1. 2011 MLB All-Star Voting: Position-by-Position Leaders

    The midsummer classic is nearly upon us and the All-Star voting is hitting the home stretch. Who is leading the pack with the most votes? Who is in line to be a starter when they do ...

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  2. New York Yankees: With Joba Headed for Likely Surgery, Could Hughes Be Answer?

    Recently today, news has broke that Joba Chamberlain has a torn ligament in his elbow. This will likely need surgery to be corrected, which could mean that Chamberlain could not toe the rubber for the rest of the year...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 646 reads 9 comments

  3. Bryce 'Kissyface' Harper: His 10 Cockiest Moments Thus Far

    Bryce Harper is as cocky as they come, but as the saying goes, "If you are going to talk the talk, you better walk the walk." Harper does that and then some...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 10,067 reads 34 comments

  4. 2011 MLB Prospects: Every Team's Top Prospect and When He'll Arrive in MLB

    Dwight Howard is the work horse of the Orlando Magic. The now 25-year-old center was selected number one overall in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Magic and has since demonstrated the ...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 223 reads 9 comments

  5. Each MLB Team's Best Roster Move Thus Far

    Making the right call at the right time is what makes a successful season. The pressure is on GM's to pull the trigger and handle the scrutiny that can come with any decision...

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  6. 2011 MLB Draft: Where Are Bryce Harper and Top 10 Picks of Last Year's Draft?

    Being a top draft pick does not necessarily mean you will have instant success at the next level. You go from being a big fish in a small pond to a small fish in a massive ocean and for some players, that is too much to handle...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 5,711 reads 3 comments

  7. Derek Jeter: Would Yankees Consider Trading for a Shortstop at the Deadline?

    Derek Jeter's name has been in the headlines recently for all of the wrong reasons. First it was for his inability to hit anything other than a ground ball to the second baseman...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 1,292 reads 23 comments

  8. Reggie Jackson and the 15 Wildest Personalities in New York Yankees History

    The New York Yankees are known as the business men of baseball. Clean-shaven and always a class act, but sometimes a few players break the mold. Every club has their characters and the Yankees are no different...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 19,925 reads 9 comments

  9. MLB Power Rankings: The 5 Most Injury-Plagued Teams in MLB

    The injury bug can break your season in the blink of an eye. Some stars you know it is just a matter of time before they make a DL stint, but sometimes freak accidents happen and your teams is left with a major void on their roster...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 2,892 reads 15 comments

  10. Francisco Liriano No-Hitter: Ranking 5 Pitchers Who Could Pull It off Next

    It was not the most dominant effort—Liriano walked six and struck out only two—but he made the light-hitting Chicago White Sox look like Little Leaguers. The movement on his pitches didn't allow hitters to get good wood on the ball...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 702 reads 6 comments

  11. New York Yankees: 10 Phil Hughes Replacements NY Could Get for Jesus Montero

    The Yankees are in quite a predicament. Their budding star Phil Hughes could be lost for the season as a red flag was raised during the plethora of tests done this week...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 6,411 reads 90 comments

  12. 2011 MLB Predictions: Projecting Where This Year's Rookies Will Be in Five Years

    The transition from the minors to the big leagues is not an easy transition for most players. Even first-round draft picks sometime have difficulty taking their game to the next level...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 935 reads 0 comments

  13. New York Yankees: Pitching Turns a Corner, but Offense Falls Short

    When the White Sox came into the Bronx, they were going through a stretch where they lost nine of their last 10 games and averaged less than two runs per game...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 221 reads 4 comments

  14. New York Yankees: Phil Hughes Takes a Step Backwards

    Phil Hughes went through another bullpen session this afternoon as he and the Yankee's pitching staff try to diagnose what is going on with his "dead arm...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 340 reads 5 comments

  15. MLB Playoff Expansion: Would a One-Game Wild Card Playoff Be the Way to Go?

    Recently today, news broke that Commissioner Bud Selig is looking to expand the MLB playoffs from eight teams to 10. This, as you would imagine, brings some new twists to the 2012 postseason...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 2,727 reads 44 comments

  16. Fantasy Baseball 2011: 10 Early-Round Picks To Trade Before It's Too Late

    When drafting a fantasy team, there is one thing that you should be your No. 1 priority—consistency. You need that factor to carry your team from Day 1...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 2,610 reads 8 comments

  17. New York Yankees: Five Things Phil Hughes Can Do to Get Back on His Game

    It has been all over the headlines in New York— Phil Hughes has no velocity. It is almost as if the A.J. Burnett of last season switched bodies with Hughes...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 692 reads 16 comments

  18. MLB: 10 Most Inflated Career Home Run Totals Ever

    The record books have been tainted with cheaters as of late. The days of the epic home run showdown between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa can no longer be looked at as shining moments for Americas past time...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 2,128 reads 33 comments

  19. New York Yankees: A Perceived Strength Could Become an Untimely Weakness

    After a weekend series with the hated Boston Red Sox , the Yankees welcome the Baltimore Orioles to town in a battle for first place in the AL East...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 921 reads 27 comments

  20. Nolan Ryan and the 50 Most Overrated Players in MLB History: The Afterword

    Coming up with a list of the 50 most overrated players in MLB history is quite a daunting task. Going into it, you have to realize that writing such an article puts a target on your forehead...

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  21. New York Yankees: Has Derek Jeter Given Up on Kevin Long?

    It seems as if Kevin Long might not be able to solve everyones hitting problems after all. Earlier in the week, Jeter told Ian O'Connor, a columnist for ESPN New York, that he wasn't thinking about his new stride after working on it all spring...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 107 reads 19 comments

  22. Nolan Ryan and the 50 Most Overrated Players in MLB History

    Being labeled as overrated is a stamp no player wants associated with his name. It is like a black list that we do not speak about. Some players reach greatness, while others fall short of the hype...

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  23. New York Yankees: Five Things We Learned on Opening Day

    After an offseason of turmoil and questions, the Yankees could finally put everything aside and let their play do the talking. Opening Day has finally come and gone and the Yankees are 1-0 and ahead of Boston in the AL East...

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  24. Kansas City Royals: The Next "Core Four"

    The Royals have been nothing short of a laughingstock for the last two decades. They have not posed a threat to the AL Central since the days of George Brett, but after reading an article by Tim Keown in ESPN The Magazine, something struck me...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 1,335 reads 17 comments

  25. Fantasy Baseball 2011: Ranking Each Team's Most Overrated Fantasy Player

    Fantasy drafts boil down to one of four things: sleepers, value plays, studs and over-hyped players, the latter of course being the worst...

    Shaun McPartlin Written by Shaun McPartlin about over 3 years ago 1,063 reads 0 comments