez in left field (AKA, why someone with .261/.305/.474, 19 HR, 46 RBI has -0.8 WAR) #RedSox pic.twitter.com/Yf0hr4gDZV — Joon Lee (@iamjoonlee) July 22, 2015 Home sweet home. The Yankees are back in the Bro...

Blog Kiosk: 8/4/2015 - Dodger Links - Kershaw, Pederson and Jim Johnson
Congrats, Clayton!  Via

Is Pete Mackanin earning a look as the Phils' next manager?
Is the Phillies' interim manager making a case to be kept on after this season? Hey, it's been a fun couple weeks to watch the hometown baseball team, huh? Yeah, this Phillies team has been something e...

Chad Bettis: (Elbow) Will Throw Bullpen Session Tuesday
Chad Bettis: Bettis (elbow) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Tuesday, the Associated Press reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

A.J. Ellis: (Knee) Reinstated From DL
A.J. Ellis: Ellis (knee) has been reinstated from the 15-day DL. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Austin Barnes: Optioned To Triple-A
Austin Barnes: Barnes was optioned back to Triple-A on Tuesday. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

TCB Astros Pitcher of the Week: Week of July 29-August 3, 2015
Does Scott Kazmir actually allow runs? Honorable Mention Dallas Keuchel Keuchel definitely rebounded from his last start by going six strong, allowing two...

Here's what to watch for in Jon Gray's debut
Jon Gray makes his MLB debut tonight. Here is a guide on what to watch for. Today, my good friends, is Jon Gray day.

Jon Gray makes his long-awaited debut, but it's important not to read too much into one outing
With Rockies top prospect Jon Gray set to make his debut, it's important not to lose sight of the fact that his performance tonight isn't indicative of future play. Jon Gray's long-anticipated debut comes ...

Miami Marlins' Brad Hand will start against Mets
The 25-year old lefty is out of options and receiving an opportunity to start with the Marlins. Brad Hand is receiving another opportunity to start for the

The Giants' post-World Series second base curse
It goes back further than you know Joe Panik went on the DL with a back injury yesterday, so Giants fans everywhere im...

SF Giants Minor Lines, 8/3/15
One of these games is not like the others, one of these games just doesn't belong. In the second inning of yesterday's Augusta-Lexington game, Dylan Davis hit his second HR of the game to make the score 7-4. The night was just beginning, ...


 
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