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2018 NL Central 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. Here are the projections within the NL Central.  Chicago Cubs 2017 Record: 92-70, Lost in […]

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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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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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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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Weeks Jr: “I Want to Bring a Championship to Tampa”

Learning a brand new position, after following an awkward outfield campaign in 2016 with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Rickie Weeks Jr. went from “stud” to “dud” at seemingly the snap of a finger. Known as a superstar second baseman in Milwaukee, the 2011 All-Star signed with the Seattle Mariners in order to see a platoon role […]

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The Athlete’s Hub MLB All-Time League.

The latest of my many projects, I have been selected to put together the extremely difficult task of an All-Time Major League Baseball League. All 30 current MLB teams and 6-Expansion Cities of my choosing. For this project, I held myself to a couple rules, just to make the unrealistic a bit more realistic…. Each […]

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Prince Fielder’s Career is Over

Texas Rangers first baseman/designated hitter Prince Fielder is out for the season with a neck injury. However, now it appears that Fielder’s career is over. Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reports that his career is over and that the Rangers will have a press conference tomorrow. Sources: Prince Fielder’s career appears over. #Rangers expected to hold […]

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Why Detroit Needs Jonathan Lucroy

The Detroit Tigers may have found their game. They have won four straight games, including an impressive sweep of the Boston Red Sox. With a 55-48 record, they find themselves just two games out of a wildcard spot. This makes it a realistic possibility that the Tigers can contend this season.  Multiple reports have indicated […]

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Mets Manager Terry Collins Hospitalized

New York Mets manager Terry Collins has been taken to the hospital, according to assistant General Manager John Ricco. He is alert, according to Ricco. He was transported to the hospital after not feeling well before Sunday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers. Collins has been a pro baseball manager since 1983. He got his first […]

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Brewers trade Adam Lind to Seattle

MLB Insider Jon Heyman reports that the Milwaukee Brewers will trade first baseman Adam Lind to the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners have been in talks with Milwaukee since Monday, after the team acquired Wade Miley from the Boston Red Sox. Lind had an excellent season for the Brew Crew. He hit 20 homers, drove in […]

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