MLB 

ALDS Preview: Red Sox vs Indians

The Cleveland Indians have waited seven years for this postseason rematch with the Boston Red Sox. Back in 2007, the Indians held a 3-1 series lead in the ALCS, but Boston stormed back and went on to win the World Series. Now, we get a rematch with two highly powered offenses. The Red Sox offense was the best in baseball... Read More
MLB Orioles 

Five bold American League predictions

The 2016 Major League Baseball is less than a week away. There were many happenings in the offseason where a bunch of money was spent on coveted free agents. Which free agent signings will prove to be the most valuable? Time will tell on that question, but until then, I will give you my five bold predictions for the American... Read More
MLB Orioles 

The Top 10 starting pitchers in the American League

By Eddie McDonald Spring is right around the corner which means baseball season is right around the corner. Today marked a day baseball fans everywhere were looking forward to as pitchers and catcher started reporting to their respective camps for the initial stages of spring training. Within a week the rest of the teams will join the pitchers and catchers... Read More
MLB 

Notable MLB offseason signings and acquisitions

The MLB hot stove is heating up this offseason as some teams have signed or traded for some elite talent. We’ve seen players leave teams for divisional rivals as well as some very interesting trades. For the teams that have been less fortunate than other this offseason, don’t worry, there is still some quality talent out there. Cubs land Heyward,... Read More
MLB 

The Winners of the MLB Trade Deadline

The MLB trade deadline has once again come and gone, but not without a flurry of moves being made. Some teams who are right in the thick of things enhanced themselves, while others simply did not make the necessary moves that will land them one step closer to the ultimate prize in the game: a World Series ring. Let’s take... Read More
MLB 

AL Central Update 8/11-8/18

On Thursday July 31st, the Detroit Tigers roster looked invincible. They had just acquired Tampa Bay’s ace David Price and were easily in control of the American League Central. Experts were pegging them as serious World Series contenders with a pitching staff made of three aces (Price, Max Scherzer, and Justin Verlander) and a batting order fueled by right and... Read More
MLB Nationals 

Winners in the Trading Game?

With the trade deadline looming on Thursday and a tight race for the division, the Nationals needed to make some noise in the trade market. While the Nationals have a relatively deep roster, they had serious needs at second and third base. Ryan Zimmerman is out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury, forcing Anthony Rendon to... Read More
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