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MLB Power Rankings: Mets, Nats, Marlins, even Phillies, all impressive

by Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

The National League East was the worst division in baseball last season. It was completely battered outside the division during the regular season and here were the respective win totals of the five teams: 53 more words

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Preseason MLB Power Rankings

For my inaugural post, I have decided to post my 2016 MLB Preseason power rankings! I don’t plan on including too much information for each individual team here, simply because I plan on posting more content going deeper into the MLB season predictions before the season kicks off on April 3rd. 341 more words

MLB Power Rankings: Cubs and Royals above all entering the season

by Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

Don’t do it, people. Step away from the spring training standings and stats if you are going to try and deduce what is going to happen this season. 123 more words

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MLB Power Rankings: Defending champion Royals just outside top spot

by Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

Over the years, I’ve developed several traditions that have become annual in the power rankings. One of them is the pre-preseason rankings where I explain that, no, the defending champion doesn’t get to be number one for this coming season simply by virtue of being the champion from last season. 229 more words

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MLB Power Rankings: Playoff bracket nearly set

Here is a look at Major League Baseball with analysis from Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman and Nationals writer Chase Hughes:

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30. Reds – Hughes: (LW: 27) Now Bryan Price will return as manager. 630 more words

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MLB Power Rankings: AL Wild Card race remains tight

Here is a look at Major League Baseball with analysis from Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman and Nationals writer Chase Hughes:

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30. Phillies – Zuckerman: (LW: 30) Nice to see Pete Mackanin rewarded with a chance to return as manager in 2016. 615 more words

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MLB Power Rankings: Cardinals, Blue Jays looking scary

Here is a look at Major League Baseball with analysis from Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman and Nationals writer Chase Hughes:

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30. Phillies – Hughes: (LW: 30) The Phillies are setting records for the lowest attendance in Citizens Bank Park’s 11-year history, further proving that few sports fanbases can truly stay loyal when their team is losing. 628 more words

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