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The 2013 NL East Offseason
This article is part of the series "2013 in the Major Leagues: The Shoot-Outs in the East". November of 2012 through February of 2013 has proven to be an exciting offseason in terms of regrouping for the...
- Posted 91 days ago
Nationals Strike Big With Soriano
Last week the Washington Nationals catapulted their bullpen into elite status by signing Rafael Soriano to a two-year, $28 million deal. The contract puts Soriano in the books as the second highest ever received by a relief...
- Posted 93 days ago
A Power Shift in the American League
Whether you look to the celestial bodies or reference cold hard stats; it’s hard to ignore the signs of change to the race of the top of the AL. The reign of the perennial power house is,...
- Posted 104 days ago
Injury Updates: New York and Boston
After a three and a half hour rain delay in New York, the Yankees and Red Sox are only in the 4th inning of the final game to this series. Boston has won the first two, and...
- Posted 715 days ago
Angels Acquire Wells from Toronto; Jays Flip Napoli to Texas
The Angels had what could only be described as a disappointing 2010 season. The team spent just over $121 Million on payroll and finished 80-82, third place in the AL West and 10.0 games behind the first...
- Posted 850 days ago
Yankees Notes: Soriano Reaction, Chamberlain Starting
The New York Yankees have certainly had what could only be described as an interesting offseason. They missed out on their biggest target, been criticized by many for failing to making a major move, and arguably have...
- Posted 860 days ago
Evaluating & Predicting the Top 50 Free Agents
Predictions are tough to make with any degree of accuracy. If they weren’t, I’d go place a few bets in Las Vegas and come away rich enough that I’d never need to work again. But then again,...
- Posted 927 days ago