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Darvish Still Available, Are The Rangers Interested?

There is less than a month before pitchers and catchers put on the Texas Rangers uniform and report for spring training to Surprise, Arizona. No doubt, there are plenty of questions surrounding the team going into the season. 437 more words


Dodgers 2018 Roster: Piecing Together a Functional Bullpen

Although the impending 25-man roster of the Dodgers promises to be one of the most well-rounded squads in the big leagues, many followers of the club believe there are still a few minor holes which need to be addressed before the beginning of the regular season. 690 more words

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Outfield Bulk Up

The Blue Jays have been quietly stabilizing their outfield by acquiring outfielders Curtis Granderson and Randal Grichuk.

Curtis Granderson is a 36-year-old left-handed bat from the Dodgers who signed a one-year, 5 million dollar deal with the Jays. 234 more words

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Dodgers 2018 Roster: Where Exactly Does Logan Forsythe Fit in?

A boring offseason leads to much speculation on the part of Dodger fans, as there is not much concrete news to concentrate on. One topic I’ve seen increasingly is who is going to be manning second base when the season starts. 460 more words

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Is Christian Yelich a Good Fit for Dodgers?

Ever since the Marlins agreed to the deal to send Giancarlo Stanton to the Yankees in early December, fans around the league knew it was just a matter of time before Miami scraped away all the excess salary it could in an effort to begin a massive rebuild. 816 more words

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The MLB Payroll Question: Can a Team Simply Buy Wins?

By: Oscar Rzodkiewicz, @ORzodkiewicz on Twitter

By the numbers, a small market team can still win plenty of games in the MLB, but the success is definitively limited. 1,571 more words


Mets, Gonzalez Finalize Terms Of 1 Yr Pact

NEW YORK (AP) – Free agent first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and the New York Mets have finalized a one-year contract for the $545,000 major league minimum. 181 more words