MLB Week in Review (April 21-27)

The scars of the MLB’s steroid era are still around as every player performing at a higher level than most faces the accusations of steroid use and it hasn’t changed this year.

MLB Week in Review (April 7-13)

After some big retirements last year it’s now time for a new generation to officially take over and begin a new era in the MLB and that era will be slightly different as the new generation has a new attitude about the sport.

MLB Week in Review (April 2-6)

The MLB season is officially underway and in only one week the biggest news is the attempted sale of the Miami Marlins by an owner that never really endeared himself to any city he was a part of and ever team he owned.

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.

MLB Week in Review (May 20-26)

Despite the thought by so many, effort in baseball is a constant struggle as teams and managers look to get that perfect effort from players and aren’t always successful.

2016 MLB Preview: NL East

After years of being ruled by one team or another the National League East is beginning to get interesting as the National League champs try to defend their title.

MLB Week in Review (October 23-29)

The talk over the last few years around the MLB is the arrival of the second dead ball era that has come quickly throughout the league.

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.

2015 MLB Preview: NL East

The National League East is a strange division in the MLB as the competition is nowhere near the level of other divisions and yet they produce strong teams every year.

MLB Week in Review (March 31-April 4)

Another season is hear as the rumours and the analysis would go out the window as the players were simply allowed to play. A few surprising starts would highlight the first week of the season as teams considered the worst in the league would launch themselves to the top of their divisions. Miami, Seattle, and Houston would all find themselves at the top of their divisions. All three of these teams were seen as three of the worst teams in the league but would start much better than many expected.

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