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.

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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 (April 8-14)

The Kansas City Royals began a trend that is taking hold more than ever after their World Series wins as every team is looking for that monster bullpen.

MLB Week in Review (June 12-18)

The sports world is just getting over “Deflategate,” at least until the NFL returns in September, but leave to MLB to fill the gap in sports controversy.

2015 MLB Preview: NL West

The National League West is home to the new dynasty in the MLB but it is far from a division dominated by that team.

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.

An Interesting Four Games (2012 World Series)

The World Series has always been a great series and in 2012 it was not different as another champion was crowned in the MLB. The series may not have been as good as last year or the year before that or basically most series.

MLB Week in Review (October 20-26)

The Detroit Tigers made quick work of the New York Yankees before last week leaving on series to be figured out. The St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants would fight it out at the beginning of the week to determine the opponents of the Tigers. The series seemed to be over pretty quickly almost as quick as the Yankees-Tigers series.

2012 World Series Preview

The Postseason for the MLB is always a great and this year was no different with plenty of drama to follow. With comebacks and breakout players there have been great stories but many have also been followed by injuries and disappointment. Depending on your team you are elated at the results or dumbfounded. It is just another year in the MLB Postseason much like nay other and like any other year a trend has emerged.

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