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Baltimore Orioles Start to Find Momentum

It has been a tough go of it for the Baltimore Orioles from April through most of May. The batting has been below sub par, and the pitching, even when solid, has no run support. The Orioles did exactly what they were supposed to in the offseason and grabbed starting pitching, but they didn’t address […]

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2018 AL East Preview

With the 2018 MLB season less than a month away, it’s time to take a look and preview the season ahead. We’re going division by division to try and project every teams’ strengths, weaknesses, and questions heading into the season. Finishing with the AL East: New York Yankees 2017 Record: 91-71, Lost to Astros in […]

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Orioles Sign Cashner, What’s Next?

The off-season for the 2018 season of the MLB has been very slow for most of the teams, and the Orioles have been no different. The free agent pool of roughly 90 MLB players are not happy with the front offices around the league, but clubs are anxious about spending top dollar; especially for players […]

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2018 Yankees Preview: Five Dream Scenarios, Five Potential Nightmares

It’s pretty amazing how things can change in a year’s time, and that can be especially true within the sports world. We have seen one year make or break athletes and set a standard for the foreseeable future of their lives. In just one year, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge launched himself into being […]

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Magic or Tragic: How Machado’s Fate Shapes O’s for Next Decade

The Baltimore Orioles have been waiting and kicking the can down the road, but the day has finally arrived; what should they do with Manny Machado? The Orioles third baseman is set to hit free agency at the end of the 2018 season, and could command a $400+ million contract in the open market, which […]

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2018 Outlook: Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles finished with a 75-87 record for the 2017 season which landed them in last place in the A.L. East. The Orioles started off the season with low expectations to begin with, as analysts were not impressed with the lack of quality signings for the starting pitching rotation. Baltimore still has an opportunity […]

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Gray Suffers Loss in Yankees Debut 

After a handful of letdowns within the New York Yankees starting rotation, the front office was well aware that they needed to make moves before the MLB Trade Deadline. With that, in return for infielder Jorge Mateo, right-hander James Kaprielian, and outfielder Dustin Fowler, the Yankees acquired Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Sonny Gray. Gray, who […]

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Who is the Real AL East Favorite?

No matter their placement within the AL East standings, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox have been arch-rivals for awhile. In fact, almost every time the two come together, it’s always a must-see event. With the two franchises containing high-powered offenses in 2017,  they both have been battling it out for first place […]

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Could Possible Resurrection of Sabathia Lead to Extension?

The New York Yankees have proven to be one of the most dominant sport franchises in the world, and part of that justification has been their continuous legacy of winning. How have they remained consistent? Due to blockbuster front office moves, the Yankees have been known to acquire more than a few household names over […]

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Scouting for Gems: The New York Yankees

As the New York Yankees continue to trail within the AL East, one aspect that many fans aren’t looking into is the proficient farm system the Bronx Bombers contain. Yes, winning every game possible is important for the 27-time World Series Champions, but on paper, the future of the Yankees is looking as strong as […]

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