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.

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2017 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League was once the most dominant division in the sports but that era is over but that doesn’t mean that these teams aren’t still putting in some great performances as they look to do the same in 2017.

MLB Week in Review (August 12-18)

The debate over awards has already begun as the Cy Young Award is one of the most interesting with the AL race eating up and a relief pitcher in the mix.

2016 MLB Preview: AL East

The AL East will always be the most watched division in the MLB and as a result every team will always put up a fight in what looks like yet another tough battle for the division.

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.

MLB Week in Review (July 31-August 6)

In every sport there is usually a thick rulebook that almost nobody has read completely through that govern the game.

MLB Week in Review (June 26-July 2)

It’s just about that time again as the MLB shuts down for most of the week to celebrate the best of the best in the game.

2015 MLB Preview: AL West

The American League West seemed to be headed towards being the most consistent division in the MLB but that has all fallen apart.

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 (June 7-13)

Baseball is many times not considered the most intense of sports as it sees a slow pace with pure precision. It is less about getting pumped up for a game and more about getting into a calm zone where players can see everything in slow motion. After all baseball is a game where an inch one way or the other can make a world of difference. A pitcher is always looking for that extra inch or less to fool the batter while the batter is looking for that extra inch between a single and a home run.

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