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Predictions for the MLB Standings - NL East

First check out: Predictions for the MLB Standings – AL West.

Now here’s my prediction for the National League East.

1. Washington Nationals

They’re too good to place anywhere else in the division. 530 more words


There's Been A Lot of Changes In The National League East This Winter

The baseball offseason is a period filled with rumors and speculation as 29 teams try to catch up to the World Series champions. The New York Mets have already made some changes, hiring a new manager in Mickey Callaway and looking for a brand new coaching staff. 907 more words


Philadelphia Phillies Freedom

Philadelphia is not the greatest city to live in for sports fans, but the Phillies are about to change that. With the recent success of rookie left fielder and first baseman Rhys Hoskins, hitting 18 home runs in 47 games (he started out on a streak of 11 homers in 18 games), Philadelphia is excited for their chances next season in the 2018 year. 482 more words


Mets Fall Short Of 3-Game Sweep With Drubbing At Hands Of Colorado

NEW YORK (AP) — Ian Desmond provided an instant spark for the slumping Rockies in his return from the disabled list, and Nolan Arenado hit one of Colorado’s three homers Sunday during a 13-4 rout of Steven Matz and the New York Mets. 713 more words

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MLB Outlook: National League East

The NL (National League) East has been a tour de force over the last few seasons. The key word of that sentence? “Seasons.” No NL East team, despite all of the talent in that division, has been able to put it all together to win a World Series. 986 more words


Met's prospect Amed Rosario having excellent season in minors

Playing for the Las Vegas 51’s in the PCL (Pacific Coast League) on offense is like playing on steroids… minus the steroids. The offensive numbers are often bloated because of the dry desert air in cities like Las Vegas, so the numbers that a player puts up at that level need to be taken with a grain of salt. 339 more words