2014 MLB Preview: NL East

The National League East is a strange division that includes some of the best teams in the MLB along with some of the worst. There are strong teams that have fallen off in recent years and teams that have rarely even been in the hunt. Meanwhile there are teams that look as if they will be the World Series Champions year after year. A lot of teams have found their way to the top of the division over the years but there is one that stands out amongst the rest.

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MLB Week in Review (October 5-11)

The MLB Postseason is through the first two rounds as four teams are ready to fight for the league championships and their spot in the World Series. The postseason has had surprises and great performances like any other postseason but one theme seems to be making itself known. Pitching in the regular season has been one of the hottest topics of debate with teams consistently limited pitch counts. Throughout the regular season managers would be wary of letting their top pitching talent put too much wear on their arm.

2013 MLB Preview: NL East

The National League East is a division that is a good cross section of the MLB with teams doing it right and doing it wrong. The MLB is full of these teams that can show how to properly build a team and how to drive a team into the ground. In no division is there more of these teams than in the NL East were new powers are emerging and old powers are freefalling.

MLB Week in Review (July 7-13)

This past week the MLB took a break to honour and display the best of the best in the league so far this year. The All-Star break is the unofficial halfway mark of the season, as the true halfway point is 81 games which is usually reached a week before the All-Star game. The game has become a staple in almost all leagues and in the MLB it is no different as they look to showcase the top players in the league.

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