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Superstitions collide this year for the team baseball fans have loved to make fun of for decades. Over 100 years have come and gone and still no more World Series titles for the Chicago Cubs. The longest drought in
Locating cheap saves is always an important task, and Brad Boxberger is ready to deliver for you. Here are some other shallow and deep league sleepers to target.
With pitcher Alex Cobb dealing with tendinitis in his elbow, Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash has announced that Chris Archer will get the start on Opening Day. OFFICIAL: Manager Kevin Cash has named @ChrisArcher42 the #Rays Opening Day
According to the 2015 Forbes Magazine list of The Value Of Major League Baseball Franchises, there is some good news and some bad news for the Tampa Bay Rays and their Florida counterparts the Miami Marlins. The good news is
Miami Marlins pitcher Jarred Cosart is in the midst of a gambling investigation.
With a strong performance thus far in spring training, Matt Andriese has put himself in a good position and seems poised to break camp in the rotation.
The Yankees Have Been Named The MLB’s Most Valuable Team Forbes estimates the New York Yankees are baseball’s most valuable team for the 18th straight year. Forbes claimed Wednesday the Yankees are worth $3.2 billion, up from $2.5 billion
Photo courtesy of Buccaneers.com If at first you don’t succeed, try another sport. At least that’s what Brandon Magee is doing. Magee was cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wednesday and now he’s headed to spring training to try
The Cincinnati Reds are coming off of a disappointing 2014 season. After back to back 90+ wins seasons, the team won just 76 games en route to a fourth place finish in the division. The National League Central looks
Whether you like hot dogs and beer, or pizza and coke at a baseball game, it seems we can all agree that nachos are always a good idea at a baseball game. The Milwaukee Brewers are re-inventing the nacho