Bryce Harper: Washington Nationals’ OF Wise To Bulk Up For 2014 Season

Bryce Harper

First and foremost: Bryce Harper is not dumb enough to take PEDs at this stage in his career. Sure, Harper’s reckless style of play might have earned him a reputation as an overall bonehead, but there is no way this […]

Boston Red Sox: Team Must Act Fast With Jon Lester’s New Deal

Jon Lester

Jon Lester wants to remain with the Boston Red Sox organization until he retires from the game of baseball. Heck, the 30-year-old starting pitcher has won two World Series titles in Beantown, so how you can you blame him? However, […]

Milwaukee Brewers: Pressure Is Building For Shortstop Jean Segura

Jean Segura

This time last year, the Milwaukee Brewers weren’t quite sure what they were going to do at shortstop. Alex Gonzalez had shown significant signs of decline, which meant someone would be thrust into the role by Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke. Well, […]

5 MLB Stars That Will Be Making Major Position Changes In 2014

Ryan Braun

Oakland Athletics: Jarrod Parker Faces Brand-New Challenge in 2014

Jarrod Parker

Jarrod Parker entered the 2013 MLB season as an intriguing right-handed pitcher with still plenty to prove to the Oakland Athletics‘ front office. Well, Parker’s second year wasn’t a dud, but the 24-year-old pitcher didn’t exactly light the American League […]

Seattle Mariners: Hisashi Iwakuma’s Middle Finger Injury Won’t Hold SP Back

Hisashi Iwakuma

You can make the argument that Hisashi Iwakuma has been the Seattle Mariners‘ best starting pitcher over the past two years. Yes, that includes Felix Hernandez. Of course, Hernandez and Iwakuma are hardly competitors as they both look to give the Mariners an […]

Oakland A’s: Refocused Yoenis Cespedes is Sneaky AL MVP Candidate

Yoenis Cespedes

It has been a quiet offseason like usual for the Oakland Athletics. Aside from a semi-large trade for closer Jim Johnson and the departure of cogs like Grant Balfour and Bartolo Colon; this winter has been somewhat of a bore for […]

Cincinnati Reds: Team Wins Big By Signing Homer Bailey To Six-Year Pact

Homer Bailey

The Cincinnati Reds might not have signed a big-name free agent this offseason, but they still have managed to keep themselves rather busy this winter. In fact, many forget that the Reds decided to show  manager Dusty Baker the door […]

R.A. Dickey: Toronto Blue Jays’ Opening Day Starter Is Lost Cause

R.A. Dickey

To say that R.A. Dickey‘s inaugural season with the Toronto Blue Jays was a failure would be an understatement. Many MLB pundits predicted Dickey to struggle in the highly-competitive AL East, but the fact he finished with a 4.21 ERA […]

Pirates’ Francisco Liriano Enters 2014 With More Pressure Than Ever

Francisco Liriano

Going into the 2013 MLB regular season, the Pittsburgh Pirates really weren’t sure what to expect from starting pitcher Francisco Liriano. Pittsburgh took a flier on Liriano after he looked semi-productive with the Chicago White Sox toward the end of […]

Robinson Cano: Seattle Mariners Shouldn’t Fret Over Kevin Long’s Sour Grapes

Derek Jeter Kevin Long

The New York Yankees as an organization are known for getting what they want and when they want it. Moreover, the “Bronx Bombers” tend to act like little crybabies whenever they are outbid or outsmarted. Thus, Robinson Cano‘s departure has […]

Chris Sale’s Firm Stance On Gay Baseball Players Is A Must-See

Chris Sale

The Chicago White Sox aren’t exactly the most talked about MLB team, in fact, the low-profile franchise is rarely mentioned in the public conversation at all. However, White Sox ace and two-time All Star Chris Sale is doing his best […]