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All-Stars making noise in this year’s offseason

From Cy Young candidates to Silver Sluggers, several of the MLB’s top players have made headlines this offseason. Here’s a look at some of the biggest offseason acquisitions and re-signings so far.

The Boston Red Sox have added an ace to their star-studded roster by acquiring Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox in a blockbuster… Continue reading

The Braves opt for Experience

The Atlanta Braves have reportedly signed Bartolo Colon to a one-year, $12.5 million contract. The 43-year old righty has spent the last three seasons with the Mets, posting a 44-34 record with a 3.90 ERA in 98 games—95 of which were starts.

Once thought of as a long reliever at the start of the season, Colon… Continue reading

Which Team Suits Fowler the Best?

Dexter Fowler, 29, is a free agent and one of the last remaining notable free-agents still on the market. Previously, Fowler has enjoyed a long stay with the Colorado Rockies, the club who drafted him in the 14th round of the 2004 MLB Draft. However, the veteran outfielder was traded for the first time in his… Continue reading

MLB Trade Talk

The MLB trade deadline is less than one month away. There hasn’t been any large trades or deals done so far this season, but things should heat up in MLB offices as the deadline approaches on July 31st.

Cole Hamels (middle) talking with Ryan Howard (right) (Courtesy of mlbdailydish.com)

The Philadelphia Phillies have two big-named players… Continue reading

Rebuilding Red Sox Sign Cuban Star

The Boston Red Sox made more noise in the offseason when they signed the switch-hitting Cuban powerhouse, Yoan Moncada two weeks ago. Boston just continues to retool their team after finishing last in the AL East in 2014. The 19-year-old Cuban outfielder will have the largest signing bonus in MLB history pending his physical exams. Moncada… Continue reading

Rags to Riches? The New-and-Improved San Diego Padres in Review

Out of all 30 MLB teams, hundreds of thousands of baseball fans are ecstatic to catch a glimpse of the new-and-improved San Diego Padres. Multiple sources reported that the Padres have been, “hyperactive” ever since the arrival of new general manager, A.J. Preller.

San Diego Padres logo(Courtesy of pinterest.com)

The Padres have now played the ‘do-or-die’… Continue reading

2015 MLB Season Preview

Can you believe that Opening Day to the 2015 MLB season is only 70 days away? 2015 definitely has several storylines that are worth watching. The hot stove brewed a number blockbuster deals across the MLB so without further ado, I present to you a preview of what’s in store for the 2015 season.

2015 MLB… Continue reading

Left-Handed Aces Up for Grabs

Headlining the free agent market in the starting pitching category is none other than former Red Sox and Oakland Athletic Jon Lester. Cole Hamels of the Philadelphia Phillies is also said to have his name mentioned multiple times in trade talk. These two lefties symbolize one thing: Domination. Lester and Hamels have been classified as aces… Continue reading

Report: Twins looking to add starting pitching

According to my sources, the Twins are looking to make a splash during the Winter Meetings by adding some big name starting pitchers.

In addition, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports is reporting the Twins and free agent RHP Bronson Arroyo are talking about a deal and the talks are “gaining momentum.”

Arroyo, 36, went 14-12 with… Continue reading

Report: Logan Morrison believes he’s staying in Miami

Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison, who’s drawing interest from at least ten teams, believes he’s staying with the team.

Logan Morrison (Courtesy of mlbreport.com)

Morrison said he believes the Marlins would only trade him if the team “receives a vitamix in return.” Morrison, 26, hit .242 with 6 HR in 85 games during the 2013 season. He’s… Continue reading

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