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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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The Nationals Are Poised For a Fight With the Braves

A quick look at the National League East standings finds the Washington Nationals in a heated three-way battle with the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies. The Nats, who currently sit in third place with a record of 26-21, are starting to gain back some of the lost momentum from their rough outings against the LA […]

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2018 NL West 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. Continuing on with the NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers 2017 Record: 104-58, Lost to Astros […]

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The Athletes Hub Podcast: Episode 1

Welcome to The Athletes Hub Podcast! A series of topics are at hand, and the debate subjects vary among sports. In this episode, you can view the following: Click here to watch the full podcast Who has more to lose in the current World Series? The Los Angeles Dodgers or Houston Astros? (Miles Hill vs […]

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The Top Upcoming MLB Free Agents

While the 2017-18 free agency class within the MLB seems dim in comparison to other years, some front offices are sure to bite the bait from a few of the available and proven veterans. Whether it’s a positional player, or an extra arm in the bullpen, here are the top MLB free agents at each […]

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Who Will Emerge as the “Face” of Baseball?

Over the years, sports in general have attempted to associate its respected brand to a particular face throughout certain eras. The individual is often viewed as the “spokesperson” of the sport, and while he/she is not formally elected, they are accepted upon the public viewpoint. Some of the finest examples include Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, […]

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Are the Dodgers Overachievers or Overlooking Failure?

It seems as though in recent years, we are forced to look into the regular season success of the Los Angeles Dodgers and ultimately speculate whether they are contenders or not. Having finished with a winning record annually since 2005, the Dodgers have had little to no issue spending money in order to receive the […]

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MLB Postseason Races: A September to Remember?

With the final month of the MLB regular season just on the horizon, it is important to hone in on the races that will matter most as teams jockey for postseason position. Let’s start with the National League division races. National League East: The Washington Nationals have this division all but wrapped up as we […]

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Nationals Bullpen Showing Their Teeth

A few months ago, several sports writers (myself included) were discussing the fact that the Washington Nationals bullpen was not reliable enough for them to win a World Series title this year. It’s amazing how quickly things can change in a baseball season. The Nationals have since traded for reliable assets in relievers such as […]

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