Michael Bourn: Will Power Surge Make Him Baseball’s Top Free Agent in 2013?

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Michael Bourn is in the middle of the best year of his career, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. He’s a free agent at the end of the season, and his all around game makes him one […]

Was Adam Jones Early Season Breakout A Mirage?

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Earlier in the season Adam Jones was hitting like a legitimate superstar. With 16 home runs and a 300+ batting average by the end of May, the Baltimore Orioles were convinced that it was time to extend their slugging centerfielder. […]

Did Injuries Cost The Toronto Blue Jays A Shot At The Playoffs?

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At 53-55 and ten games back of the division leading New York Yankees, it would seem that the Toronto Blue Jays have thrown away another season. While nobody should have expected them to compete this season, it’s been a disappointment […]

Adeiny Hechavarria Promoted As Toronto Blue Jays Make Major Changes

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After a disappointing 5-4 loss in extra innings to the Oakland Athletics, the Toronto Blue Jays have made some major changes. Brett Cecil was mercifully demoted to AAA after yet another poor start, allowing recently acquired J.A. Happ to join the […]

What Should The Toronto Blue Jays Do With Adam Lind?

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Since his breakout in 2009, Adam Lind has been one of the worst players in the major leagues. Since the start of the 2010 season Lind has hit 241/292/426, numbers that would be unacceptable for nearly every position outside of […]

What Can The Jays Learn From The Struggles Of Travis Snider?

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By now you’ve heard of the trade that sent Travis Snider to the Pittsburgh Pirates. It’s a disappointing return, given the upside Snider once held when the Toronto Blue Jays selected him as the 14th overall pick in the 2006 […]

Finding The Next Ernesto Frieri

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At the beginning of the 2012 season, very few baseball fans would recognize the name Ernesto Frieri. Fewer would be able to tell you what team he pitched for. In hindsight, this makes little sense. Between 2009 and 2011, Frieri […]

Rant Sports MLB Power Rankings For Week Thirteen

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Texas Rangers (This Week: 1, Last Week: 1) - They’ve been nearly unstoppable this week, pushing the Los Angeles Angels back to 5.5 games out of first. Josh Hamilton has really struggled in June, as pitchers are taking advantage of the fact […]

MLB Rumors: Are The Los Angeles Dodgers Going To Acquire A New Shortstop?

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The Los Angeles Dodgers, a team that once held the best record in all of baseball, now trails the San Francisco Giants by a game. A five game losing streak proved very costly for the Dodgers, and it’s why they’re […]

Have The Boston Red Sox Found A Secret Weapon In Franklin Morales?

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Given the struggles the Boston Red Sox have gone through this season, the emergence of Franklin Morales has been a welcome sight. Morales had been an effective reliever during 2011, but the last time he had succeeded in a starting […]

How The Colorado Rockies Became One Of The Worst Teams In Baseball

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At 28-46, the Colorado Rockies are headed for another disappointing seasons. They’re one of the worst teams in baseball, and unfortunately it doesn’t look like that’s changing any time soon. It’s a shame, given that as recently as 2007 the […]

What Happened To The Ace Formerly Known As Ricky Romero?

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It’s no secret that the Toronto Blue Jays are having some horrendous luck with their starting pitcher. One starter after the next has gone down with injury, forcing fringe veterans and unprepared rookies into action. Yet the saddest story in […]