1. Jason Bay and Matt Holliday: What are They Worth?

    Matt Holliday formerly of the St. Louis Cardinals and Jason Bay formerly of the Boston Red Sox are the prize hitters in the 2009 – 2010 free agent market...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about over 4 years ago 549 reads 6 comments

  2. Pedro Martinez Wants To Pitch in 2010

    According to foxsports.com, the agent for Pedro Martinez said Pedro has decided he wants to pitch in 2010. This is future Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez who has racked up 219 wins and only a 100 losses, all in the “Steroid ERA...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about over 4 years ago 204 reads 3 comments

  3. MLB Offseason Is A Time For Hope

    The 2009 MLB season is over and the New York Yankees are World Series champs by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies. It was an exciting playoffs with it’s share of highlights and controversy...

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  4. Atlanta Braves 2009 Off Season

    The Atlanta Braves finished the 2009 Regular Season at 86–76, seven games behind the division leading Philadelphia Phillies...

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  5. Detroit Tigers Have To Trade Miguel Cabrera

    It is time for Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers to be traded out of Detroit for the good of the franchise. He does not need to go because he is slumping or putting up bad numbers, instead he needs to be traded cause he is putting up great numbers...

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  6. Nick Swisher is Killing the Yankees

    Nick Swisher is a one man wrecking crew this postseason, but the problem is he is wrecking his own team the New York Yankees. For the Yankees to win the World Series against the Phillies, Swisher is going to have to step it up or move aside...

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  7. World Series: Still Your Daddy

    The fighting Philadelphia Phillies eliminated the Dodgers in the NLCS 4 Games to 1 and await the winner of the Yankees and Angels in the ALCS. The Yankees currently lead the Angels 3-1 and could wrap it up tonight...

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  8. Ryan Howard is a Post Season Beast

    Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies is just a Beast in the post-season plain and simple. Howard with only 24 post-season games in his career has 22 RBIs and fivehHome runs at the heart of a tough Phillies Lineup...

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  9. World Series Managers Experience Not Needed.

    With Major League Baseball down to the final four teams of the Yankees, Angels, Dodgers, and Phillies it seems the Vegas bookmakers have the most faith in the manager with the least experience...

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  10. MLB Playoffs Is More Like Waiting Game

    The divisional series ended Monday and we are still waiting for the next round of playoffs to get under way. Based on the TBS ratings of the divisional series, the first round seems to be a great success even with the three short series...

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  11. Playoff Baseball Is About the Bullpen

    The first round of the MLB playoffs has concluded tonight, with the Philadelphia Phillies defeating the 2009 Cinderella Colorado Rockies in a late inning nail biter...

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  12. Kansas City Royals Still Need Improving

    The Kansas City Royals' season has come to a close for 2009 and they are not getting any better. The 2009 Royals team, with the possible AL Cy Young in Zack Greinke, finished 10 games worse then the 2008 Royals...

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  13. Final MLB Standings, MLB Payroll, MLB Attendance for 2009

    The final MLB Standings for 2009 along with the 2009 opening day payroll. I also added the average attendance for teams across MLB. The top payroll teams are in 1st place and in charge of the divisions...

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  14. Florida Marlins Could Fire Manager After Today

    Jeffrey Loria, the owner of the Marlins, seems to be upset that his team did not make the 2009 postseason. He is so mad he may even fire manager Fredi Gonzalez in the upcoming weeks...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about almost 5 years ago 58 reads 2 comments

  15. Colorado Rockies May Need Coors Field Magic for Post-Season

    If the Rockies make it as a Wild Card or Division Winner, the Coors Field seating will be at a premium as fans will all want to see the magical season continue...

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  16. Chicago White Sox Trades Turn Out Half Right

    Kenny Williams the General Manager of the Chicago White Sox made two key deals this year, one for Jake Peavy and the other for Alex Rios. These deals were going to give the White Sox an added boost for the playoff stretch and for years down the road...

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  17. Baltimore Orioles as Bad as the Pittsburgh Pirates

    The Pittsburgh Pirates who have had their 17th consecutive losing season this year has been labeled the worst franchise in all of sports not just Baseball...

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  18. MLB Expansion: A Necessary Step

    The MLB should expand to 32 teams. This will make divisions even (four divisions of four in each league or two divisions of eight)...

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  19. MLB Playoffs: Who Should Be In?

    With only a handful of MLB playoff games left and the matchups almost set, I want to look at the teams that should have been in. If the season ended today, the Yankees, Red Sox, Tigers, and Angels would be in in the American League...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about almost 5 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  20. Boston Red Sox GM Theo Epstein Will Have a Busy Winter

    The Boston Red Sox just got swept by the New York Yankees and has lost 9 out of the last 10 against its most hated rivals...

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  21. Minnesota Twins Must Try to Keep Mauer

    The other day when I wrote about the possible offseason trades I started getting emails about Joe Mauer being traded to the Yankees or Red Sox in the upcoming offseason...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about almost 5 years ago 44 reads 1 comments

  22. Cincinnati Reds September Sorrows

    The Cincinnati Reds are having a rough September and its not cause they are in a playing slump. The Reds are currently 12-8 in the month of September and have beaten other teams besides the worse off Pirates...

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  23. Tommy Hanson shuts out Cardinals Trifecta

    The St. Louis Cardinals could lock up the Trifecta of Major League Baseball awards MVP, CY Young, and Rookie of the Year. That is until the Braves Tommy Hanson has pitched his way into the Rookie of the year favorite...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about almost 5 years ago 78 reads 2 comments

  24. MLB Interleague Play Schedule for 2010

    Today Major League Baseball released its 2010 Schedule and along with that I have the InterLegaue play break down. You will get some new fan friendly Matchups as part of Interleague play like the Minnesota vs...

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  25. MLB revenue rising, but are the fans happy?

    Major League Baseball revenue has been on the rise ever since the 1994-95 strike came to a end. This upward trend shows no signs of slowing down as even in these economic times the business of baseball is still healthy...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Mckillop about almost 5 years ago 760 reads 4 comments