San Francisco Giants Fans Shouldn’t Worry About Matt Cain

San Francisco Giants Starter Matt Cain’s Struggles Continue at Miller Park

If you are a San Francisco Giants fan, you are probably thinking the sky is falling on Matt Cain. Seeing as he has a 6.46 ERA and a negative fWAR, I can’t really blame you for being a little uneasy, especially since Tim Lincecum did […]

Arizona Diamondbacks’ Patrick Corbin Is Anchoring Quality Pitching Staff

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Despite trading away their best player and top prospect, the Arizona Diamondbacks are only one game out of first place because of their deep starting rotation. Coming into the season, people knew Arizona had a good 1-4 with Ian Kennedy, Trevor Cahill, Wade Miley and Brandon […]

Colorado Rockies’ Dexter Fowler Is Your WAR Leader for April

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April has been an incredible month for the Colorado Rockies, especially for their center fielder Dexter Fowler.  Coming into the season, the Rockies were written off before they even took the field. I mean, how could a team that lost nearly 100 […]

Los Angeles Dodgers Need Matt Kemp To Earn His Contract

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Matt Kemp Looking to Get it Going on Offense

The time has come for Los Angeles Dodgers fans to start hanging up missing person posters of Matt Kemp. Matt Kemp: last seen in early 2012 carrying giant bags of cash, promised 50/50 season. Please find him! Seriously though, Kemp is one […]

Casper Wells’ Magical Mystery Tour Brings Him to Chicago White Sox

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I don’t know if Casper Wells should be flattered or embarrassed with the way his 2013 season is going. Wells started the season with the Seattle Mariners, but was waived rather quickly into the season. Then, Wells was acquired by the Toronto Blue Jays when he […]

Pittsburgh Pirates: Jason Grilli Is Proof Closers Don’t Need Closing Experience

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Raise your hand if you predicted that a) the Pittsburgh Pirates would be first place at the end of April with a struggling Andrew McCutchen and b) that Jason Grilli would lead the National League in saves. Okay, I obviously cannot see who raised their hand or […]

Shin-Soo Choo Has Found a Home in Leadoff Spot for Cincinnati Reds

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I have always been a fan of Shin-Soo Choo. As a Chicago White Sox fan, it was hard not to respect the guy when he played on the Cleveland Indians considering he dominated the Palehose. When he was traded to the Cincinnati Reds this […]

St. Louis Cardinals Locked Up Adam Wainwright at Right Time

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After missing the entire 2011 season, St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright had a pretty good 2012 campaign. Obviously he didn’t pitch as well as we are accustomed to, but he still put up a fWAR of 4.0. His performance was good enough to warrant a […]

Is Milwaukee Brewers’ Jean Segura Already an Elite Shortstop?

Milwaukee Brewers’ Jean Segura Off To Incredible Start On Offense

When the Milwaukee Brewers traded Zack Greinke to the Los Angeles Angels at the trade deadline last season, Brewers fans were moping around as if they were George Michael Bluth. I guess I cannot blame the way Brewers fans felt, since it’s always hard for your […]

Chris Johnson Has Been a Fantastic Footnote For Atlanta Braves in Justin Upton Deal

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When the Atlanta Braves acquired Justin Upton from the Arizona Diamondbacks, it was perceived as Upton plus others for Martin Prado and prospects. We knew that the Braves got more than just Upton, but we really didn’t care all that much since Upton was the story. However, that “plus” […]

Miami Marlins Should Do Giancarlo Stanton a Favor and Trade Him

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I always have a hard time feeling bad for athletes. I mean, they are getting paid millions of dollars to play a game, so why should I feel bad for them? However, Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton isn’t getting paid millions, and I really […]

Will Anyone Else Besides Matt Harvey Step Up for the New York Mets?

New York Mets Not Happy With Dillon Gee’s Performance

There weren’t a whole lot of expectations for the New York Mets this season: they traded away their Cy Young winner, Johan Santana was going to miss the season due to injury and the entire offense was a question mark outside of David Wright. To […]