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Luis Severino’s Injury Could Spell Trouble for Yankees

Luis Severino’s Injury Could Spell Trouble for Yankees

March 13, 2019

By Anthony Cardone Opening day for the Yankees is less than three weeks away and news struck them this past week that could shake up some things going into the season. Their ace Luis Severino, who wa...

The Pick-Me-Up Baseball’s All-Star Game Needs

The Pick-Me-Up Baseball’s All-Star Game Needs

February 20, 2019

The MLB All-Star game has suffered from sagging ratings and declining interest for years, but the solution isn't all that hard to find.

Is Anyone Alive Out There?

Is Anyone Alive Out There?

February 13, 2019

By Anthony Cardone The baseball season starts in a month and spring training begins in one week. The two biggest remaining free agents, along with a handful of others, are still unemployed. Bryce Harper and...

The Mets Make a Good Move

The Mets Make a Good Move

December 5, 2018

The Mets' move to trade for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz was a smart one.

Free Agent Frenzy

November 14, 2018

This year's MLB free agent class ranks among the greatest in the history of the league. Where will some of baseball's best reside in 2019?

Early Season Breakouts

Early Season Breakouts

April 25, 2018

By Evan Biancardi We’re roughly one month into the Major League Baseball regular season, and while there haven’t been too many surprises thus far, it’s quite shocking to see the Mets, Pirates and Diamondbacks atop the National...

Overtime: On Small Sample Sizes

Overtime: On Small Sample Sizes

April 25, 2018

By Jack McLoone Every discussion of early-season baseball is (or at least should be) hounded by one qualifier, in one form or another: “it’s early, so don’t take everything at face value.” This is especially true in t...

Small Sample Size Shockers

Small Sample Size Shockers

April 11, 2018

By Evan Biancardi The season is still young, but it’s not too early to dissect players’ small sample sizes. For some, their unusual start to 2018 may only be a streak, but for others, it could be an indicator for what to expect in ...

Overtime: In Defense of Spring Training’s Only-Kinda-Baseball

Overtime: In Defense of Spring Training’s Only-Kinda-Baseball

March 21, 2018

By Jack McLoone Spring training is mostly a farce, a lamb in fully-grown sheep’s clothing. It’s an exercise in confirmation bias, mostly. Oh, Ronald Acuna is hitting the ball a mile? Well, that makes sense considering he’s t...

Mets Looking Up?

Mets Looking Up?

March 21, 2018

By Evan Biancardi The Mets would certainly like to forget about 2017. After watching stars like Noah Syndergaard, Yoenis Cespedes and Michael Conforto hit the DL early and often, the Mets fell to fourth place in the ...

AL  X-Factors

AL X-Factors

February 14, 2018

By Evan Biancardi Angels This one is pretty obvious. Shohei Ohtani will be on everybody’s radar this season, but it’ll be interesting to see how the Halos utilize the game’s only hitting pitcher. Astros The Astros are per...

Landing Spots for Yu and J.D.

Landing Spots for Yu and J.D.

February 7, 2018

By Evan Biancardi There are over 100 free agents still waiting to sign with clubs for the 2018 season, and with pitchers and catchers set to report next week, it’s fair to assume that at least a few players will come off the boar...

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