Michael Wacha (NLCS MVP) will be a full-time starter in 2014.
In the National League Central the way of life still sees the St. Louis Cardinals as the cream of the crop.
In 2013, however, the Pirates made it known they would like to join the conversation. With a rotation that might be the best in the business and professional hitters up and down their lineup the Cardinals look ready to make another World Series run. The Pirates, who finally broke through after 20-consecutive losing seasons, have a good thing going in Pittsburgh with a good mix of youth and veteran leadership.
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Is Nick Swisher ready to lead the Indians to a Playoff encore in 2014?
To say this is my favorite time would be an understatement.
I’m not talking about the approaching March Madness or the incessant NFL draft conversation (although I’ll be weighing in on that later this Spring), I’m talking about the most glorious words any snow-covered East coast dweller can hear:
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Spectacular defensively and producing offensively, the Orioles have a superstar in Manny Machado
back in April when Will Middlebrooks of the Boston Red Sox hit three home runs in a game? Everyone was ready to proclaim him the next big superstar in the American League East at third base. Even going so far as to try to convince themselves that another young star at the same position was “overrated” and “inferior” to Middlebrooks. way Continue reading “Major League Baseball All-Star Game 2013: 15 (Plus One) Budding Stars That Should Make All-Star Rosters, But Might Not”
Adam Wainwright, who signed a 5-year, $97.5 million contract extension, will be key for the Cards in 2013
The National Central Division is one in transition. The Reds have a great team, but the rotation might let them down enough to not reach full potential.
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McCutchen hit .446 in July and had an OPS of .861 in September/October
It isn’t a secret that everyone who plays fantasy baseball will flock to Mike Trout this season. You have good reason to do so, not only did he put up monster numbers in 2012 but he has continued that in spring training this season (.406 BA, .525 OBP).
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