Leonys Martin Starting To Break Out For Texas Rangers

Leonys Martin

Center field looked like it was going to be a problem area for the Texas Rangers during the 2013 MLB season. The team was thought to be in on the bidding for free agent Michael Bourn, but when that fell through, […]

Tampa Bay Rays Continue To Own Toronto Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays are probably getting pretty sick of Tropicana Field. The Jays came in to their three-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays riding an 11-game winning streak, but since arriving in Florida, Toronto has cooled off quickly. […]

Former Teammates Square Off Washington Nationals Battle Arizona Diamondbacks

Nationals vs. Diamondbacks

From 2009 through 2011, Gio Gonzalez and Trevor Cahill were teammates, accounting for 40 percent of the Oakland Athletics‘ pitching staff. In 2010, they both had breakout seasons. At the tender age of 23, Cahill had a 2.97 ERA and was named to the American […]

5 Players The Colorado Rockies Should Consider Trading

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Colorado Rockies Outfielder Corey Dickerson Strong In Debut

Chris Dickerson

The Colorado Rockies simply could not ignore him any longer. Corey Dickerson was leading the Pacific Coast League with a staggering .386 at Triple A-Colorado Springs before Colorado finally decided that he was ready to make his big league debut. If […]

Benches Clear Between NL West Rivals (Again)

Giants vs. Padres

First, it was the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Then, it was the Dodgers again, only this time against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Today, the Padres were back at it, this time with their Northern California rivals, the San Francisco Giants. For the […]

Juan Perez Helps San Francisco Giants Edge San Diego Padres

Juan Perez

When Jesus Guzman drove a Jeremy Affeldt fastball over the center field wall in the eighth inning of Tuesday night’s game between the visiting San Diego Padres and the hosting San Francisco Giants, things looked bleak for the home crowd. However, the Giants got a huge boost from […]

Rockies Lose Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to Broken Rib, DL Likely

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  — layers in all of baseball. Tulo’s .347 batting average ranks third in MLB, and his 16 homeruns are third, behind only Domonic Brown and teammate Carlos Gonzalez in the National League home run race. What really makes Tulo special though is that he’s […]

Colorado Rockies Sign Top Draft Pick Jonathan Gray

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The Colorado Rockies have reached an agreement on a contract with their first-round pick, Jonathan Gray. Gray was the third pick overall in the 2013 MLB Draft, after Mark Appel and Kris Bryant went to the Houston Astros and the Chicago Cubs respectively. Jim Callis of […]

Colorado Rockies Prepare For Series With Slumping Nationals

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At the start of the 2013 MLB season, no one could have reasonably predicted that the Colorado Rockies would have a better record than the Washington Nationals when the two teams meet for a three game series starting tomorrow. The two […]

Colorado Rockies Release Jon Garland

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The Colorado Rockies designated Jon Garland for assignment on Saturday, giving the team ten days to either trade, release or demote him. As it turns out, it didn’t take them nearly that long to reach a decision. This tweet came from […]

Can Bartolo Colon Win a Second Cy Young?

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  The Oakland A’s have one of the most surprising Cy Young candidates in recent memory pitching for them this year. It’s not Jarrod Parker, Tommy Milone or Brett Anderson. Instead, it’s 40-year-old Bartolo Colon having his best season since he won the Cy Young back in 2005. […]