Second on our list are the Colorado Rockies who finished 2014 with a 66-96 record. They enter 2015 with minor changes. Notable Additions: Kyle Kendrick SP Nick Hundley C Notable Losses: Josh Rutledge IF Michael Cuddyer OF The Colorado Rockies are one the most frustrating teams to talk about in all of baseball. They have more »
We are just over a month away from the start of the MLB season. Camden Palmisano will be previewing a team every day through March. Up first, the defending World Series Champions San Francisco Giants. (Photo: Reuters)
A year after winning the AL West, the Angels look to take a step back in 2015.
Major League Baseball and its fans have heard it all before. There were sluggers like Mark McGwire, Jose Canseco and most recently Ryan Braun, who captivated audiences nine innings at a time. Then there were the aces. The guys who threw fire out of their arms. I’m talking guys like Roger Clemens (although it’s still more »
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Blake Jorgensen takes a look at five players who have all the tools to help the Cubs make a playoff run in 2015. (Photo Credit: Chicago Tribune)
Southern California is now home to the reigning AL and NL MVP. Camden Palmisano has his take on the awards and whether Kershaw deserved to win as a pitcher. (Photo: Garrett Wilson)
Kansas City treated fans to a 9-8 win in the 12th inning in the team’s first playoff appearance since 1985 (Photo: Jill Toyoshiba/Kansas City Star)
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Jose Abreu looks to be the main piece as the White Sox work to become perennial contenders.
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There are plenty of surprises and easy predictions in the first month of the MLB regular season.
As always, the Major League Baseball offseason has brought about several marquee free agent races. In December, former New York Yankee and perennial All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano signed with the Seattle Mariners for a 10-year deal worth a whopping $240 million, making it the fourth-largest contract in MLB history. Although the Yankees missed out more »