Miguel Cabrera is a shoe in for Cooperstown

May 21, 2015

  By DaVince “Dino” Wright Some feats seem as if they’re simply a function of time. Great players play, they achieve great things, and some achievements come and go as a player passes them en route […]

Dodger’s Ryu to Undergo Shoulder Surgery

May 21, 2015

By Michael Hanley The Dodgers received bad news on the pitching front, as they will be without one of their starters for even longer. Los Angeles starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu will be undergoing shoulder surgery […]

Marlins Make Mistake With New Managerial Hire

May 19, 2015

By Michael Hanley The Miami Marlins latest victim, a.k.a new manager, is one that is if nothing else is a bizarre and whacky choice for this team. The Marlins announced today that they are hiring their […]

Mike Scioscia unhappy with Josh Hamilton

April 30, 2015

By Michael Hanley In this parting of ways between the Angels and Josh Hamilton, some one was bound to have their feelings hurt. Angel’s manager Mike Scioscia has come out and expressed disappointment in the […]

Jenrry Mejia’s Future with Mets in Doubt

April 15, 2015

By Michael Hanley Jenrry Mejia’s career as a Met is very much a mystery after his 80 game suspension. After Major League Baseball nailed Mejia for taking and using a performance enhancing drug and suspending […]

The 2015 Texas Rangers season begins

April 6, 2015

By Lew Patton Finally, it’s time for baseball. Time to get in the rhythm of checking box scores, watching games, and hanging out at the ballpark. It doesn’t get better than this. Baseball is back […]

2015 National League East Preview

April 4, 2015

By Patrick Malone  ZiPS Projections Courtesy of Dan Szymborski 2015 NL East Preview America’s past time is quickly approaching and it’s that time again to pick the winners and place the rest of the teams […]

American League East Preview

April 1, 2015

By Lance Rinker The American League East has long been one of the more dominant divisions in all of baseball, with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox largely dominating the sport for nearly […]

2015 American League West Preview

March 30, 2015

By Lew Patton The American League West is a fickle division. On any given day, a team within the division may look to be of World Series quality, and then the next day, you wonder […]

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