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By Clayton Richer On Monday, January 15th, 2018

Top MLB free-agents still looking for new homes

The MLB season is nearly on the horizon and many of the offseason’s prized free agents are still searching for a place to call home in 2018 and beyond. The likes of Yu Darvish, Lorenzo Cain, and J.D. Martinez More...

Kyle Schwarber
By Drew Tanguay On Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Transformation of the Leadoff Hitter

When you think of the traditional leadoff hitter, you think of the fastest player on the team who will hopefully get on base, then swipe 2nd to get into scoring position to begin the game. That was the case in More...

By Nick Rutkowski On Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Vol. 5: AL Central Weekly Wrap-Up

Another week has passed in Major League Baseball and we have a new leader in the division.  Over the last week the Kansas City Royals played their way to a division lead, and if the season had ended before games More...

By Douglas Fox On Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Opening Day Preview: Cleveland Indians

If baseball is indeed 75% pitching, then the Cleveland Indians have a decent shot at the post season in 2015 – it’s the remaining quarter that has their fans worried. The Indians promise to bring fans More...

By Brendan Panikkar On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Top 10: First Basemen In Baseball

Baseball Hot Corner is about to wrap up the Top 10 feature. First base is one of the most star studded positions in baseball. There is a ton of talent at first base, mainly from an offensive standpoint. It is rare More...

Miguel Cabrera
By Jon Erkkila On Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Miguel Cabrera: April’s Thud Will Bring Summer’s Stud

“The only true wisdom is knowing you know nothing.”—Socrates Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers hasn’t hit a ton…yet. Defining a “slow start” in MLB is really in the eye of the beholder More...

Yadier Molina
By Thom Cunningham On Monday, December 9th, 2013

Hot Corner Positional Rankings: Catchers

These are the 2013 Baseball Hot Corner positional rankings for qualified catchers. All end of season positional rankings are for qualified players only. Rankings are determined based off of a player’s end More...

Silver Slugger
By Paul Jack On Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Why The AL Silver Slugger Awards Got One Wrong

Ok ladies and gentlemen, time to talk about what we all like about baseball.  MASHERS!!  We don’t care about walks, we don’t care about stolen bases, we want to see a large man with a bat knock one out of More...

Danny Salazar
By Brendan Panikkar On Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

AL Wildcard Preview: Tampa Bay Rays At Cleveland Indians

Well, the Cleveland Indians are back in the post-season for the first time since 2007 which saw them blow a 3 games to 1 lead on the Boston Red Sox, the eventual World Series champions. The Tampa Bay Rays come More...

Jason Kipnis
By Brendan Panikkar On Monday, July 15th, 2013

Cleveland Indians: Mid-Season Report Card

Jason Kipnis, a first time all-star has propelled the Indians to a solid first half Team: Cleveland Indians Record: 51-44 (1.5 GB) Biggest Surprise of 1st Half: The Indians were expected to improve this year after More...

Justin Upton
By Brendan Panikkar On Saturday, April 27th, 2013
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Why Justin Upton will Win NL MVP

Justin Upton has been off the charts to begin the 2013 season In the 2012/2013 MLB off-season, a lot of rumors were swirling around the Arizona Diamondbacks and their young 25 year old phenom Justin Upton. Upton More...

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By Marc Keller On Friday, March 29th, 2013
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2013 Major League Baseball Season Preview

I am a firm believer that Opening Day of the Baseball season should be a national holiday and everyone should be giving the day off to take in all of the games being played.  Even the President of the United States More...

Alcides Escobar
By Jon Erkkila On Thursday, March 28th, 2013

AL Central Preview with More Range than Alcides Escobar

Predictions are a part of Spring Training. They’re fun. They are also meaningless. The good ones are trumpeted from the mountain tops while the poor ones are forgotten in the aftermath more often than not. I More...

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