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Nationals Resembling Fool’s Gold

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @paythetab on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel. As a fellow Washington Nationals fan, I can admit this is not going to be our year. Although I am just as guilty as anyone else for getting my hopes […]

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Why Nationals Will Regret Not Trading Harper

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @miwelsthegreat on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  The Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals are only separated by 45 minutes down I-95. These teams share the same network, albeit not cordially, and share a similar issue with […]

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MLB Prospect Profile: RHP Dillon Tate, Baltimore Orioles

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @TristinM86 on Twitter for more insight. In this edition, we’ll be highlighting a pitcher for the first time. Right hander Dillon Tate was recently traded to the Baltimore Orioles in a deal that sent All-Star closer Zach Britton to the New York Yankees. What should “Birdland” expect […]

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New York Yankees Acquire Zach Britton

Per reports, the New York Yankees have acquired closer Zach Britton from the Baltimore Orioles. Britton, one of the top relievers on the market, has a 3.45 ERA and four saves this season. It was just two seasons ago when Britton posted a 0.54 ERA and 47 saves. The Yankees will send multiple prospects over […]

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Baseball Breakdown: San Diego Gives Cleveland A Hand

The Cleveland Indians received a much-needed injection of life into their bullpen when the team acquired LHP Brad Hand and RHP Adam Cimber from the San Diego Padres in exchange for C Francisco Mejia. The Indians bullpen, prior to this transaction, consisted of just one pitcher with an ERA below 3.00. That pitcher would be […]

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Meeting the Newest Orioles Prospects

The Manny Machado trade saga is finally over in Baltimore, as he is now a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Machado, in essence, left arguably the worst team in the MLB to join the best team in the NL West. Trades of this magnitude are never easy on the teams, as fans involved adore […]

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MLB Second Half Predictions

Now that the All-Star break festivities have come and gone, it’s time to turn our direct focus to what will happen in the second half of the MLB season. I will be predicting the division winners for each of the six divisions in the major leagues, as well other surprises to look out for. Additionally, […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Second Half Buy and Sell Candidates

With the All-Star break underway, the second half of fantasy baseball is on the horizon. As select players are primed for a strong finish, others may fizzle towards the finish line. Here are a few buy and sell candidates for the second half of the 2018 season: Jose Abreu: Abreu might have made the All-Star game […]

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Mets’ Mickey Callaway On Hot Seat

After a strong start to the season for the New York Mets, manager Mickey Callaway and the rest of the organization have begun to plummet. Leading up to May, fans around the MLB community would often pitch the Mets’ chances at clinching the NL East. With All-Star break on the horizon, is there a chance […]

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Revisiting The David Price To Detroit Trade

On July 31, 2014, the Detroit Tigers acquired left hander David Price in a three-team trade involving the Tampa Bay Rays and Seattle Mariners. The Rays received left hander Drew Smyly and infield prospect Willy Adames from Detroit, as well as infielder Nick Franklin from Seattle. Seattle acquired outfielder Austin Jackson from the Tigers. Detroit […]

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