1. MLB Trade Deadline: 10 Teams That Would Be Crazy to Make a Deal Now

    The trade talk halts today—after weeks of speculation, rumors and blockbuster deals; the deadline is here. We've seen aces moved to playoff contenders, big bats traded from cellar dwellers and tons of minor leaguers changing scenes...

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  2. Ranking the 15 Greatest Individual Offensive Seasons in Dodgers History

    In 2011, Matt Kemp had a season for the ages, falling one home run and eight hits short of 40/40 and the Triple Crown, respectively. Before injuring his hamstring this season, Kemp was giving his bold prediction of 50/50 a run for its money...

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  3. MLB Trade Rumors: Updating All the Latest Matt Garza, Ryan Dempster Suitors

    Well, baseball fans. It's that time again. The annual post-All Star break feeding frenzy that is the trade deadline...

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  4. Andre Ethier: Can the Los Angeles Dodgers Endure If He Can't Match His 1st Half?

    That's a wrap on the first half of the 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers' season. Despite the Dodgers' allowing the rival San Francisco Giants to close the gap in the National League West, ...

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  5. Matt Kemp and the Best Homegrown Talent in Dodgers History at Every Position

    There are many ways to build a winning ball club. You can be the Yankees of the last decade and shell out nine-figure contracts. You can be the Rays of the last half decade and build through intelligent coaching and brilliant drafts...

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  6. Is Clayton Kershaw Still the Top Left-Hander in All of Baseball?

    Dominant left-handed starters are a rare breed in baseball. Because of that, they make the big bucks. But coming into the 2012 season, the unquestioned King of Southpaws was Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  7. Los Angeles Dodgers: 10 Things the Media Just Doesn't Get About This Team

    Every team gets burnt in the media, no matter how well or poor they're playing. That's magnified in major cities and markets like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 1,869 reads 19 comments

  8. Los Angeles Dodgers: How They Can Guarantee a Title in 2013

    There's nobody more pleasantly surprised at the Dodgers ' ridiculously hot first half than yours truly, who sheepishly predicted a third-place finish for his favorite team prior to Opening Day...

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  9. Los Angeles Dodgers: 20 Greatest Players of the Brooklyn Era

    We all know the story that Dodgers fans in New York still hate to hear retold. Before the 1958 season, the beloved, historic Brooklyn Dodgers franchise was moved to Los Angeles...

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  10. MLB Free Agency: 10 Soon-to-Be All-Stars Your Team Can Snag This Winter

    Contrary to popular belief, the baseball season doesn't end when the World Series champions are crowned. There's another whole behind-the-scenes game that takes place every winter...

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  11. Why Don Mattingly Could Become MLB's Next Great Long-Tenured Manager

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are currently the best team in baseball. Don't argue—it is science! At 32-15 entering play on Memorial Day, the boys in blue have gotten contributions ...

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  12. MLB All-Star Game: Predicting Both 34-Man Rosters

    The 83rd Midsummer Classic is rapidly approaching for MLB players and fans. This year has seen an extraordinary amount of all-league worthy talent...

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  13. LA Angels' Struggles Couldn't Have Come at a Better Time for the LA Dodgers

    It's a tale of...well, one city. But two teams. In said city. Did anyone really think that one Los Angeles team would hold the best record in the Majors this far into the season, and the other would be in dead last in their division? Possibly...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 1,339 reads 16 comments

  14. Is Clayton Kershaw Worth the Biggest Pitcher Contract in MLB History?

    C.C. Sabathia is currently the highest-paid pitcher in MLB history, mid-way through a seven-year, $161 million contract with the New York Yankees . That is approximately $23 million per year for the big, burly lefty...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 2,248 reads 3 comments

  15. 10 Minor League Players Guaranteed to Be Called Up

    With the recent promotions of players like Mike Trout and Bryce Harper to big league clubs (and the early success that indicates they are here to stay), baseball fans are starting to wonder who will be the next rising stars to get the call...

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  16. 15 Worst Baseball Player Appearances on Prime-Time Sitcoms

    Athlete cameos on sitcoms are nothing new. Unfortunately, along with the shock factor of seeing your favorite player on your favorite show comes the inevitable realization: "Wow, they should never act again...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 793 reads 1 comments

  17. MLB Trade Scenarios: 9 Power Bats Likely to Be Available at the Trade Deadline

    If anyone thinks it doesn't help a contending team to have power bats in the lineup, just ask the Texas Rangers how it's working for them. Most clubs will want to add a little pop if they are looking like a possible playoff team, come July...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 677 reads 0 comments

  18. MLB's All-Arrest Team: One Player at Each Position Who's Been Busted

    The MLB Hall of Fame is not a Hall of Morals, which is why Pete Rose should be allowed in. Plenty of legendary players were drunkards, womanizers, etc. I am firmly against keeping players out of the Hall for non-baseball reasons...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about 2 years ago 2,316 reads 1 comments

  19. 5 Greediest Players in Baseball History

    Every athlete presumably plays his or her respective sport for the love of the game and the desire to win. But money is an influencing factor too. Think about it—you and I work normal desk jobs; they play a game...

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  20. MLB Trade Rumors: All 30 Teams' Odds of Dealing for David Wright

    It's no secret that the Mets are going to struggle this year. After losing Jose Reyes to free agency, and watching Carlos Beltran depart midseason in 2011, New York finds itself left with very little star power...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about over 2 years ago 1,114 reads 11 comments

  21. ESPN 500: Re-Ordering the Top 100

    Let's be real. Any time a group of ESPN writers huddle together and use some wacky rankings to determine a list of best anything in sports, it's going to be wrong...

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  22. Ranking the 10 Best Radio Announcers in MLB

    Not all of us can afford to pony up mega bucks to go to Opening Day every year. Luckily, we can have the next best thing: TV! With the advancements in television technology over the ...

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  23. MLB Predictions 2012: Every MLB Team's Biggest Overachiever in 2012

    Being an overachiever isn't a bad thing, necessarily. It means you had one of those performances that you weren't supposed to have. For example, I was never supposed to pass Biology 102 freshman year of college, but I overachieved and made it happen...

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  24. MLB Free Agency: Grading Every MLB Team's Rotation Changes

    There will be some new faces in new uniforms in 2012. We're already seeing the effects of such moves, as players like Yu Darvish are off to good starts in spring training...

    Jeremy Dorn Written by Jeremy Dorn about over 2 years ago 2,220 reads 17 comments

  25. MLB Free Agents 2012: 14 Most Underrated Signings of the Offseason

    There was a lot of movement this winter in baseball. The Los Angeles Angels and Miami Marlins stole the show by pouring millions of dollars into new impact players...

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