Day: February 19, 2023

Brief Look Into the Cubs Rotation

Starters, Relievers, and Closers. The Chicago Cubs are one of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball. While their recent success has been mixed, the Cubs may have a reason for optimism regarding their pitching depth. Marcus Stroman anchors the Cubs’ starting rotation. Stroman relies on location and movement to get outs. He has […]

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Reynaldo Lopez is Ready For a Career Year

Reynaldo Lopez is going into his seventh season with the Chicago White Sox in 2023. As a whole, “Reylo” has seen some very high highs but also some very low lows. 2022 was by far the best season he has ever had in Major League Baseball. Instead of using Lopez as a starter last year, […]

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Joc Pederson: A Utility Nightmare In San Francisco

Joc Pederson is a beast; he can do just about anything he puts his mind to. He can thrive in the infield, outfield… even in a DH spot. Now he is destined to add first base to that list. In the second half of the Giants season, Joc was seen taking pregame repetitions at first. […]

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Who Should Be The Nationals Opening Day Starter?

One of the most fundamental questions during Spring Training is who will be the opening day starter. Sometimes, this question is a straightforward one to answer. Other times, it feels as though no one deserves the opportunity. For the Nationals, this question used to have very little thought behind it. It would be Max Scherzer. […]

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Five Storylines to Follow Throughout Braves Spring Training

As pitchers, catchers, and a majority of position players have begun to report to camp over the past few days, Spring Training has officially begun, which means Opening Day is just around the corner. For many teams, Spring Training signifies hope, as they can see top prospects get action against Major League competition before being […]

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Top 5 Questions for the Red Sox Heading into 2023

The Boston Red Sox had an extremely lackluster 2022 season that saw playoff aspirations dwindle into severe mediocrity. As the team looks forward to the 2023 campaign, there will be major questions that the team, fans, and media will all be asking. Here are my top 5: 5. Will Alex Verdugo Finally Put Together a […]

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Weekly Notes for the Nationals

February 15 marked the official start of Spring Training for the Washington Nationals as they had their first full workout with all pitchers and catchers. Let’s take a look at the headlines that have been running around the Nationals this past week. Young Starting Pitchers Healthy and Ready to Compete MacKenzie Gore and Cade Cavalli […]

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Breaking Down the 2023 Detroit Tigers Schedule

The 2023 Detroit Tigers schedule was finalized on Thursday, and just like the many rule changes making their debut in 2023, there are multiple changes to the schedule compared to 2022. This article is intended to help showcase the new activities and other changes to the 2023 calendar, which can be seen below. Expanded Interleague […]

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