1. 10 Most Surprising Performance-Enhancing Drug Offenders Ever

    Major League Baseball ran into quite a conundrum in 2005 when Congress began openly investigating performance-enhancing drug usage among its players...

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  2. MLB Power Rankings: Building the Ultimate MLB Team

    When fans head to the ballot-box to vote their favorite players into the Major League Baseball All-Star Game every July, in one way or another, they always make a mistake. I, however, do not...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 4,309 reads 47 comments

  3. Comparing Every MLB Team to a Disney Film

    Founded way back in 1869, Major League Baseball is the oldest of the four major sports in the United States. The first professional team is considered to be the Cincinnati Red Stockings...

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  4. Top 50 MLB Free Agents: Which Ones Will Be Overpaid and Which Will Be Bargains?

    The 2011 World Series will be over in a little more than a week, after which all eyes will be on what is shaping up to be one wild free-agency period this winter...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 1,092 reads 2 comments

  5. MLB Trade Rumors: 15 Superstars Whose Names Will Come Up This Winter

    It came as no surprise when trade rumors began to swirl before the Major League Baseball postseason could even reach the World Series. It seems to happen every year...

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  6. MLB Free Agency 2012: Why CC Sabathia May Opt Out of New York Yankees Contract

    The New York Yankees played well above their talent level in 2011, at least as far as their pitching was concerned. We knew they'd have a powerful offense, just as much as we knew a rotation rounded out with A...

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  7. 30 Incredibly Clutch MLB Playoff Moments No One Will Ever Care About

    The 2011 Major League Baseball postseason, as well as the week leading up to the playoffs, have been nothing short of exciting. During every game of every postseason, we as fans have the possibility of witnessing history...

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  8. Albert Pujols Free Agent News: Rating All 30 Teams' Chances to Sign the Slugger

    If this truly is Albert Pujols ' last season with the St. Louis Cardinals, he's definitely going out with a bang. Pujols led the Cards on a magical late-season run to overtake the NL Wild Card spot on the final day of the season...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 157,820 reads 59 comments

  9. MLB Free Agency: New York Mets a Dark Horse to Land Albert Pujols This Winter?

    While Albert Pujols continues to lead the St. Louis Cardinals in their quest for the NL pennant and a shot at the World Series title, potential suitors for the soon-to-be free ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 1,543 reads 29 comments

  10. 2011 World Series: Breaking Down Every Possible Matchup

    The first 10 days of the 2011 Major League Baseball postseason have provided us with a number of surprises, along with some monumental upsets, feeding baseball fans everywhere with some of the magical moments that make the game so great...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 1,754 reads 1 comments

  11. MLB Playoffs 2011: Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals Would Be Epic NLCS

    The 2011 MLB postseason has given us three winner-take-all Game 5s during the Divisional Series, with both National League Divisional Series set to have their rubber-matches this evening...

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  12. 20 Most Clutch Pitching Performances in MLB Postseason History

    The first week of the 2011 postseason has been relatively quiet as far as clutch moments go, but there is still plenty of time for playoff heroes to be born...

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  13. MLB Playoffs: 7 Most Embarrassing Individual Performers in Postseason History

    Every baseball fan has had "The Dream." You know, it's Game 7 of the World Series and there are two outs in the bottom of the ninth? The bases are juiced and your team's up or down ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 3,474 reads 2 comments

  14. 2011 MLB Playoffs: Power Ranking Each Team Through the First Weekend

    The first weekend of the 2011 Major League Baseball postseason is complete. The excitement may not have matched day 162 of the regular season, but there were surely plenty of surprises as October baseball came underway...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 3,018 reads 16 comments

  15. 40 Most Devastating Postseason Moments In Baseball History

    The 2011 Boston Red Sox know a little something about devastation, but it's been a frequent occurrence throughout Major League Baseball's storied history...

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  16. MLB Playoffs 2011: Game 1 Win Proves Milwaukee Brewers Are Built for October

    The Milwaukee Brewers completely dismantled the Arizona Diamondbacks during Game 1 of their 2011 NLDS opener. They won by a final score of 4-1, although the Diamondbacks never stood a chance after failing to capitalize in the first inning...

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  17. MLB Playoffs 2011: Greatest Postseason Moment in History of Each Playoff Team

    The final day of the 2011 Major League Baseball season proved again to the world why baseball is America's true pastime. Never in my life have I witnessed so many breathtaking moments in such a short amount of time...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 1,446 reads 0 comments

  18. MLB Free Agency: 3 Players Who Could Be Wearing Dodger Blue in 2012

    If I had to guess, I'd say the Los Angeles Dodgers will be more active on the trade market than on the free agent market this offseason, and they'll probably see more big names departing than arriving...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 4,699 reads 3 comments

  19. Fielding the Most Overpaid Roster in MLB History

    No sport enjoys handing out massive contracts more than Major League Baseball. There was a point in time when it was a big deal for a player to get a $100 million contract on the open market...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 1,091 reads 9 comments

  20. MLB Trade Speculation: Top 20 Hitters Potentially Available This Winter

    With the Major League Baseball season coming to an end, every team will be wiping the slate clean and starting anew...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 3,807 reads 4 comments

  21. 2011 MLB Playoff Preview: Complete Breakdown of Every Playoff Series

    At long last, the 2011 Major League Baseball postseason is only a few days away. The dog days of summer are a thing of the past as eight team's will wipe the slate clean and start anew in October...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 2,935 reads 2 comments

  22. Andre Ethier: 3 Potential Suitors for Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star This Winter

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are winners for the 2011 season, regardless of a record that will finish around .500...

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  23. 50 MLB Superstars Who Weren't That Super

    Becoming a superstar is not supposed to be easy. It's supposed to be a title reserved for the very few players who are the best in baseball...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 3,669 reads 53 comments

  24. 2011 MLB Awards: B/R Columnists Vote for MVP, Cy Young and More

    The 2011 Major League Baseball season has been filled with a number of breakout performances and pleasant surprises. As we enter the final week of the season, it is finally time to hand out baseball's top awards to the most worthy of candidates...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about almost 3 years ago 2,839 reads 14 comments

  25. Does Matt Kemp Really Deserve NL MVP over Ryan Braun?

    The 2011 Major League Baseball season is nearing an end, yet it's anyone's guess as to who will win the National League Most Valuable Player Award...

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