MLB Week in Review (August 24-30)

The September Call-ups are coming but two of the top prospects in the league might not see the field any time soon thanks to teams trying to keep control of their prospects.

2018 MLB Preview: AL East

The AL East is the most watched division in the league and for another year the two teams that have always led the way in interest will continue to be the focus.

2018 MLB Preview: NL East

The National League hasn’t been one of the better divisions with teams throughout the division struggling in the midst of injuries or a rebuild but with the tide rising the time for the Nationals might be coming to an end.

MLB Week in Review (October 20-26)

The World Series is underway and it has been wild so far as two teams face off looking to end their droughts which has become a theme in the MLB over the last few years.

MLB Week in Review (September 29-October 5)

The MLB Preseason is underway and the theme of the regular season is continuing into a time of the year when pitchers tend to have the upper hand as the year of the offence continues.

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 (August 11-17)

The MLB is a slow league to change but the demand is growing for the league to change the way umpiring is done by establishing an automatic strike zone and taking the human element out of the game.

MLB Week in Review (July 14-20)

This week gave a glimpse into the hierarchy that exists in the MLB and in all sports as one player spoke out and was essentially forgotten about while another did the same two weeks ago and was cut.

MLB Week in Review (June 23-29)

Locker rooms are a constant balance of personalities as struggling teams try to keep the mood up but when things go wrong it becomes tougher which the Cubs got a lesson in the this week.

2017 MLB Preview: NL East

the National League East used to provide one team that was a contender every year and that team stayed on top but the division is now changing as a new team is on top but can’t seem to make a bigger impact.

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