MLB Week in Review (August 10-16)

The MLB is heading to the end of the season with teams at very different ends of the spectrum and those two ends of the spectrum might cause some fireworks like they did this week.

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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 (May 27-June 2)

The MLB is full of different styles of players and teams always trying to use them in the best way including changing the way many think about a lead-off hitter.

2016 Baseball Hall of Fame Preview

The Baseball Hall of Fame announces its Class of 2016 in another very complicated ballot that includes potential first balloters and controversial figures.

MLB Week in Review (July 17-23)

The MLB trade deadline is only a week away but as with anything in sports the deadline is a source of contention for many.

MLB Week in Review (May 8-14)

Only a week after Alex Rodriguez became the fourth best home run hitter in MLB history to once again complicate the history of the MLB another complicated home run hitter is making news.

MLB Week in Review (May 1-7)

The MLB is a league full of complicated characters but none are more complicated than that of Alex Rodriguez.

MLB Week in Review (April 5-11)

This week would mark a very important date in the history of the MLB as April 8th would mark the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth’s home run record. On April 8th 1974 “Hammerin’ Hank” would hit his 715th career home run breaking a record that had stood since Babe Ruth hit his last home run in 1935. It was a changing period for the MLB a time that the world was changing around the league.

2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Preview

The 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame Class is missing from the Baseball Hall of Fame in a rare move for the voters. In 2013 no player was elected by the voters as only three players would hear their named called and all were by the veteran’s committee. It was a strange thing to see when the Hall of Fame class was announced for 2013 but it was for a reason. The Baseball writers were sending a message to those eligible for the Hall of Fame that cheating would not be tolerated.

MLB Week in Review (July 27-August 2)

This past week the tradition would continue as fans flocked to Cooperstown to see the legends that created the MLB. The Baseball Hall of Fame is a celebration of what the MLB treasures most, their history. It is a place where the best and worst of the league are displayed, still waiting for the steroid era display, for all to find out how the league became what it is today.

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