Is Evan Longoria Still The Top Third Baseman In The AL East?

Evan Longoria had established himself as the best third basemen in the AL East, but with two teams upgrading at the position he might not be any longer.


Report: MLB, Union To Announce New Pace-of-Play Rules

Major League Baseball and the Player's Union are expected to announce three new rule changes that will help speed up the average game time.


Alex Rodriguez: Apology Feels Almost Heartfelt & Believable

MLB: ALEX RODRIGUEZ ISSUES AN APOLOGY It’s about time, Alex Rodriguez. This is all we ever wanted from you. Instead, we laughed as we watched you stall by trying to find anyone to sue that labeled you as a

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Will The Rays Trade David DeJesus Before Spring Training?

Spring Training is less than a week away and trade rumors are swirling. The latest rumor floating around the Rays locker room involves Rays outfielder David DeJesus. DeJesus told the Tampa Bay Times that if he’s traded, he’s prepared


Who is the Favorite to Win the AL East?

Erik Kuselias: At This Point, The AL East is Wide Open Erik Kuselias talks to Eric Lopez about the over/under number of wins that have come out from various Vegas sites for the MLB season, specifically the the American League


Will Red Sox Take Home 2015 Title?

With a Powerhouse Offense, The Red Sox Are Positioned To Clinch World Series. In 2012, The Boston Red Sox finished dead last in the American League east standings. Then 2013 rolled along and Boston Strong ignited the Sox to


Marlins, Mets, and Nationals Appear Early Front Runners in NL East

An Early Peek Around The NL East Reveals A Three-Team Race; Marlins In Thick Of Contention Between a colossal extension for Giancarlo Stanton and the acquisitions of Martin Prado, David Phelps, Dee Gordon, Mat Latos, Dan Haren, Mike Morse, Aaron Crow,

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Report: MLB Could Shrink Strike Zone

Major League Baseball could shrink the strike zone from fear that the current zone is contributing to the decrease of offense

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Analyzing The Marlins’ Improved Infield

Dee Gordon, Martin Prado, And Mike Morse Highlight A Massively Upgraded Miami Infield For the second straight offseason, the Miami Marlins went hunting and came back with a few new starters on the infield.  This year’s additions are above

James Shields

Former Rays James Shields And Wil Myers To Meet Up In San Diego

With James Shields reportedly signing with the San Diego Padres, he'll meet up with the guy he was traded for a little over two years ago in Wil Myers.