1. 40 Most Horrifying Comebackers in Baseball History

    Baseball, like any sport, has its risks and dangers associated with it. The players aren't tackling each other many times a game like in football, but there is always the risk of injury...

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  2. 50 Greatest Baseball Video Games of All Time

    Over the years, video games have evolved from simple pixels to hyper-realistic displays. Baseball games have done much the same, going from a white pixel that was probably a ball to the games on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3...

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  3. 15 Most Ridiculous Fly-Ball FAILS in MLB History

    Sometimes the best videos to watch of baseball plays are not the amazing catches or even the iconic plays, as enjoyable as those would be to watch...

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  4. 25 Most Infamous Routines in Baseball Today

    In baseball, we know of players who have their own specific routines. It may be something subconscious or something very clear, but they are very much well-known...

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  5. MLB Trade Rumors: Each Team's Biggest Trade Bait Still Being Dangled

    The MLB season has officially begun now that almost every major league team has played a game. While most teams are concentrating on getting everyone on the same page, as always, there will be trade rumors out there...

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  6. 40 MLB Players Whose Futures Depend Entirely on 2012

    In baseball, MLB teams have control over their prospects for quite a few years, but by the time they reach their peak, they hit free agency. When star players hit a contract year, all eyes are on them...

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  7. Each MLB Team's Most Crucial Injury Question at Beginning of the Season

    When each MLB season starts, the last thing a team wants to deal with is a significant injury, or worse, a major injury to one of their top players. Yes, a team can work around that...

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  8. 2012 MLB Predictions: All 30 Teams' Odds of Winning the World Series

    In baseball, players may have their own goals. Some may be looking to win an MVP; others may just be looking to make the team. Every player and team has one overall goal, however, and that is to win a World Series...

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  9. MLB Pitching Preview: Power Ranking Each Team's Opening Day Starter

    Opening Day is either just a few short days away or has already happened, depending on whether you count the Seattle-Oakland series as Opening Day in spirit. With Opening Day imminent, starting pitchers are being decided on...

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  10. Ranking Every MLB Team's Top 3 Starters Heading into 2012

    With Opening Day imminent for the 2012 season, every team's fans are going to be looking at the starting rotation to see which five players made the cut this year...

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  11. 25 Most Ridiculous MLB Mascot Moments of All Time

    Whether it's the Phillie Phanatic, Mr. Met, or one of the many others, mascots of Major League Baseball have had their place in the baseball world for the past couple decades...

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  12. Who Will Be Crowned Champion of the MLB WAG Tournament Bracket?

    The 2012 MLB season is set to begin and this year's NCAA college basketball tournament is nearly complete. While that means March Madness is done for the year, it does not mean we have to give up tournaments...

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  13. MLB Trade Scenarios: 10 Players Who Will Be Asking for Trades Before Summer

    When you see MLB trade rumors scattered throughout the web, nine times out of 10 it involves a team looking to gain prospects, find a star, or something of that nature. In other words, it's team driven...

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  14. 50 MLB Stars We Think Will Be Epic Failures in 2012

    Every year, there are ballplayers that just end up having embarrassing seasons. They can come out of nowhere, yet some are a long-time coming and others are players we expect to suck year in and year out...

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  15. Predicting the Full-Season Stats of All 30 MLB Outfields

    David Murphy: 136 G, .274 AVG, 11 HR, 50 RBI - David Murphy's a big step down from the power of Hamilton and Cruz, but he's consistent and serviceable, and his stats should look just like what he's recently put up...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 2 years ago 2,155 reads 10 comments

  16. The 30 Hottest WAGs of MLB Spring Training

    MLB spring training is underway and has been for a couple weeks now. With spring training comes two great parts of the game: ballplayers return to action on the field, and WAGs return to the news...

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  17. The Longest Shot on Each MLB Team to Make the Opening Day Roster

    MLB spring training is the time of year where you get to see three things. First, you see up-and-coming prospects playing alongside guys in their prime. Second, you see old players giving it one last shot alongside guys in their prime...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 2 years ago 1,913 reads 2 comments

  18. MLB Trade/Free Agent Rumors: 8 Hot Deals Still on the Table

    With only a couple of weeks left until the 2012 MLB season starts, teams have their lineups mostly set. Sure, there are position battles and fights to make the 25-man roster, but most teams have a good idea what their lineup will look like...

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  19. 2012 NFL Draft: Ryan Tannehill to Cleveland Browns Is Terrible Move

    Ryan Tannehill has been a huge source of buzz of late, especially in Seattle and Cleveland. After the Washington Redskins traded up to acquire Robert Griffin III, it left Ryan Tannehill as the next-highest mocked quarterback on the board...

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  20. The 100 Greatest Hitters in MLB History

    Baseball has always had its household names, and naturally those household names are going to be some of MLB 's all-time greatest hitters...

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  21. MLB Trade Scenarios: Every Team's Trade Goals for 2012

    Now that spring training has begun and the offseason is essentially over, new players acquired through trades or free agency can get used to their new surroundings. More importantly, the teams can get used to their new players...

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  22. MLB Free Agency: Grading Every MLB Team's Lineup Changes

    This past MLB offseason, like any other, has seen a great amount of change come to the lineups of every team out there...

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  23. Every MLB Team's Least Marketable Player

    In Major League Baseball, it is often not only important to have great players, but ones who are marketable as well. This could mean either people who can become well-known in the game, or it could be people who would provide great trade value...

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  24. The 20 Hottest WAGs in Baseball Movies

    Baseball and movies go together a lot more closely than it may seem at first glance. With directors like Ron Shelton and actors like Kevin Costner making well-known films about the sport, especially in the 1980s, the two go hand in hand...

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  25. Baseball's 25 Best Switch-Hitters of All Time

    In baseball, switch-hitters are a rare breed. Being able to bat from both sides of the plate makes it a lot easier for managers to put a player in a lineup, and they don't have to worry about facing left-handed or right-handed pitchers on a given day...

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