MLB Week in Review (May 11-17)

The MLB has been like every other major sports league has kept betting at an arm’s length but with the recent Supreme Court decision will force them to reconcile a potential business opportunity with a checkered past.

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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.

2016 MLB Preview: AL East

The AL East will always be the most watched division in the MLB and as a result every team will always put up a fight in what looks like yet another tough battle for the division.

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 (July 26-August 1)

The trade deadline in many sports is one of the premiere events of the season as teams trade major pieces as they prepare for a playoff run or for a new season. In the MLB it is quickly becoming one of the most exciting times of the year, and at no better time with the league entering the dog days of summer. This year the day took on a new level as two top pitchers were on the block and their teams were ready to let them go.

2014 MLB Preview: AL East

The American League East has long been considered the best division in baseball as they have regularly seen teams at the top of the league. The division contains some of the most legendary teams in the MLB and every year they seem to be on top of the league. That can make it extremely difficult for teams to make a run at the top of the division. With the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox constantly winning the division the other teams find it hard to break through and win.

MLB Week in Review (September 28-October 4)

The MLB season finished up this week and once again it would go to the final day, plus one more, to figure out the postseason picture. The MLB season is a 162 game marathon that takes a full 6 months to finish and can be a real grind on players and on fans. There are points in the season where the long grind gets to players and fans in the Dogs Days of Summer.

2013 MLB Postseason Preview

Another year under the new system and another thrilling result as the two-wild card system once again came down to the end of the year. The new system has been a successful one so far with plenty of drama near the end of the season. The system was created to do exactly that as they were hoping to create more competition at the end of the season and avoid the boring Septembers.

MLB Week in Review (August 24-30)

September is almost here and that means the last month of the MLB season as teams race to the postseason. The last month of the season has been a thrilling one in the past as there are only few games left for someone to make a run at the postseason. In 2011 September would get one of its best races in recent memory. Going into the last month of the season the Boston Red Sox would look to be in complete control of the AL wild card.

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