AL East

New York Yankees 2015 Preview and Prediction

Jacoby Ellsbury and the Yankees enter the post-Derek Jeter era with plenty of question marks
New York Yankees 2015 Preview and Prediction

The Yankees committed almost $500 million to new players before 2014, yet their record actually got worse. Their first multi-year playoff drought of the wild card era seems likely to stretch to three years in 2015. The Yankees, as usual, have the flashy names and the gaudy payroll, but they again won’t have the elite-level production to go with it.

Boston Red Sox 2015 Preview and Prediction

David Ortiz leads a revamped Red Sox lineup looking to reclaim supremacy in the AL East
Boston Red Sox 2015 Preview and Prediction

With all due respect to Space Mountain, Goliath and the Viper, the wildest roller coaster in the United States currently resides in Fenway Park. From worst to first to worst to … first again?

Baltimore Orioles 2015 Preview and Prediction

Adam Jones and the O's may have a hard time defending their AL East crown after a quiet offseason
Baltimore Orioles 2015 Preview

After posting a winning record in three consecutive seasons, the Orioles could be challenged to finish above .500 in 2015 due to a lack of significant activity over the winter.

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Top Professional Coaches Under 50

Our look at the most accomplished under-50 coaches in baseball, basketball, football and hockey
<p> Top Professional Coaches Under 50</p>

Veterans can be they key to any championship season. However, that doesn’t always extend to the bench or the dugout.

In June, Erik Spoelstra coached the Miami Heat to an NBA title at age 41, but he had to go through Oklahoma City’s Scott Brooks, 46, to do it.

New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox Still Avoiding the Cellar

The two AL powers rarely seen at the bottom
<p> Both teams having sub-par seasons at the same time is rare indeed.</p>

Regardless what the standings look like now, with the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox teetering near the bottom of the AL East, they are not likely to end the season there. The Baltimore Orioles are bad enough that they won’t let it happen this season, but just in case you’re wondering, the last time the Yankees and Red Sox finished last and next-to-last in their division/league was in 1966. The only other time was way back in 1925.

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