1. MLB 2011: Which Offseason Additions will Benefit their New Teams the Most?

    Every offseason, teams try to identify their biggest weaknesses and fill them with the best available players, whether it's through free agency or via trade...

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  2. New York Mets: Wilpons Issue Statement About Madoff Lawsuit and Affect on Team

    Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Mets , Fred Wilpon , and Chief Operating Officer, Jeff Wilpon, issued the following statement today: "As Sterling Equities ...

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  3. New York Mets: Can Jose Reyes Be the NL MVP in 2011?

    Entering the 2011 season, the Mets are a team of low expectations and "what ifs." The fans don't think their team is going very far this season, but don't tell Jose Reyes that...

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  4. Vernon Wells To L.A. Angels: 5 Reasons To Hate the Trade

    Shut out from signing Cliff Lee, Carl Crawford and Adrian Beltre (ouch!), the Angels overreacted and made a trade for Vernon Wells. Guess there really is one born every minute...

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  5. Hunt For Red October: Cincinnati Reds Making All the Right Moves This Offseason

    The Cincinnati Reds continued a solid offseason today, avoiding arbitration with pitcher Johnny Cueto with a four-year, $27 million contract...

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  6. MLB: 10 Players Who Will Bounce Back in 2011

    The 2010 baseball season wasn't the best for many players. There were some big names who had down seasons and will look to rebound in 2011. There are a ton of factors that can contribute to a down season...

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  7. Yankees Fans, Calm Down, GM Brian Cashman Is Simply Telling the Truth

    Recent comments from New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman have fans screaming for his head. In just three short days, Cashman has become public enemy No. 1 in New York after his comments on two New York radio shows...

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  8. Los Angeles Dodgers: If Jonathan Broxton Can't, Who Will Close Games in 2011?

    The Dodgers know how they're going to start the games, having assembled their starting rotation before December started, but how they're going to end their games is another issue...

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  9. Jeff Francoeur To New York Mets: "Citi Field is a Damn Joke"

    Jeff Francoeur decided to blame something other than himself for his offensive struggles during his time with the New York Mets last season. In 124 games, Francoeur hit just .237 with 11 home runs, 54 RBI and a ...

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  10. New York Mets: Manager Terry Collins Reveals 2011 Lineup

    Mets manager Terry Collins has given us a glimpse into how he plans to use his players in 2011. The Mets are looking forward to finally having a lineup that includes a healthy ...

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  11. New York Mets: Will They Resign Jose Reyes Before the Season Starts?

    If the Mets want to retain their shortstop past the 2011 season, they may have to start negotiating soon...

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  12. Albert Pujols: Is The Best Player in Baseball Too Good?

    Yes, I know what you're thinking. "What is he talking about? How is Albert Pujols 'too good'?" Well, Albert Pujols is the best player in baseball, so let's get that out of the way...

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  13. Chris Young: Why Mets' New Pitcher Puts the Pressure on Their Catchers in 2011

    Searching high and low for a fifth starter this offseason, the Mets have signed free agent pitcher Chris Young to a one-year deal, pending a physical. With a base salary of just $1 million, which could increase to as high as $2...

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  14. New York Mets GM Sandy Alderson: Is He Playing with House Money in 2011?

    It's been said over and over from the moment the 2010 baseball season ended: No one expects anything from the New York Mets in 2011...

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  15. Joba Chamberlain: With Soriano in New York Yankees 'Pen, Should He Start Again?

    Now that the Yankees have finally made a big move this offseason, adding reliever Rafael Soriano as the main setup man for closer Mariano Rivera with a three-year, $35 million deal, it takes some of the focus off of the weak starting rotation...

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  16. Rafael Soriano Signs with New York Yankees: Is He Worth It? Only Time Will Tell

    The New York Yankees, asleep for much of baseball's offseason, have finally made a big move, signing closer Rafael Soriano to a three-year, $35 million deal...

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  17. New York Mets 2011: Sandy Alderson Updates Issues Surrounding Team

    Earlier today, New York Mets GM Sandy Alderson sat down with ESPN's Adam Rubin and addressed several of the issues surrounding the team heading into 2011...

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  18. Trio of Mets Picked a Great Time to Have Career Seasons Heading into Arbitration

    Three of the Mets ' best players from the 2010 season—R.A. Dickey, Mike Pelfrey and Angel Pagan—are eligible for arbitration, which began on Wednesday...

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  19. Baseball Hall Of Fame: If You Have To Think, They're Not Hall of Famers

    If you need to think about whether or not a player is a hall of famer, then he's not. It really is that simple. The players elected to the Hall of Fame should be the guys who give you goosebumps...

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  20. New York Mets: Offseason Has Not Been a Disapointment So Far

    Heading into 2011, few Mets fans, myself included, are expecting much from the team. With big strides made by division rivals Philadelphia Phillies , Atlanta Braves and Washington ...

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  21. God Forbid: 10 MLB Players That Can Never Test Positive for Steroids

    Steroids have destroyed the game of baseball, which is somewhat ironic considering it also fueled its resurrection...

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  22. Adrian Beltre: Are the Rangers Going To Give the Third Baseman 6 Years, $96M?

    The Texas Rangers and free agent third baseman, Adrian Beltre, are reportedly close to completing a deal...

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  23. MLB Moving on Up: Which Last-Place Teams Will Climb Their Divisions in 2011?

    Every fan has high hopes for his team in 2011; at least, the optimistic fans do. The cynics and realists might already have concluded where their team is going to finish in their division next season...

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  24. New York Mets' Bullpen Is a Bigger Question Mark Than Starting Rotation in 2011

    As the offseason continues, the Mets continue to make little noise. They've made some quiet moves—some quality, some questionable...

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  25. New York Mets: What Would Qualify 2011 As a Successful Season?

    As the baseball offseason continues, New York Mets fans become increasingly frustrated. They've watched every other team in the NL East make improvements...

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