2017 MLB Preview: NL Central

The National League Central has a new king and they might just be starting a new era of baseball in the division while a number of teams look to change that as they head into a new season.

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2016 MLB Preview: NL Central

It has regularly been one of the best divisions to watch in the MLB as the NL Central continues to have one of the best division battles in all of baseball and that pattern moves into 2016.

2015 MLB Preview: NL Central

If you’re picking the most exciting division in baseball after just the off-season it has to be the NL Central as another teams has entered an already thrilling division race.

2014 MLB Preview: NL Central

The MLB is becoming more and more even every year that passes as more teams continue to put their hat in the ring. The NL Central was a perfect expression of this in 2013 when they had one of the best division battles in the MLB. Out of the five teams in the division there were three that continued to fight for the division until the final days of the season. In the past this was always limited to the top two teams as the rest of the teams were put to the bottom to fight it out for third place. It was like that for years until the Pittsburgh Pirates threw their names into the title race.

MLB Week in Review (August 3-9)

The MLB Week in Review has been full of Biogenesis information in the last few weeks and the last thing I wanted to keep harping on was the scandal. There really is no bigger story than the scandal though and this week it reached what might be its peak. There is no real need to explain what the scandal is all about as it has been harped on multiple times. Essentially an “Anti-Aging” clinic lead by Tony Bosch named Biogenesis would supply steroids to multiple athletes.

MLB Week in Review (July 20-26)

The story will not go away and it does not seem to be slowing down as Biogenesis may be talked about for years to come. As was mentioned in previous posts the MLB has started to focus on another massive scandal in baseball. It started in the offseason when the Florida based Anti-Aging clinic, Biogenesis, went bankrupt and reports began to come out that they were providing PEDs while they were in business.

MLB Week in Review (July 6-12)

A few weeks ago The Sport Addiction would post a MLB Week in Review about Biogenesis and the hunt for cheaters that the MLB was undertaking. The MLB was looking at Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic in Florida that had reportedly sold steroids to a number of players in the MLB. Major League Baseball would spend the majority of the offseason downplaying the comments of Anthony Bosch, the former owner of Biogenesis.

5 things to watch in 2012 (MLB Preview)

The Boys of summer are coming back as Major League Baseball kicks off another season. Last year gave everyone enough to talk about as the season came down to the very end. With such a long season the playoffs rarely come down to the very last day but that is exactly what happened in 2011.

What a Finish (2011 MLB Review)

MLB Baseball is the longest season in professional sports in terms of games as every team plays almost every day during the summer for a total of 162 games. This for many would mean that there is little to no chance of a tight finish as after 162 games there would be the haves and the have nots by the end of the season. This is of course far from the truth as the MLB Playoff race has become one of the most entertaining aspects to the game every year. This was not changed in 2011 as the playoff race came down to the very last day of the regular season in both leagues.

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