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Josiah Gray Impresses vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Washington Nationals’ 24-year-old starting pitcher Josiah Gray threw six scoreless innings, with five strikeouts and no walks surrendered, improving to a 0.73 ERA this Spring. The right-hander totaled 85 pitches, his highest pitch count in four games pitched. The Cardinals collected four hits off Gray, including one extra-base hit off the bat of third baseman […]

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The Braves Curious Shortstop Decision

Entering spring training, the Braves have exactly one position that wasn’t filled by an incumbent player… shortstop. After seven seasons in Atlanta, shortstop Dansby Swanson signed with the Chicago Cubs this offseason for a whopping seven years and $177 million. Although the Braves would have loved to keep Swanson, Swanson was never going to accept […]

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Hillsboro Hops Set to Build New Ballpark

The Hillsboro Hops, the High-A affiliate for the Diamondbacks, are set to build a new ballpark to meet the new standards set by MLB when they realigned the minor leagues. In a press conference, Hops President and General Manager K.L. Wombacher said that when they signed the new professional development league contract with MLB in […]

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The Biggest Story for Every AL Team Heading into the 2023 Season

With the 2023 MLB regular season on the horizon, there are stories to be discussed. Every fan wonders how their team will perform or if their favorite player will get even better; we are no exception. In this article, we will be giving you all one story to pay attention to for every single team […]

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Should Andrew Painter Get Tommy John Surgery?

Coming into Spring Training, optimism was incredibly high in the Philadelphia Phillies camp in Clearwater, Florida. The team had just come off an unexpected trip to the World Series. They signed arguably the best shortstop in the game in Trea Turner over the winter and boasted the top pitching prospect in all of baseball. Andrew […]

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Rockies Sign Jurickson Profar To 1-Year Deal

With the injury of 26-year-old outfielder Sean Bouchard, who is expected to miss some time this season, the Rockies on Sunday signed veteran outfielder Jurickson Profar to a one-year, $7.75 million contract. Multiple reports say that Profar will be Colorado’s starting left fielder. Kris Bryant is expected to move from left field to right field, […]

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Dylan Dodd, from Unknown Prospect to Fifth Starter?

The battle to be a starter in the rotation is heightened once Spring Training begins. Pitchers from last season are put on the mound to be observed, and so are those who are considered eligible prospects. Ian Anderson has been a pitcher for the ATL Braves since 2020. And despite his overall success in the […]

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Who Will be the Opening Day Starter for the Nationals?

With Opening Day just ten days away, MLB managers now have the possible headache of choosing the team’s Opening Day Starter. Some teams have an easy choice, while others don’t. For the majority of the last decade, the Nationals had it easy. Stephen Strasburg won the battle in 2012, and he was the guy for […]

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Yankees Facing Roster Decisions

Finding the Best Twenty-Six Men Opening Day is right around the corner. The New York Yankees play the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, March 30th, at Yankee Stadium, and difficult roster decisions are looming on the immediate horizon. The most difficult decision is the top-ranked Yankees prospect, Anthony Volpe. Volpe is a fan favorite to […]

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2023 All World Baseball Classic Team

2023 All World Baseball Classic Team

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The Biggest Story for Every AL Team Heading into the 2023 Season

With the 2023 MLB regular season on the horizon, there are stories to be discussed. Every fan wonders how their team will perform or if their favorite player will get even better; we are no exception. In this article, we will be giving you all one story to pay attention to for every single team […]

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Yankees Facing Roster Decisions

Finding the Best Twenty-Six Men Opening Day is right around the corner. The New York Yankees play the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, March 30th, at Yankee Stadium, and difficult roster decisions are looming on the immediate horizon. The most difficult decision is the top-ranked Yankees prospect, Anthony Volpe. Volpe is a fan favorite to […]

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Mets Claim 26-Year-Old RHP From Twins

On March 17, the Mets claimed right-handed reliever Dennis Santana from the Minnesota Twins. Santana, who turns 27 next month, has pitched in five MLB seasons, including a career-high 63 games in 2022 for the Rangers. His basic stats–a 5.22 ERA and 76 ERA+–don’t show a particularly strong pitcher, but the underlying statistics show something […]

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This Player Could Be on the Fast Track to the Detroit Tigers if…

Currently ranked the #2 prospect in the Detroit Tigers prospect pool, 2B/3B Jace Jung (pronounced Young) has the makings of a solid to good hitter. The question is with defensive limits, where will Jung wind up playing, 2B or 3B? Yet, that is a good problem for the organization to find and figure out. Jung’s […]

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2023 All World Baseball Classic Team

2023 All World Baseball Classic Team

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Josiah Gray Impresses vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Washington Nationals’ 24-year-old starting pitcher Josiah Gray threw six scoreless innings, with five strikeouts and no walks surrendered, improving to a 0.73 ERA this Spring. The right-hander totaled 85 pitches, his highest pitch count in four games pitched. The Cardinals collected four hits off Gray, including one extra-base hit off the bat of third baseman […]

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The Braves Curious Shortstop Decision

Entering spring training, the Braves have exactly one position that wasn’t filled by an incumbent player… shortstop. After seven seasons in Atlanta, shortstop Dansby Swanson signed with the Chicago Cubs this offseason for a whopping seven years and $177 million. Although the Braves would have loved to keep Swanson, Swanson was never going to accept […]

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Hillsboro Hops Set to Build New Ballpark

The Hillsboro Hops, the High-A affiliate for the Diamondbacks, are set to build a new ballpark to meet the new standards set by MLB when they realigned the minor leagues. In a press conference, Hops President and General Manager K.L. Wombacher said that when they signed the new professional development league contract with MLB in […]

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Should Andrew Painter Get Tommy John Surgery?

Coming into Spring Training, optimism was incredibly high in the Philadelphia Phillies camp in Clearwater, Florida. The team had just come off an unexpected trip to the World Series. They signed arguably the best shortstop in the game in Trea Turner over the winter and boasted the top pitching prospect in all of baseball. Andrew […]

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