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Is Patrick Corbin’s Great Start Sustainable?

by Will Wetzel

Patrick Corbin is off to a good start in 2018. However, a few red flags have emerged that should concern the D-backs.
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Why Sho-Time In Los Angeles Is Off To A Great Start

by Will Wetzel

Shohei Ohtani’s plan of being a two-way player is going well thus far, but what adjustments does he need to make?
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Baseball’s Most Unproductive Debate

by Josh Wortsman

Mike Trout has been better than Bryce Harper, no matter how many times we try and debate it.
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How The Kansas City Royals Can Quicken Their Rebuild

by Will Wetzel

With their 2015 World Series title in the past, the Royals need to turn their attention to building the next generation of Royals baseball.
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Three Players With A Lot To Lose In 2018

by Josh Wortsman

These players have the most riding on a standout performance in 2018.
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AL East Division Preview: How Can The Red Sox Remain On Top Of The Yankees?

by Will Wetzel

The Yankees’ acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton tightens the AL East Division. Meanwhile, the Red Sox look to repeat as division champions.
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NL East Division Preview: Can The Mets Challenge The Nationals For NL East Supremacy?

by Will Wetzel

The National League East looks to be one of the least competitive divisions in baseball. However, the Mets hope to challenge the Nationals in 2018.
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NL Central Preview: Can the Cardinals or Brewers Challenge The Cubs?

by Will Wetzel

The National League Central is poised to be a competitive race deep into September with the Cardinals and Brewers looking to challenge the Cubs.
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NL West Division 2018 Preview: Will There Be A Three Team Race For Second?

by Will Wetzel

The National League West will be a wild showdown in 2018 with four teams eyeing the postseason.
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How To Judge The Angels Proposal For A Six-Man Rotation

by Will Wetzel

With the arrival of Japanese phenom Shohei Ohtani, the Angels are considering a six-man rotation. But is it a good idea?
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What To Make Of The Mets Re-Signing Jay Bruce

by Will Wetzel

While the free agent market is still moving slower than ever, the Mets bring back a slugging outfield that may help them in more ways than one.