This article is courtesy of our friends at Brew Crew Ball Written by: Noah J Carlos Gomez drove in Jonathan Lucroy with an RBI single. Lucroy was 2-2 with a double, so I guess we can assume that he is seeing the ball well early in spring. Which is what is important because, really, the …
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This article is courtesy of our friends at The Nats Blog Written by: Joe Drugan After conflicting report after conflicting report, another story has emerged today from Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal indicating that Prince Fielder may still wind up with the Washington Nationals. In fact, Haudricourt is reporting that the Nats are …
It’s less than 24 hours until Opening Day, so I guess it’s time to embarrass myself with some picks that most likely won’t even be close to the real results in nine months. So now, for the official predictions: National League East: Philadelphia Phillies Even with the injuries to Chase Utley, Domonic Brown and Brad …
This segment is going to just give some news and notes, previewing each division. Let’s start it off with the NL Central: Cincinnati Reds: Ahh, the defending NL Central Champions. A team that went 91-71 under manager Dusty Baker in 2010. The Reds clinched the division in game number 157, which a Jay Bruce walk …
The 2011 season is rapidly approaching and the contracts that have been dished out recently are surely a sign of the times. Of course, contracts are only going up, but what’s the limit? Albert Pujols is looking for 10 years and $300 million. The shocking part about that, is he may be the only one …
Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated has reported that there is a lot of interest in the lefty relief pitcher, Brian Fuentes. It is belived that he will get a multi-year contract from whichever team that he signs with.