1. 'Jose Reyes Day' and the 10 Most Memorable Player Returns of the Last 10 Years

    It is an unfortunate reality in baseball that teams occasionally lose players that were fan favorites to free agency or that these players are dealt away towards the end of their careers...

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  2. MLB's 50 Most Shocking Hot Starts: Will They Last?

    During the first few weeks of every MLB season there are a number of players that get off to a hot start...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about 2 years ago 10,190 reads 88 comments

  3. New York Yankees: Are 1912 Fenway Park Anniversary Throwbacks One of Worst?

    Throwback Uniforms are worn by teams during special occasions as a means of honoring the history of the franchise. For the most part, teams do a good job when it comes to selecting jerseys, and they look great wearing the old-school uniforms...

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  4. One Player From Each Team Fans Already Demand Be Traded

    There are a number of players in the major leagues that have gotten off to a slow start to the season and frustrated the fans of their team...

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  5. 10 Young MLB Stars Who Could Be Next to Sign Big Extensions

    MLB teams have been signing a number of their young stars to long-term extensions recently. The Tampa Bay Rays did it with Matt Moore, and the San Francisco Giants recently signed Madison Bumgarner to a five-year extension ...

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  6. Baseball's 25 Biggest Myths, Unsolved Mysteries and Urban Legends

    With such a storied history, it is no surprise that there are a number of myths associated with the game of baseball. Some of these stories have grown into urban legends, and in some cases, people believe that they are actual facts...

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  7. New York Mets to Honor Chipper Jones: Is Celebrating Rival Classy or Spineless?

    Throughout his career, Chipper Jones has absolutely owned the New York Mets . He has been a pain in the Mets' side for a number of years, and his production against the team has been outstanding...

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  8. Updating Every MLB Team's Most Crucial Injury

    Major league teams need to deal with a number of injuries over the course of every season, and some of them have already lost key players at this early juncture...

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  9. Ozzie Guillen and the 15 Most Controversial Managers in MLB History

    Baseball is supposed to be about the players on the field, but there have been times when managers have come into the spotlight. Most of the time, this is for all of the wrong reasons...

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  10. 50 Dirtiest Moments in Baseball History

    Baseball has had a number of outstanding moments throughout its history and it has as had a number of moments that we wish we could forget. In looking at the dirtiest moments in the history of baseball, we need to take a look at the good and the bad...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 3,755 reads 6 comments

  11. MLB: 10 Most Interesting Storylines of Friday's Opening Games

    There has already been an Opening Day in Japan as well as an Opening Day in Miami, but there are still some teams that have not began their seasons. A number of interesting storylines surround these teams and their players...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 1,664 reads 5 comments

  12. MLB Trade Rumors: One Player on Each Team Who Will Be Gone by the Deadline

    The beautiful thing about the start of the MLB season is that every team begins the year in a tie for first place and with the chance to reach the playoffs...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 22,743 reads 11 comments

  13. MLB Opening Day 2012: 8 Key Position Battles Still Not Resolved

    As Opening Day creeps closer and closer, there are still teams that have yet to make their final decisions regarding some of their position battles...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 1,129 reads 2 comments

  14. 50 Bold Predictions for the 2012 MLB Season

    The 2012 MLB season should be a very exciting one. There will be a number of surprises this season, and there should be some outstanding performances by some of the game's best players...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 4,944 reads 30 comments

  15. New York Mets: Projections for the Starting Rotation

    If the New York Mets are going to have any chance of finishing over .500 this season, then they are going to need to get a lot of outstanding performances from their starting pitchers...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 4,210 reads 4 comments

  16. Cole Hamels Free-Agency Rumors: 5 Reasons He Could Soon Be an L.A. Dodger

    With a new ownership group in place for the Los Angeles Dodgers , it appears as if things will be changing for the better with the franchise...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 5,932 reads 9 comments

  17. 50 Most Bizarre Pitching Motions and Batting Stances in Major League Baseball

    Pitching motions and batting stances are commonly similar between major league players. For most, there is only a slight variation in their approaches...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 15,959 reads 25 comments

  18. MLB Spring Training: Updating 15 Crucial Injuries Ahead of Opening Day

    After they had an offseason of rest, MLB teams hope that their top players can make it thorough spring training without getting hurt. That does not always end up being the case...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 1,563 reads 2 comments

  19. Updating All 30 MLB Teams' Biggest Need as Spring Training Ends

    MLB teams are supposed to be able to solve almost all of their issues during spring training, but that is not always the case...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 106,178 reads 51 comments

  20. Forbes Magazine MLB Franchise Values: Are Projected Values Too High or Too Low?

    Forbes magazine recently released its list of MLB franchise values heading into the 2012 season. Team finances are private, so this list is one of the best estimates of the worth of each franchise...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 9,302 reads 6 comments

  21. MLB Free Agency: One Offseason Move Each Team's Fanbase Despised

    A number of players switched teams during the 2012 MLB offseason. Some signed in new cities as free agents while others were traded...

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  22. Miguel Cabrera's Face and the 5 Most Bloodied Injuries in Baseball History

    Baseball is not a sport that often leads to players having injuries that cause them to bleed a lot. However, they do occur on rare occasions. Many of the players that are on this list were hit in the face by baseballs...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 441 reads 3 comments

  23. MLB Predictions 2012: Answers to MLB's 50 Burning Questions Entering Season

    As a new season of baseball approaches, there are a number of questions that will be answered during the year. The following are some of the most pressing questions that baseball fans will have heading into this year...

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  24. Bryce Harper: Why He Should Make the Washington Nationals' Opening Day Lineup

    With the addition of another playoff spot , the Washington Nationals have a much better chance of making the playoffs in 2012. They are a team that has made a number of improvements this year and a number of their young players have gotten better...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about over 2 years ago 1,516 reads 2 comments

  25. MLB Power Rankings: Is Red Sox Nation Still Baseball's Most Insane Fanbase?

    Baseball fans are a bit crazy at times and some teams' fanbases take pride in the fact that others happen to think that they are insane...

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