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.

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MLB Week in Review (May 29-June 4)

The MLB season has made its way through two months and plenty of patterns are emerging as the first quarter of the season is finished.

MLB Week in Review (May 15-21)

Patience is wearing thin in the MLB this year as not even the second month of the regular season has been finished and already two teams have changed their managers.

MLB Week in Review (April 24-30)

The MLB season started with some controversy as Josh Hamilton had been acquitted of any punishment after violating the league’s drug abuse policy.

MLB Week in Review (April 4-9)

The new MLB season is finally here after a month of great weather and great baseball in Arizona and Florida for Spring Training.

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.

2014 MLB Preview: AL West

The American League West was much like its counterpart from the National League as there was a sense that it was falling behind the other divisions. When trying to earn a spot against the AL East it can be a difficult road as it essentially means that the division is the best bet to make the postseason. That can be said for every division but with only two Wild Card spots and the East consistently in the hunt for both other divisions make their division race much more important.

2013 MLB Preview: AL West

The West is looking to rule this time around as there are a number of teams looking for their chance to represent the division in the postseason. The American League West is likely the only division that can even challenge the American League East for the title of the best division in baseball. They are making an even better case for it as the season approaches with teams making moves and winning games.

MLB Week in Review (May 5–11)

Over the last two weeks I have written about the great performances of pitchers in what is looking like the year of the pitcher 2.0. With a perfect game and a no-hitter in the last two weeks pitchers and defence looked to be taking over for yet another year. This week though the offence showed some signs of life as yet another milestone was broken except this time it was a batter who broke it.

Pujols Leaving on a High Note? (World Series Preview)

The Fall Classic is set and it will be a thriller as both teams have come this far through their offence. Both the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals have outhit their opponents in the playoffs and have relied on some key pitching to win their games. With two offensive powerhouses in the World Series the Fall Classic should be a lights out series with plenty of offence to keep the fans interested.

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