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Welcome To The Wild, Wild, West

by Will Wetzel

The National League West is coming down to the wire in 2018. Can the Rockies hold on to their slim lead?
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Matt Carpenter Fueling Cardinals’ Comeback

by Will Wetzel

An epic turnaround in St. Louis has seen the Cardinals now play like contenders. Matt Carpenter has led this charge by doing what he does best.
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What Does Tommy Pham Bring To The Rays?

by Will Wetzel

Tommy Pham is struggling in 2018 after his breakout season in 2017. However, Pham’s ability to make hard contact may help him end his slump.
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How The Brewers Should Reconfigure Their New-Look Infield

by Will Wetzel

The Brewers have an infield logjam after the Moustakas and Schoop trades. What is their best infield configuration?
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Mariners vs. Athletics: The Most Interesting Postseason Race

by Will Wetzel

The Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics are gearing up for what looks to be a tight race for the second wild card spot.
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Chris Davis Is A Symbol Of The Orioles’ Futility

by Will Wetzel

Chris Davis has been on a steep decline the past few years, and his performance has reflected the Orioles’ 2018 season.
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Mookie Betts Is The Real AL MVP So Far

by Will Wetzel

Two notable trends in Mookie Betts’s swing have made the Red Sox star right fielder the early favorite for AL MVP.
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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.