Arizona Diamondbacks’ Miguel Montero Needs to Bust Out of Slump

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The Arizona Diamondbacks have a lot of things they should feel positive about: they’re in first place in the tough National League West, they probably have the MVP and Cy Young winner in Paul Goldschmidt and Patrick Corbin respectively, and Heath Bell […]

Atlanta Braves’ B.J. Upton Is Giving Team No Choice but to Bench Him

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You know when you are in a movie theater and you are watching the previews, critiquing them with your friends? Okay, picture yourself viewing a preview full of bad CGI, horrible acting and what seems to be a stupid plot. […]

Washington Nationals Needs their Offense to Wake Up Fast

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The Washington Nationals seemed to be a lot of people’s preseason favorites to represent the National League in this year’s World Series. However, tonight’s loss against the Baltimore Orioles summarizes exactly why they might not even make the playoffs — their offense is […]

The Baseball Gods Do Not Like Baltimore Orioles’ Jim Johnson in 2013

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To say the past couple weeks haven’t gone well for Baltimore Orioles closer Jim Johnson would be quite the understatement. But I guess that’s what happens when you’ve had a four-leaf clover in your pocket for the entire 2012 season. […]

Chicago White Sox Need to Start Selling their Assets


After being swept by the Chicago Cubs in embarrassing fashion, I have to say I am now like Randy Quaid’s character in Major League II. Back it up! Back it up! Turn this place into a parking lot! I’m putting […]

Cleveland Indians Have Improved, But Not Ready to Dethrone Detroit Tigers

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All good things must come to an end, and it appears that the Cleveland Indians‘ reign of terror on the AL Central appears to be over — or at least pushed aside by the superior Detroit Tigers. Detroit’s lead is only […]

Will Cliff Lee’s Contract Prevent Him from Being Traded By Philadelphia Phillies at the Deadline?

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It’s safe to say that Cliff Lee’s second tenure for the Philadelphia Phillies has not gone according to plan. When the Phillies signed Lee to a five-year, $125 million contract on the open market, many baseball fans figured that a […]

Tampa Bay Rays’ James Loney Is Finally Living Up to His Potential

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Although the Tampa Bay Rays didn’t have a whole lot of options at first base heading into free agency, it was hard not to laugh when the team signed James Loney to become their everyday first basemen. But after two months […]

National League Central Has Potential to be Baseball’s Most Exciting Race

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Once upon a time, the NL Central was one of the worst divisions in all of baseball. In 2013, however, it’s very possible that it’s the best and most entertaining division in the league. The three best teams in the […]

Will Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera Have a Better Season than His Triple Crown Campaign?

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I know a lot of baseball fans want robot umpires to fix the missed calls that happen in the game. But after Miguel Cabrera do what he’s doing again this season, I’m not so sure that he isn’t a robot himself. Although […]

Chicago White Sox RP Nate Jones Continues to Dissappoint

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To say that Monday’s game against the crosstown Chicago Cubs didn’t go well for the Chicago White Sox would be like saying General Custer’s battle plan didn’t really work out. On the back of Jeff Samardzija‘s shutout, the Cubs clobbered the White Sox 7-0 on […]

San Diego Padres’ Yasmani Grandal Set to Return from Suspension

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The San Diego Padres may not have the record that they want at 22-28. However, judging from my basic math skills, 22 plus 28 equals 50, which means Yasmani Grandal is finally free! Grandal, who was one of the main pieces in […]