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The San Diego Padres could be potential suitors for Manny Machado, and maybe that wouldn’t be such bad addition. As the last handful of seasons have gone for the San Diego Padres they weren’t that great of a team in 2018. They finished last in the NL West, and there were plenty of reasons for
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The New York Yankees are primed to position themselves for a World Series run in 2019, and they plan on making the most of this offseason. With a star-studded free agent class headlined by Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, the New York Yankees might dip into the trade market to patch a starting pitching sized hole
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The New York Mets officially hired Brodie Van Wagenen to be their new General Manager. Here’s how he can make the Mets competitive in 2019. The Mets decided to go with an outside the box hire at General Manager. Former agent, Brodie Van Wagenen will take over as the GM of the Mets after they parted
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WASHINGTON, DC – AUGUST 02: Bryce Harper #34 of the Washington Nationals rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run against the Cincinnati Reds during the eighth inning at Nationals Park on August 02, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) Golden Tate trade grade: Eagles move to end their Super Bowl
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In August of this year, the largest women’s baseball tournament in the world came to the United States for the first time. Held in Viera, Florida, the Women’s Baseball World Cup showcased teams from 12 countries. The U.S. Women’s National Team came in fourth place and was comprised of a mix of veteran talent and
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Both Mike Trout and Bryce Harper could potentially sign record-breaking contracts in the MLB offseason this year, but what if the two were drafted to the same team? Mike Trout is undoubtedly the best player in Major League Baseball, but when he entered the MLB Draft in 2009, no one knew what he would become.
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The Los Angeles Angels opted out of their lease on Angel Stadium. Does this mean the team is finally moving? In 2005, the Anaheim Angels rebranded themselves of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Ironically, that mouthful of a name stuck until 2016 when the Angels dropped the “of Anaheim” and went with just “Los
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An emotional David Wright announced that he will return for the Mets final homestand, essentially saying Sept. 29th will be the final game of his career. When the Mets announced that David Wright would talk with the media regarding his timeline for the rest of the season, many assumed the worst, that Wright’s career would
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Todd Frazier made an amazing catch on Monday night, or so we thought. He actually fooled the umpires with a rubber ball. Todd Frazier has struggled to stay on the field in his first season with the New York Mets. He’s played just 93 games this year but when on the field he’s been relatively
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Teams were still busy up until Friday’s midnight deadline to add important pieces they hope will get them deep into October. The MLB non-waiver trade deadline may have passed on July 31, but teams were still busy into August adding pieces for a playoff push. Teams had until midnight on Friday to make deals for
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This season is over for the Washington Nationals, but what about the future? With MLB’s final trade deadline of the year fast approaching, the Washington Nationals officially waved the white flag on a massively disappointing 2018 season by placing a handful of stars on revocable waivers. Though Bryce Harper was actually claimed by the Los
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After being placed on waivers by the Washington Nationals, infielder Daniel Murphy has been traded to the Chicago Cubs. It appears as though the Washington Nationals have officially thrown in the towel. The Nationals placed Bryce Harper, Matt Adams and Daniel Murphy on revocable waivers. It is being reported by Jon Heyman of Fancred that
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