2018 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West quickly rose to become one of the best divisions in baseball and with improvements to many of the teams in the division that role could only be starting to take hold.

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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: NL West

The National League West has been defined by the best rivalry in baseball but the other teams in the division continue to make strides towards rebuilding and getting into the division hunt.

MLB Week in Review (July 15-21)

The MLB is watching their image closely as they sent a memo out this week regarding the arguments that are becoming more prevalent throughout the league.

2016 MLB Preview: NL West

The NL West has always been a division highlighted by a battle between two top teams but this year there may be a third team throwing their hats into the ring making this battle more interesting.

MLB Week in Review (October 9-15)

The first round is over as the last four teams all play for the pennant and a chance to play for the World Series.

MLB Week in Review (August 21-27)

The postseason race continues in the MLB with teams running to the end of the season and looking to find their way to the postseason.

2015 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West is home to the new dynasty in the MLB but it is far from a division dominated by that team.

MLB Week in Review (June 28-July 4)

75 years ago this week the MBL world would see one of the most transformative moments in baseball history. This week would mark the anniversary of a speech made by Lou Gehrig that has become one of the staples in the history of the league. The speech was made when Gehrig, one of the best players of his generation, was forced to retire. Gehrig was one of the best hitters in the game with a .340 career batting average.

MLB Week in Review (June 14-20)

It is a funny thing in sports when fans watch players and get attached to them, it is just a symptom of fandom. Fans in all sports can be a little crazy and over the top but there is a true love for their team and the players on their team. We all get attached to the teams we follow and although we may not have anything on the line there is still a sense that a lot is riding on the game we are watching.

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