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Predicting Baseball’s 2016 All-Star Teams

Look into our MLB crystal ball. Come on, you know you want to.
<p> Look into our MLB crystal ball.</p>

Now that baseball is back in full swing, we started thinking about the future. And there’s nothing more fun than projecting where today’s baseball stars will be playing three years from now, and predicting who the best players in each league will be. So here goes. The 2016 All-Star teams.

2012 World Series Preview and Prediction: San Francisco Giants vs. Detroit Tigers

Pitching will rule the day
<p> Expect low-scoring, close games from Giants and Tigers</p>

The San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers—both of these franchises have been in business for more than 100 years, but the two tradition-laden clubs have never met in the World Series. Detroit has won 11 American League pennants, winning the World Series four times. The Tigers last won the Series in 1984 and lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in 2006. Since 1900, the Giants have 19 pennants, appearing the World Series 18 times, winning six, the most recent coming just two years ago when they defeated the Texas Rangers in 2010.

MLB Trade Deadline: Winners and Losers

Some teams got better, while others looked towards the future.
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Every summer August 1 is something like New Year’s Day in baseball. General managers around the league work frantically through July 31 to reshape their teams into contenders or sell off spare parts in order to rebuild for the future. It marks the beginning of the pennant drive, with a different look to many lineups.

Major League Baseball is Back: 2012 Preview and Predictions

The baseball season begins with many new faces in new places.
<p> Baseball is Back: 2012 Preview and Predictions</p>

From the pages of Athlon Sports Monthly, here are five major storylines for the 2012 baseball season , as well as our predictions.

Detroit Tigers 2012 Preview

Tigers are clear favortie in AL Central
<p> With Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera in the middle of the lineup, the Tigers are quite certainly the best team yet again in the Central — where there is not even an obvious challenger to their supremacy.</p>

Detroit Tigers

Nine Top Offseason Stories Heading into the 2012 MLB Season

Ryan Braun, Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder and the Marlins topped the Hot Stove.
<p> Ryan Braun, Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder and More</p>

--By Patrick Snow (@AthlonSnowman)

Since the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th World Series in late October, the baseball world has witnessed many major moves and risky contracts — and that was with the big-money Yankees and Red Sox staying fairly quiet. From power sluggers leaving the NL Central to power arms moving east, there were many winter changes that will have a long-lasting effect on the 2012 campaign and beyond. Here are nine of the most important hot stove happenings:

Prince Fielder Signs Giant Contract with Tigers; Cabrera Now 1st Overall Fantasy Pick

Detroit signs Fielder, but it gives Cabrera much-needed protection in the lineup
<p> Detroit signs Fielder, but it gives Cabrera much-needed protection in the lineup</p>

In a surprise free agent signing, the Detroit Tigers won the Prince Fielder sweepstakes and inked the ex-Brewer to a reported 9-year $214 million contract today.

Milwaukee Brewers Mt. Rushmore

Yount and Molitor, Then Who?
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<p> After one disastrous year in Seattle, the Pilots became the Milwaukee Brewers in 1970. From the American League West to the AL East, to the AL Central to the National League Central, the Brew Crew has won two division titles. Two Hall of Famers — Robin Yount and Paul Molitor — are the faces of the franchise. Who else belongs on the Brewers' Mt. Rushmore?</p>

MLB Mt. Rushmores

by Charlie Miller

Major League Baseball is promoting an effort to identify the best four players in each team’s history. We selected our choices for Mt. Rushmores a few years ago. Here are updated versions for all 30 teams. Who are the four baseball players that have risen above all others for each organization? The question sounds simple, right? Not so fast. Let the arguments begin.