1. Craig Biggio: Does It Help or Hurt That He's HOF Eligible with Bonds/Clemens?

    The 2013 Hall of Fame class will have an incredible impact on the way performance enhancing-drugs truly stand in the way of a player’s trip to Cooperstown...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 1,690 reads 3 comments

  2. Prince Fielder Free Agent News: 5 Ways Nationals Signing Would Impact MLB

    Is Prince Fielder headed for Washington, D.C.? Or will he end up elsewhere? Well, we really don't know the question to that just yet. Until we find out where Fielder will be playing in 2012, we get the fun task of speculating...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 1,655 reads 2 comments

  3. Clayton Kershaw and 10 Players Who Are Outperforming Their Current Contracts

    In the winter meetings, we tend to hear about mainly the big names and huge contracts or trades. However once these players sign their contracts, they are expected to produce...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 504 reads 1 comments

  4. MLB Free Agency: 7 Veterans Who'll Still Be Jobless Come Spring Training

    Many of the big names in the free agent market have signed their contracts this winter. Still, many players continue to look for teams willing to sign them for another year or two...

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  5. Ryan Braun Tests Positive for PEDs: 8 Positive Tests That Left Us Speechless

    Few expected Ryan Braun ’s positive test for performance-enhancing drugs this month. The National League MVP has always had quite the positive vibe around him. The test shook our beliefs that the steroid era is all but forgotten...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 542 reads 1 comments

  6. Fantasy Baseball: 6 Players Due for a Major Meltdown in 2012

    Each year we see players come to their breaking points. It could have been a game, a team or a single moment that set him off. The next thing you know, though, he’s bashing a Gatorade bucket or his injuries have completely overtaken him...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 471 reads 2 comments

  7. MLB's 10 Dumbest Contract Clauses Ever

    Winter meetings are in full effect. Many hear about the numbers and length of an individual’s contract, but what about the perks and incentives that go along with the paycheck? ...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about almost 3 years ago 1,156 reads 9 comments

  8. 10 Things You May Not Know About MLB's New CBA

    Negotiations for MLB’s Collective Bargaining Agreement went quite quickly and smoothly. Now that the CBA is official, Major League Baseball will go two decades without work stoppage...

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  9. 10 Precedent-Setting Blockbuster Contracts

    Every year there is a bigger and better contract in the MLB . Free agents, draft picks and other players sign blockbuster deals that become a starting point for later negotiations...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 2,073 reads 6 comments

  10. MLB: 6 Players Who Need to Smile More

    Dale Murphy once said, “Playing baseball is not real life. It's a fantasy world...It's a dream come true." Guys continue to play in the MLB for a living, which seems to be an exciting enough opportunity to put a smile on one’s face...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 764 reads 2 comments

  11. MLB CBA Talks: Why They Are Going More Smoothly Than NBA Negotiations

    Negotiations for Major League Baseball’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement has been underway for a few months. Just about everything has been addressed. The last major issue that has not yet been resolved pertains to the draft...

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  12. The Kansas City Royals and 9 More Rotations That Will Look Completely Different

    Jonathan Sanchez is the newest addition to the Kansas City Royals' starting rotation. He'll join Luke Hochevar, Felipe Paulino and Danny Duffy. The No. 5 spot will go to either free agent Bruce Chen or Luis Mendoza...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  13. San Francisco Giants: 6 Ways Buster Posey Can Impact 2012

    Giants fans are counting down the days until Buster Posey will once again be part of San Francisco’s starting lineup. He’s begun catching bullpen sessions, and it’s already been said that Posey will be catching next season...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 1,628 reads 7 comments

  14. 5 MLB Teams and Fanbases That Will Benefit from a 2nd Wild Card

    A second wild card in each league could be a reality within the next couple years. We’re about halfway through the League Championship Series of 2011...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 283 reads 1 comments

  15. Nelson Cruz and 12 More of the Greatest Walk-off Home Runs in Postseason History

    The Texas Rangers were able to secure a 2-0 ALCS lead over the Detroit Tigers after Nelson Cruz 's bottom of the 11th grand slam. Cruz has only the second walk-off grand slam in postseason history...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 458 reads 0 comments

  16. Adrian Beltre and the Six 3-Home Run Games in MLB Postseason History

    The Texas Rangers will be making their second straight appearance in the ALCS, and Adrian Beltre has a lot to do with their success so far. Beltre hit three solo home runs to help the Rangers secure a 4-3 win and move on to the next round...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 1,958 reads 0 comments

  17. Chicago Cubs: 5 Bold Predictions for the Cubs Offseason

    Another season, another unsuccessful 162-game year. The Chicago Cubs will enter season No. 104 without a World Series title. That drought will continue without some big changes...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 3,519 reads 6 comments

  18. The 6 Biggest MLB Surprises of 2011

    The Arizona Diamondbacks ended the 2010 season at the bottom of the National League West. This year they finish first, looking toward their first playoff appearance since 2007...

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  19. San Francisco Giants Prospects: Top Talent To Watch This Offseason

    The San Francisco Giants have much to look forward to next season. While they will not be defending their World Series crown this year, their up-and-coming prospects give San Francisco something exciting to expect...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 5,295 reads 4 comments

  20. MLB Playoffs: Ranking Every Contender's Most Valuable Hitter Down the Stretch

    With the regular season winding down, the 2011 MLB postseason participants are getting clearer and clearer. As each of these teams attempt to push their way to the World Series they will need their hitters to come through...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 238 reads 2 comments

  21. Billy Beane: 7 Ways the Oakland A's GM's Career Looks Worse Since "Moneyball"

    Moneyball will be coming out in theaters soon. Billy Beane had a strategy that was phenomenal for the first couple of seasons. As the years went on, Beane and the Oakland Athletics were less and less successful...

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  22. 5 Bold Predictions for September Baseball

    The dog days of summer are ending and pennant races are heating up. Most of the divisions have a clear winner already, but there is plenty to look forward to in September...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 484 reads 1 comments

  23. 5 Players You'll Remember from the 2011 Little League World Series

    As the 2011 Little League World Series comes to a close, the time comes to look back at the difference-makers of the tournament. Each team had a number of key players through their games...

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  24. 2011 MLB MVP Award: Ranking the Top 5 Candidates in Each League

    Candidates for the 2011 NL and AL MVP include All-Stars, players on losing teams, and pitchers. With such a wide pool of talent and over a month left in the regular season, it is nearly impossible to predict the MVP of each league correctly...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about 3 years ago 17,343 reads 15 comments

  25. MLB: 5 Teams That Could Pull off a Surprise Comeback

    There are a few teams who have a chance of sneaking into the playoffs. As the MLB regular season rolls through August, the divisions are probably starting to look the way they will when the postseason arrives...

    Ally Williams Written by Ally Williams about over 3 years ago 719 reads 6 comments