2015 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has always been the toughest division in the MLB but that title is quickly falling away.

MLB Week in Review (October 4-10)

It seems like only recently that the second round of the MLB postseason was beginning and teams were starting their march towards the World Series. Now the second round is over as the Division Series are done and only four teams remain in the hunt. Heading into the division series there was still a lot unknown about every team in the postseason. There was a lot of talk about who could make it and what they would do but in reality nobody ever knows.

2014 MLB Postseason Preview

After 6 months there are only ten teams left fighting for the World Series crown as they came through the season as the best teams in the league. It was a great race this year as it went down to the last day to determine some of the last teams and the positioning. The last day of the season had four teams trying to work their way into the best spot possible to take a post season spot. Now with the race finally finished it is time to play October baseball where legends are created.

MLB Week in Review (September 20-26)

The long marathon of an MLB season is closing out and the postseason race is ending in the next few days. After six months teams are finally at the end of the season where they find out where they stand. The postseason race in the National League is over with positioning the only thing left to determine while in the American League the race is down to only one spot in the postseason.

2014 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has long been considered the best division in baseball as they have regularly seen teams at the top of the league. The division contains some of the most legendary teams in the MLB and every year they seem to be on top of the league. That can make it extremely difficult for teams to make a run at the top of the division. With the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox constantly winning the division the other teams find it hard to break through and win.

2013 MLB Year in Review

The Boston Red Sox are standing at the top of the MLB world once again as they would win their 8th World Series in franchise history. The Red Sox would complete a worst to first season after it seemed that they were on the decline as a franchise. The year before the Red Sox had fallen to the bottom of the East division after revelations of the actions in the locker room known as the Beer and Chickengate by some.

MLB Week in Review (August 24-30)

September is almost here and that means the last month of the MLB season as teams race to the postseason. The last month of the season has been a thrilling one in the past as there are only few games left for someone to make a run at the postseason. In 2011 September would get one of its best races in recent memory. Going into the last month of the season the Boston Red Sox would look to be in complete control of the AL wild card.

MLB Week in Review (April 20-26)

The sports world has seen a change in the players that step on the field or the ice or the diamond. The old way of doing things was always about bringing in experienced or older players because that is the way you won games. It was all about getting players who have been there before and who have experienced everything to experience in the sport. Young players were not as valued as they needed a lot more time to develop and become a good player in the pros.

2013 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has always been one of the best divisions in the MLB with multiple teams regularly making the playoffs. It seemed for the longest time that the wild card team would always be the runner-up in the AL East. The winner would also be a favorite to win the World Series every year. It became the toughest division in baseball with great teams all fighting for a spot in the playoffs and a few falling through the cracks.

2013 MLB Preview: 5 Things to Watch

The 2013 season is right around the corner and once again teams are beginning to gear up for a run at the World Series. For the next 6 months teams will deal with injuries, downslides, and the unknown that could turn their seasons in a completely different direction. The season will always have its ups and downs and it will always be those teams who can manage the ups and downs who can win the World Series.

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