MLB Week in Review (July 13-19)

The MLB All-Star break was anything but uneventful as the rumours swirled and a big trade was finalized making one of the worst times on the sports calendar one of the craziest.

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MLB Week in Review (July 6-12)

The MLB is headed to the All-Star break and a big part of that break is the Home Run Derby but that event has become increasingly tough to get people to participate in for the best players.

MLB Week in Review (June 29-July 5)

The MLB is headed to the unofficial halfway point of the season and as the All-Star break approaches the postseason battles for the postseason could not be any more different in either league.

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.

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 (June 3-9)

This week the MLB saw another fight which is becoming more common in a new era of the MLB where the unwritten rules are becoming a hiding spot for immaturity.

MLB Week in Review (April 22-28)

The MLB may be over with the official steroid era but that doesn’t mean that the league is over dealing with the issues that the era brought with it.

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 (August 16-22)

The MLB postseason race is heating up with just over a month to go until October baseball determines the next champion. As of right now nobody is mathematically eliminated, although plenty of teams are looking at an end to their season sooner than the rest. As the regular season begins to close out and teams start to solidify themselves as postseason contenders everyone begins to look at one of the most important aspects of entering the playoffs.

MLB Week in Review (August 9-15)

The MLB owners had a major decision to make this week when they decided who would succeed Bud Selig as the Commissioner of baseball. For more than two decades Bud Selig has ruled over the game of baseball. He has overseen the expansion of the postseason and the introduction of interleague play. His lasting legacy remains to be seen but most likely it will be one of success where the MLB went from a league with constant labour instability to relative calm and plenty of success. The league is still going through a major television boom to help them become a serious player in the major sports league sin North America.

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