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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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Are Red Sox’s Hot Start a Fluke?

The Boston Red Sox are the talk of the MLB, making a historic start to the new campaign with a record of 21-8 . They have been dominating the win column with bats coming alive, hitting a total of 39 runs at the time of writing. With how well this team has been, they already […]

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It’s Time For a Shorter MLB Season

The current state of games within the MLB is now 162, but it seems like it’s time to shorten the regular season once and for all. In the month of April alone (up to 4/22/2018), there have been more postponements so far (26) than all of last season (25 in 2017). The weather in the […]

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Five MLB Franchises In Need Of A Rebuild

The MLB season has returned to fans after an interesting offseason, and while some teams are currently in a comfortable position, others are in a situation where a potential rebuild could be on the verge. In this piece, I’ll display five teams that need to enter a rebuild. This will not include franchises that are […]

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Tim Tebow is Simply a Media Prop

Coming from upstate New York, one of the most talked about athletes in the media today happens to be Tim Tebow, who is currently playing for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. The former Heisman trophy winner out of the University of Florida decided prior to the 2017 MLB season that he would give up his job […]

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Too Early to Call Shohei Ohtani a “Star”?

Heading through the MLB Spring Training process, most of us were writing off Los Angeles Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani as a bust. While the debate used to be whether Ohtani could get a grip on himself, now the argument involves whether it’s too early to label him as a star. Selling to crowds over 44,000, […]

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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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2018 AL 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. Continuing on with the AL Central. Cleveland Indians 2017 Record: 102-60, Lost to Yankees in […]

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2018 AL West Preview

With the 2018 MLB season just a few more days 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 AL West. Houston Astros 2017 Record: 101-61, Won World Series […]

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Is 2018 The Year Of The Yankees?

This upcoming season for the New York Yankees should be deemed an exciting one. Coming off of a loss in game seven of the ALCS to the eventual World Series Champion Houston Astros, there should be added motivation to this talented ball club. The biggest reason New York could potentially bring home a World Series […]

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