1. The Future Of Carl Crawford

    Yankee fans who are expecting Carl Crawford to sign with the New York Yankees next offseason are simply setting themselves up for disappointment, as there’s simply no reason the Yankees should consider him...

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  2. The Top 10 Pitchers In Major League Baseball

    This generation of players in the MLB has a load of talented pitchers. It seems like every year another team is boasting that they have the next great pitcher...

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  3. How a Bullpen Should Work

    The modern baseball era has brought forth many changes to America’s pastime. These changes include the Designated Hitter (DH), the wild card, and an abundance of new statistics...

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  4. The New Minnesota Twins

    This offseason is a prime example as why Twins fans should be excited to have their own stadium. The Twins franchise finally showed that they were willing to raise their payroll...

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  5. 2010 Season: My New York Mets Outlook

    Like most Yankees fans, I have become almost accustomed to making fun of the Mets’ lack of success. However, recently, I have felt the strange need to defend them...

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  6. What We Have Learned from Opening Day

    With opening day behind us, there are many sports analysts trying to tell us what we learned. Some sports writers and fans are ready to cast judgments on how the season will unfold based on one game...

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  7. The Clutch Myth and Why We Buy Into It

    It has become impossible to watch a baseball game without hearing the term “clutch” uttered by an announcer or baseball expert. While never defined, being clutch is understood as a player who performs well under pressure...

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