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The Ones That Still Remain

The Ones That Still Remain

January 31, 2018

By Anthony Cardone This major league baseball offseason has been a bit disappointing when it comes to free agent signings. Most of the moves have been trades, namely Giancarlo Stanton to the Bronx, or two former franc...

MLB Hot Stove Remains Cold

MLB Hot Stove Remains Cold

January 24, 2018

By Evan Biancardi It has been over a month since we last looked at the top Major League Baseball free agents, and while it was expected that at least a few players would still remain, it’s shocking that the vast majority of free...

MLB Free Agent Breakdown, Part III

MLB Free Agent Breakdown, Part III

December 6, 2017

By Evan Biancardi The free agent market continues to drag on, but on the bright side, it gives us more time to predict where players will land. Even though only a few players have signed, it is likely that once one big name f...

MLB Free Agent Breakdown, Part II

MLB Free Agent Breakdown, Part II

November 29, 2017

By Evan Biancardi Last issue, I looked at the available catchers, first basemen and second basemen on the free agent market. So far, not a single player has been signed, but there are several shortstops, third baseme...

On Edgar Martinez

On Edgar Martinez

November 29, 2017

By Jack McLoone In this space last year, I made an impassioned defense of Tim Raines and his Hall of Fame credentials. He ended up getting voted in. Now, I turn my sights to another under-appreciated player that ...

MLB Free Agent Breakdown

MLB Free Agent Breakdown

November 15, 2017

By Evan Biancardi After a historic regular season and a postseason that went down to the wire, it is officially the Major League Baseball offseason. As front offices scramble to improve their rosters, let’s take a ...

Wild West World Series

Wild West World Series

November 8, 2017

By Evan Biancardi For the first time since 2002, the World Series featured a seventh game for consecutive seasons. This time, it was the Astros who came out on top, as they defeated the Dodgers 5-1 in the decisive game. It was Houston...

Best World Series Ever?

Best World Series Ever?

November 8, 2017

By Peter Valentino Last year, I wrote an article on how great the 2016 World Series was and where it ranked in history. I talked about how television ratings doubled compared to the 2015 World Series, going from an average of 14 mill...

World Series Preview

World Series Preview

October 25, 2017

By Evan Biancardi So, it looks like my World Series prediction couldn’t have been more wrong. After a crazy postseason through the Championship Series, it will be the Astros and Dodgers competing in the Fall Classic...

Oh Mickey, Your Team Ain’t Fine

Oh Mickey, Your Team Ain’t Fine

October 24, 2017

By Peter Valentino The Mets introduced their 21st manager on Monday: Mickey Callaway, the former pitching coach of the Cleveland Indians. At the podium, the 42-year-old showed great energy and excitement, eager to cal...

In Defense of Joe Girardi

In Defense of Joe Girardi

October 18, 2017

By Peter Valentino After mismanaging Game 2 of the ALDS, Yankees fans expressed their anger with manager Joe Girardi loudly. Many called for him to be fired after the series was over, which was supposed to come relatively soon, un...

Making the MVP Case for Altuve

Making the MVP Case for Altuve

October 18, 2017

By Evan Biancardi It’s hard to argue with those who say that Mike Trout is the game’s best player, and while his consistent MVP-type numbers may solidify his claim, one can easily make the case for another player...

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