Pittsburgh Pirates Smart To Focus On Future This Winter

Pedro Alvarez

The Pittsburgh Pirates had a fantastic season in 2013, which resulted in a Wild Card berth out of the National League and a playoff appearance. While it didn’t end the way the Bucs would have liked, they’ve set themselves up for the […]

St. Louis Cardinals: Michael Wacha Proving He’s The Real Deal

Michael Wacha

Coming into these playoffs, and particularly the National League Championship Series, there were questions about whether or not the St. Louis Cardinals and their young starters could hack it. Not that anyone would doubt the Cardinals’ organizational depth, but with relatively inexperienced […]

Which Starter Will The Boston Red Sox Trade This Winter?

Jake Peavy

The Boston Red Sox still have a ways to go in their ALCS matchup against the Detroit Tigers, but the offseason is just around the corner for both teams. In relation to the Red Sox, with some young arms on the way, they’ll […]

Los Angeles Dodgers: Will They Look To Trade Matt Kemp This Winter?

Matt Kemp

The Los Angeles Dodgers are two games down to the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2013 NLCS, but you’re not in trouble until you lose at home in a seven-game series. Nonetheless, it’s never too early to start looking toward the offseason, and the […]

Boston Red Sox: Total Team Effort Needs To Continue For World Series Berth

Mike Napoli

The Boston Red Sox have been a pleasure to watch so far in Major League Baseball’s postseason. They’ve gotten contributions from all over their roster, whether in the starting rotation, the bullpen, or up and down the lineup, en route to clinching […]

NLCS 2013: Can St. Louis Cardinals’ Young Starters Hang With Dodgers?

Michael Wacha

Regardless of whether or not you adhere to the belief that the St. Louis Cardinals possess the best fans in baseball, there’s no arguing that they represent one of the better organizations in all of sports. They’re a constantly successful team, with […]

2013 MLB Postseason: Los Angeles Dodgers Rotation Too Tough For Anyone To Beat

Zack Greinke

With the division series now officially over in both the American and National Leagues, the focus turns to the final four clubs still alive in their respective championship series. We’ve seen some fantastic individual pitching performances that helped to catapult […]

Los Angeles Angels Will Find 2014 To Be A Make Or Break Season

Josh Hamilton

The Los Angeles Angels have ridden into two consecutive seasons with larger than life expectations, after incredible postseason additions, only to falter greatly in each run. They’ve not only failed to win the World Series that was expected of them, but failed […]

Arizona Diamondbacks Should Pursue Nelson Cruz This Winter

Nelson Cruz

The Arizona Diamondbacks don’t figure to make many changes to their roster that failed to make the playoffs in 2013. Outside of some changes to their pitching staff, and perhaps some depth additions from their lineup, they’re not necessarily in a position […]

Chicago White Sox: Curtis Granderson Makes Perfect Sense As Free Agent Target

Curtis Granderson

It’s hard to imagine that the Chicago White Sox will be as bad as they were in 2013 heading into next year. On paper, they’re not nearly as poor a club as their record would indicate, and are just a year removed […]

Stephen Vogt Becoming A Playoff Hero For Oakland Athletics

Stephen Vogt

The Oakland Athletics managed to take a 2-1 series lead in the American League Division Series against the Detroit Tigers on Monday afternoon. With the exception of the benches clearing in the ninth, it didn’t include the high drama that Game 2 […]

Ryan Dempster Can Be An X-Factor Out Of Bullpen For Boston Red Sox

Ryan Dempster

Last winter, the Boston Red Sox spent a great deal of time adding new faces to their roster that was such a disappointment in 2012. One of those new faces was Ryan Dempster, who agreed to a two-year contract worth a little over […]