Over the next few weeks I’ll be putting out quite a few lists before my divisional breakdowns and team reports.
The definition of a “breakout performance” can vary from person-to-person but the general idea is always the same: that player who takes the next step from potential star to household name. Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: These Pitchers Are Poised For A Breakout In 2014”
The National League West has everything a baseball fan could want. The Dodgers, Giants and Diamondbacks will make this about as fun a race to watch all season. Continue reading “The Locker Major League Baseball Preview 2013: National League West”
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. Continue reading “The Locker Major League Baseball Preview 2013: National League Central”
There isn’t much debate which team in the American League East has the best chance to navigate its way to the division title. Continue reading “The Locker Major League Baseball Preview 2013: American League East”
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). Continue reading “MLB Preview 2013: #McCutchenb4Trout Should Be The Trend For Fantasy Baseball Owners”