MLB Week in Review (June 2-8)

Bryce Harper was in the news again and this time it was about a comment made regarding his potential free agency that launched a debate about the best free agency class ever.

2017 MLB Preview: AL West

The American League West looked like it was headed to becoming a very competitive division but it never panned out leaving one team on top which is where they hope to stay at the end of 2017 despite the rising of a few teams in the west.

MLB Week in Review (August 19-25)

A superstar from the NFL is looking to become a star in the MLB but his quest to play a second sport has been met with scepticism as his tryout looms.

MLB Week in Review (April 19-25)

In sports many times it is thought that newer is better when it comes to any aspect of the game from players to uniforms to systems. That rings true for the stadiums in sports as well with leagues seeing newer and better stadiums going up almost every year. The stadiums for all of the leagues are beginning to become their own small theme parks. There are more seats than ever while the amenities inside can range from great and unique food to massive stores with any type of merchandise.

2014 MLB Preview: AL West

The American League West was much like its counterpart from the National League as there was a sense that it was falling behind the other divisions. When trying to earn a spot against the AL East it can be a difficult road as it essentially means that the division is the best bet to make the postseason. That can be said for every division but with only two Wild Card spots and the East consistently in the hunt for both other divisions make their division race much more important.

MLB Week in Review (April 14-20)

Major League Baseball is a league full of great history and they love to point it out every chance they get. The MLB dates back before the 20th century as the official date of the first MLB team, The Cincinnati Red Stockings, is 1869. Since that point there have been many changes in the league with TV coming into play in the late 1900s and money going up.

5 things to watch in 2012 (MLB Preview)

The Boys of summer are coming back as Major League Baseball kicks off another season. Last year gave everyone enough to talk about as the season came down to the very end. With such a long season the playoffs rarely come down to the very last day but that is exactly what happened in 2011.

Pujols Leaving on a High Note? (World Series Preview)

The Fall Classic is set and it will be a thriller as both teams have come this far through their offence. Both the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals have outhit their opponents in the playoffs and have relied on some key pitching to win their games. With two offensive powerhouses in the World Series the Fall Classic should be a lights out series with plenty of offence to keep the fans interested.

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