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  • Houston Astros 2014 Preview

    MLB Houston AstrosFor the Astros, it’s time to move forward. Coming off three consecutive 100-loss seasons, including a club-record 111 losses last year that included a franchise-record 15-game...

    1 month 6 days ago by Charlie Miller

  • Minnesota Twins 2014 Preview

    MLB During their first 50 seasons in Minnesota, the Twins had a total of two seasons with 95-plus losses: 1982 and ’99. After averaging 97 losses the past three seasons, fans were demanding change...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Kansas City Royals 2014 Preview

    MLB This is the year, finally, the Royals believe that everything comes together after an often-tortuous reconstruction project over the last seven-plus years under general manager Dayton Moore. The...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Detroit Tigers 2014 Preview

    MLB Over the winter, the Tigers underwent the type of overhaul befitting a disappointing loser, not a 93-win division champ that came within two wins of a second straight World Series berth. They...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Cleveland Indians 2014 Preview

    MLB Was 2013 just a nice little season by the Indians or a springboard to bigger things? AL Manager of the Year Terry Francona asked that question in December at the winter meetings at Disney World, and...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Chicago White Sox 2014 Preview

    MLB Rebuild and restructure are words the Chicago White Sox have preferred to avoid for decades, primarily because that has not been the game plan. They were a Go For It franchise. Maybe these two words...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Boston Red Sox 2014 Preview

    MLB The Red Sox were in the process of building a bridge when they decided to make it a launch pad. The shocking World Series title that followed brought the joy back to Boston baseball after two years...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • New York Yankees 2014 Preview

    MLB As is always the case it seems, there is no shortage of big stories in the Big Apple. Long-time shortstop and captain Derek Jeter is retiring after the season. Alex Rodriguez became a one-man...

    1 month 1 week ago by Charlie Miller

  • Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Preview

    MLB The Blue Jays went all-in on 2013, trading several top prospects, boosting the payroll, attracting more fans — but winning only one more game and finishing last in the American League East....

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

  • Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Preview

    MLB New Year’s Day passed without the intensely rumored trade of David Price. As one of the most desirable players to hit the market in recent years — a Cy Young winner in his prime with two...

    1 month 1 week ago by Athlon Sports

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  • Grilling the San Diego Chicken

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    Grilling the San Diego Chicken

    No one will ever know which came first, the chicken or the egg. But one thing we do know: Before the Phillie Phanatic and the Suns Gorilla and Bernie Brewer, there was the San Diego Chicken. In 1974...

  • Top 100 Baseball Players from the Expansion Era

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    Top 100 Baseball Players of the Expansion Era (since 1961)

    OK, I know ranking the top 100 baseball players since expansion in 1961 is a daunting, tricky exercise wrought with endless debate. Yeah, but it’s what I do. There’s no doubt in my mind..., OK, I know ranking the top 100 baseball players since expansion in 1961 is a daunting, tricky exercise wrought with endless debate. Yeah, but it’s what I do. There’s no doubt in my mind...

  • Los Angeles Dodgers

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    Ranking the Best and Worst MLB Managerial Jobs in 2014

    Would you rather live in San Diego or Cleveland? Who you rather play in Yankee Stadium or Tropicana Field? Who would you rather work for? A Steinbrenner or a giant cable company?Certainly,...

  • Miguel Cabrera

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    46 Things That Never Happened in Baseball Until 2013

    Major League Baseball has been around in some form or fashion for nearly 150 years. From the days of Babe Ruth and Ted Williams to the time when Hank Aaron became the home run king or the more...

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    150 Funny Fantasy Baseball Team Names

    Only one team will win your fantasy baseball league, but everyone can have a funny fantasy baseball team name. These are 150 suggestions for the baseball nerds, Internet bird dogs, Sabermetric...

  • Mike Trout

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    25 Best Baseball Players 25 and Under

    Baseball players have often been referred to as the “boys of summer,” and as far as MLB goes, the use of the word “boy” may have never been more appropriate. Look around the...

  • David Ortiz

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    Best Baseball Players 35 and Over

    Everyone knows that Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and others are the future of baseball, but that doesn’t mean three aren’t any All-Star-caliber “old” guys still...

  • Chuck Knoblach

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    10 Worst Calls in MLB Playoff History

    10. Matt Holliday misses home, 2007 NL West Play-InThis Wild Card tie-breaker isn't really a playoff game, but we're including this game 163 in our countdown since it came after the regular...

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    Baseball's Mt. Rushmores - All 30 Teams

    Every MLB team should have its own Mt. Rushmore — four individuals that have risen above all others for each organization. Here is one man’s opinion for all 30 Mt. Rushmores from Aaron...