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Yoenis Cespedes Couldn’t be More Perfect for the Bright Lights of New York

Since baseball is a game of failure, it’s imperative for players to remain confident when they’re not successful. It’s even more imperative for those playing in large media markets to not be fazed by the fans and reporters who monitor their every move. Understandably so, playing in a big city isn’t for everybody, but New […]

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These 6 Under-the-Radar Free Agent Signings Have Worked out Great in 2016

When baseball season is over and we have nothing to look forward to except a long, cold winter, who doesn’t love watching a team get the Hot Stove going with a huge splash via trade or free agency? Nobody, that’s who. Even if it negatively impacts your favorite team, it’s at least entertaining to hop […]

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7 MLB Free Agent Signings From Last Winter That Have Been Busts in 2016

While there is no excitement of actual baseball being played, there’s a different kind of excitement that keeps fans engaged during the dead of winter: the Hot Stove. Every team is on the verge of getting a clean slate upon reporting to Spring Training, and who knows, maybe the moves made in the offseason is […]

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8 GIFs That Prove Prince Fielder Running the Bases was the Best Thing Ever

It’s been one helluva week for veteran sluggers at the end of their respective MLB careers. Just a few months ago, New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira said he wanted to play in the big leagues for another five years. After struggling to a .200/.288/.343 triple slash through 280 at-bats, the 36-year-old has decided […]

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Check Out These 5 Franchise-Altering MLB Trades That Almost Happened

Sometimes, the best trades are the ones you don’t make. That couldn’t ring more true for what we’re about to talk about. The trade deadline is literally right around the corner and things are starting to get interesting. With new rumors surfacing every 20 seconds, it’s easy to get lost on social media in order […]


Baseball and the Law: Q&A With Broward County Court Judge Louis Schiff

If you’re a fan of baseball, why should you sit down and read a textbook about baseball and the law? Well, because Baseball and the Law: Cases and Materials is more than just a textbook — it’s a baseball reference book. This is a terrific 1000-page book that contains almost 700 notes about the game. It […]

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These 4 Offseason MLB Trades Look Awfully Lopsided Now

There are less than two weeks before MLB’s non-waiver trade deadline passes in 2016, but we can’t help looking back at some of last winter’s most notable deals as we wait for more to happen. It’s common for fans and analysts to crown a “winner” and “loser” for any kind of swap between two or […]

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Selecting the 2016 First Half MVP For Each MLB Team

  Now that MLB’s All-Star Week festivities in San Diego are finished, we’re forced with the task of getting through the next couple days without any baseball. To pass the time, we’ll do what any self-respecting fan or analyst would do – look back at the first 80-90 games played and see who had the […]