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Mackanin's Mission

Unlike most managers this offseason, Pete Mackanin wasn’t given a team to work with when the Phillies opted to sign the then interim manager. More like an island of misfit toys instead. 284 more words

The Greatest Venezuelan Pitcher?

Venezuelan Pitchers: Who’s the Best?

Can there be only one King?

From 2004-2010, two Venezuelan pitchers won three Cy Young Awards, and another set a Major-League record for saves in a single season.

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A Cold Week in...

It’s hard to feel the baseball, since it’s been an uncommonly cold April. New York has had bursts of rain, dustings of snow, and gale-force winds, all between April Fool’s and Tax Day.

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Final 2016 MLB Preview with Playoffs and Awards

With Opening Day a few days away, here are all of my predictions in one spot. I provided the links to each division breakdown as well as added the postseason and awards. 607 more words

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The Value of Defense in a Postseason Series

The Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets will make history on April 3rd when they become the first two teams to begin a new season with a World Series rematch. 612 more words

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2016 MLB Preview: National League East

We continue the preview of the 2016 MLB season with the National League East, home of the defending NL Champion New York Mets.

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The Marlins Silent Offseason Could Be the Key to Success

 

With pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training today for the Marlins, we take a look back at the offseason moves, or lack thereof for the team. 356 more words

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