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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 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. Continuing on with the NL East: Washington Nationals 2017 Record: 97-65. Lost to Cubs in NLDS. […]

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MLB Players Union Upset With Marlins, Pirates

Over the years, we have witnessed franchises within sports attempt to “rebuild” or even “tank” in order to receive success in the future. The front office proceeds to gut the individuals with the largest contracts in return for future value. Based on the 2018 MLB offseason, two teams that have certainly taken advantage of the […]

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Ichiro To Return To Japan?

Ichiro Suzuki is a baseball legend, as he is the all-time major professional baseball hits leader, although his claim to that has been challenged for quite some time, due to some of his hits coming from Japan. He does have 3,080 hits in Major League Baseball, and although he isn’t the star he used to […]

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Four Second Basemen Tigers Can Acquire To Compete With Dixon Machado

The Detroit Tigers recently traded their starting second baseman Ian Kinsler to the Los Angeles Angels, and now are in the market for a veteran to compete with their other Major League second baseman, Dixon Machado. While the Tigers are rebuilding, it wouldn’t hurt to acquire a veteran or two to help mentor the younger […]

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Padres Extend Brad Hand, But Will He Last?

The San Diego Padres extended star reliever Brad Hand on Saturday, giving him a new three-year contract. Hand, who was set to be a free agent after 2019, is now under control until 2021. However, the Padres are a rebuilding team, and Hand is getting closer to 30-years old. This begs the question: Will Hand […]

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Is Stanton Worth the Payday for New York?

On Saturday morning, it was announced that the New York Yankees have reached a deal to receive Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and $30 million in exchange for 2B Starlin Castro and multiple prospects. The 28-year old is currently owed a whopping $295 million over the course of his contract, yet the Yankees have stated […]

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The Athletes Hub Podcast: Episode 6

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: Should Teddy Bridgewater get his job back from the Minnesota Vikings? (Miles Hill vs Devon Withers vs Josh Hiltner) (1:14-19:35) Are […]

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Stanton Trade Rumors Continue to Loom

After recently being instated as the National League MVP of the 2017-18 MLB season, the Miami Marlins are reportedly continuing to seek out trade options for outfielder Giancarlo Stanton. The motivation behind the ideology of trading Stanton comes from his overwhelming salary, rather than the numbers he has put up for the franchise in years […]

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Five Potential Replacements for Joe Girardi

As reported on Thursday, the New York Yankees have elected to not bring back long-time manager Joe Girardi for the 2018 MLB season. After ten seasons with the franchise, Girardi’s absence is sure to leave a large void within the Yankees clubhouse. Who will go on to replace the man who guided the “Baby Bombers” […]

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