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Marlins to Sign Veteran Outfielder Ichiro Suzuki

The Marlins are putting the finishing touches on a very busy offseason and are reportedly working to finalize a deal with outfielder Ichiro Suzuki.

It was rumored that… 445 more words

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Atlanta Braves Reunite with Kelly Johnson

The Atlanta Braves signed former first-round draft pick Kelly Johnson to a minor league deal with an invite to big league camp.

Johnson, 32, is coming off the worst season of his career where he hit .215/.296/.362 with 14 doubles, seven home runs, and 27 RBI in 106 games split between the Yankees, Red Sox, and Orioles. 305 more words

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No Need For The Washington Nationals To Trade Strasburg or Zimmermann

*This column was originally published on Baseball Hot Corner.

The Washington Nationals shored up the best starting rotation in baseball with their surprise signing of prized free agent,  680 more words

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Mets don't even have best pitching in NL East

All the talk about our pitching. All the hemmin n’ hawin. It don’t mean shit ya hear?!

Nats got Scherzer. Sheeeeiiittt.

We can’t hit for shit, and we don’t even have the best pitching in the division. Metsblow.

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Max Scherzer Puts the Nationals Over the Top

Max Scherzer agreed to a seven-year contract worth more than $180 million to pitch for the Washington Nationals, signaling that Scott Boras can never tell a lie (because he believes everything he says). 584 more words

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MILB Cap Rankings: National League East Final Rankings

By Cameron Ramos
January 14, 2015

For the last three days, I have been ranking the best MILB Caps from each of the NL East’s teams. 158 more words

MILB Cap Rankings: Philadelphia Phillies

By Cameron Ramos
January 13, 2015

Earlier today, my MILB Cap Rankings featured the New York Mets’ minor league affiliates. Now it’s turn for the Phillies. 520 more words