2014 MLB Free Agency: 5 Teams Most Likely to Keep Their Wallets Closed

ANALYSIS

Chicago Cubs

Already this season, the Cubs are showing that a more versatile and deeper lineup means more runs most of the time. Having role players like Junior Lake and Justin Ruggiano makes the lineup deeper and tonight it showed it can result in offensive […]

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Lance Lynn

The Cincinnati Reds are 2-6. The team has had poor starts before and gone on to success, but this situation must be painfully frustrating. Frustrating mainly because in two games against the St. Louis Cardinals that Lance Lynn has started, […]

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Mike Moustakas Kansas City Royals

In 18 at-bats, Mike Moustakas is currently hit-less with three walks and four strikeouts. Despite vowing to never take his offensive struggles onto the field with him, he also has the Kansas City Royals‘ lowest fielding percentage to date after […]

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Pedro Strop

Even though the Chicago Cubs won the game today 8-3, closer Jose Veras looked bad once again and red flags are up everywhere in the Cubs’ bullpen. Not able to locate his pitches, Veras walked four Philadelphia Phillies batters and […]

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Coming into the 2014 season, all eyes in Chicago and around baseball were focused on Starlin Castro. After struggling in his first three games, Castro is starting to hit once again for the Chicago Cubs. This year, Castro will get […]

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Tyler Flowers

After a terrible 2013, Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers began the 2014 season in full bloom, at least where his batting is concerned. Through four games, Flowers is 8-for-14, the equivalent of a .571/.571/.643 slash line. Of those eight […]

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