Danny Farquhar Better Option for Seattle Mariners than Fernando Rodney

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According to multiple reports, the Seattle Mariners are interested in free agent closer Fernando Rodney as he looks to find his next team after spending the last two seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays. While Rodney still has excellent stuff […]

Oakland Athletics Continue Their Dominance of Houston Astros

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Nobody has benefited more from the Houston Astros joining the AL West than the division-leading Oakland Athletics. The A’s have dominated the cellar-dwelling Astros this season, winning all nine games heading into their three-game series in Houston Monday night. Not […]

5 Trade Targets Who Could Help Seattle Mariners’ Offense

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Poor Pitching is Sabotaging Seattle Mariners Early in 2013

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The Seattle Mariners have built up a reputation as a team that is built on pitching and defense, but that couldn’t hit their way out of wet paper bag. Heading into the 2013 season, the Mariners’ front office seemed determined […]

Brandon Maurer has Earned Spot in Rotation for Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners are set at the top of their rotation for the 2013 season. Felix Hernandez is the unquestioned ace of the staff and free agent acquisition Joe Saunders lines up as the No. 2. Behind them, Hisashi Iwakuma […]

Yovani Gallardo Must Carry The Milwaukee Brewers Starting Rotation In 2013

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The Milwaukee Brewers has an offense that can contend in the NL Central next season (when healthy). The fate of the team, however, will rest in an unproven starting rotation outside of unquestioned ace Yovani Gallardo. While the Brewers figure […]

Kansas City Royals Scrap Plans To Move Aaron Crow Into Starting Rotation

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When the Kansas City Royals drafted Aaron Crow with the No. 12 overall pick in the 2009 amateur draft, they did so with visions of the right-hander becoming the cornerstone of their starting rotation. After two years in the bullpen, […]

Tampa Bay Rays Relief Pitcher Cesar Ramos Will Play For Mexico In World Baseball Classic

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Players from all over the world will proudly represent their countries in next month’s World Baseball Classic in what has become one of the more entertaining international baseball tournaments. Cesar Ramos, a relief pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays, will […]

MLB Rumors: Are The Milwaukee Brewers Looking for Pitching Help in the WBC?

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They say you can never have too much pitching. That’s especially true of the Milwaukee Brewers who are skating the very thin ice of not having enough pitching this spring, particularly in their bullpen. That’s why Milwaukee should be paying […]

Ned Yost Gives Kansas City Royals Model Of Toughness Following Gall Bladder Surgery

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Ned Yost is trying to build the Kansas City Royals into an AL Central contender with a tough, no-nonsense approach. Turns out, that tough exterior isn’t just for show. Yost was back at work first thing Wednesday morning after undergoing […]

Blind Pitcher Juan Sandoval Getting His Chance With Tampa Bay Rays This Spring

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Spring Training is filled with stories of guys trying to make their MLB dreams come true, getting their shot to make a big league roster with an impressive showing in camp. That’s what Juan Sandoval, a 32-year-old right-handed reliever from […]

Alex Gonzalez Unhappy Being Asked To Move To First Base By Milwaukee Brewers

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The Milwaukee Brewers are still mulling their options at first base to start the season following Mat Gamel‘s injury earlier this week. The chances of the club looking internally for the stop-gap candidate until Corey Hart‘s return are looking greater […]