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MLB Series: Oakland Athletics

Jeff Samardzija, Jon Lester, Josh Donaldson, Brandon Moss and Derek Norris all gone. All of these players were on the AL all-star team and none of them are still on the Oakland Athletics. 301 more words

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30 teams in 30 days: Toronto Blue Jays


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It’s hard to know what to expect from a Toronto squad that seems to always disappoint. Many projected the Blue Jays to win the division in 2013, before they staggered across the finish line in last place that season. 498 more words

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Where Is The Love?

On the latest edition of the Flags Fly Forever podcast, Mike Gianella of Baseball Prospectus pontificated at length about the increasingly controversial term “sleeper”. The riff centered less on the idea that “sleepers” don’t exist (they do, but not how you think, more on that later) but on the idea that fantasy owners and industry writers/analysts are using the term incorrectly. 998 more words

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UPDATED: Cuban infielder Hector Olivera now eligible to sign with a team

Hector Olivera, a nearly 30-year-old infield prospect from Cuba, was granted free agent status by Major League Baseball last Friday and expects to complete a deal with a team soon. 593 more words

Josh Donaldson Crushes First Home Run as a Blue Jay

On November 29th, 2014, the Oakland Athletics traded away all-star third basemen Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays in-exchange for third basemen Brett Lawrie and three other players. 64 more words

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Red, white and Blue Jays: can Toronto return to playoffs?

The Toronto Blue Jays won back-to-back World Series in 1992 and 1993. Since then, they have missed the playoffs for 21 straight years.

With the Kansas City Royals having made the playoffs in 2014, Toronto’s 21-year playoff drought is now the… 767 more words

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FakeTeams Baseball Articles

Hello all! Because I have been all over the place, this post can make it happen for ya. Here you will find links to the articles I have compiled so far this spring over at… 70 more words

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