MLB Week in Review (September 15-21)

The MLB saw two distinct accomplishments this past week and both seem like they are entirely separate while in fact they are related as power increases and so does strikeouts.

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MLB Week in Review (September 8-14)

The MLB season is coming to a close as the postseason race heats up and everyone tries to gain some momentum heading into the second season with some teams doing it better than others.

MLB Week in Review (September 1-7)

It is a somewhat accepted form of cheating but it is still illegal as this week was full of accusations of sign stealing with a new technological twist that could make things interesting in the MLB.

MLB Week in Review (August 25-31)

The MLB is enjoying a home run surge and at the head of that surge is Giancarlo Stanton who is pursuing one of the best home run seasons ever but where he ends will be a topic of debate for years to come.

MLB Week in Review (August 18-24)

Like every league the MLB is dealing with its own issues, one of them being low enrollment and with that in mind they host the first ever Little League Classic giving Little Leaguers the chance to see some of the best in the world up close.

MLB Week in Review (August 11-17)

The MLB is a slow league to change but the demand is growing for the league to change the way umpiring is done by establishing an automatic strike zone and taking the human element out of the game.

MLB Week in Review (August 4-10)

August in the MLB is a tough time for any player but especially the rookies who are beginning to slow down as the season wears on and the grind begins to take its hold.

MLB Week in Review (July 28-August 3)

The MLB Trade Deadline came and went but unlike other years some big names actually moved as two teams sent a clear message with their trades adding big names to their teams to make a serious run at the title.

BBHOF Profile: Ivan Rodriguez

Catching is one of the most unique roles in the game of baseball and for many of the best they can ride through the league without having everything but the ones who can do it all become first ballot Hall of Famers.

BBHOF Profile: Jeff Bagwell

Making it into the Baseball Hall of Fame for a power hitter from the steroid era is a tough thing to do but after years of waiting Jeff Bagwell is there as a member of the Class of 2017.

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