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What Would Giancarlo Stanton Look Like In Colorado?

by John Balletta

Baseball’s best home run hitter playing every game at Coors Field? I think we just broke Giancarlo Stanton.
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From RallyCat To October: Why The Cardinals May Prove Doubters Wrong

by Will Wetzel

The RallyCat phenomenon has excited the Cards’ fanbase, but it’s up to two young stars to push the team to October.
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The Changing Definition of “Votto-matic”

by John Balletta

Joey Votto routinely dominates in the second half, but the numbers reveal a new approach every time.
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Predicting The 2017 Silver Sluggers

by Richard Mattox

As we enter baseball’s final quarter, which players will be named their position’s most lethal offensive weapon?
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Sizzling to Shivering: Hot Starters Currently Cold (And Vice Versa)

by John Balletta

Is anybody hotter than Corey Kluber? And what happened to Ivan Nova’s explosive start?
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The Dodgers’ Dominance Reveals Their Core Strengths

by Will Wetzel

The Dodgers’ potent, balanced hitting and pitching has the team poised to have a historic season.
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Why Yu Darvish Will Love Hollywood (And Vice Versa)

by John Balletta

Darvish, now in Dodger blue, is poised to dominate in his new digs.
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Draft Kings: The Royals And The New CBA

by John Balletta

Thanks to baseball’s most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Royals can essentially go all in and rebuild - at the same time.
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Why The Induction Of Bagwell And Rodriguez Should Not Open The Door For Bonds And Clemens

by Richard Mattox

As players with loose connections to PEDs earn election to Baseball’s Hall of Fame, the reasons to keep confirmed users out have not changed.
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Why Justin Turner Is Lighting It Up In Los Angeles

by Will Wetzel

Justin Turner bought into the launch angle phenomenon and is getting fantastic results in 2017.
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Trade Deadline Primer

by Jeremy Losak, Bobby Brooks

With the trade deadline Monday, which teams are expected to be active?
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The Historically Great Jose Altuve

by John Balletta

A scorching July has Jose Altuve in the thick of the AL MVP race. But his remarkable young career is the real story.
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Late-Bloomer Jason Vargas May Wilt In The Second-Half

by Richard Mattox

Jason Vargas was named to his first All-Star team this year, but his numbers suggest he may not be the same pitcher down the stretch.
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What Should The Pirates Do With A Rejuvenated Andrew McCutchen?

by Will Wetzel

With the trade deadline looming, Andrew McCutchen’s renaissance puts the Pirates in an interesting, yet tough predicament.
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The Chicago Cubs Made A Great Trade For Next Year

by John Balletta

Unlike the Aroldis Chapman rental, the most recent Cubs trade could have its greatest impact next year.
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Rising In The Desert: Why The Trout-Less Angels Have Not Faltered

by Will Wetzel

With Mike Trout’s impending return coming today, the Angels look forward to reinserting him into a lineup that’s found its groove.
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The Wild Wild NL West Is Home To Three Of Baseball’s Best Teams

by Richard Mattox

The Dodgers, D-backs, and Rockies own three of the five best records in baseball, but will all three make it to October?
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Sample Size Watch, Part Three: Pitchers

by John Balletta

Jeff Samardzija’s statistically significant rate stats point to a much better pitcher down the stretch.
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Michael Fulmer Is Bucking The Home Run Trend

by Jeremy Losak

Not all Major League pitchers are struggling with the long ball. Michael Fulmer has figured out the key to bucking the trend.
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Can The Brewers Win The NL Central?

by Bobby Murray

The Brewers have been on a roll since early April and now lead the NL Central, but will they be able to carry their success in the second half?

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