The Two Pitchers Who Have Cost Themselves The Most This Year
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The Two Pitchers Who Have Cost Themselves The Most This Year

“Don’t pay attention to the stats until Memorial Day”. That warning against indulging in the small sample size theater that is the first month of the MLB season…

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Now Is Not The Time To Worry About The Cubs
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Now Is Not The Time To Worry About The Cubs

Six weeks into the season, the defending World Series Champion Cubs are struggling. At just 19-19, they sit 2.5 games back of the division rival Cardinals, who look…

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Will a Long-Shot Team Crash the National League Playoffs?
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Will a Long-Shot Team Crash the National League Playoffs?

The first weeks of the MLB season are generally littered with pleasant surprises. Suddenly, Ryan Zimmerman appears healthy and ready to turn the clock back a decade to…

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An Update On The Farm: Yoan Moncada & More
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An Update On The Farm: Yoan Moncada & More

As Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees is demonstrating this season, young players can often provide a huge boost to their big league clubs. Judge, a home…

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MLB May Power Rankings
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MLB May Power Rankings

We’re one month into what has been a fun month of baseball. Setting aside a few unfortunate developments (injury fiascoes in Queens, dirt bike accidents in San Francisco, to…

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Putting An Anemic Offensive Start Into Context: Kansas City Royals Edition
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Putting An Anemic Offensive Start Into Context: Kansas City Royals Edition

The Kansas City Royals offense has been absolutely dreadful for the first month of this season. They’re comfortably last in the league in a number of categories. Their…

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What Could a Blue Jays Rebuild Look Like?
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What Could a Blue Jays Rebuild Look Like?

About this time of year every season, a cliché goes around that states “You can’t win a pennant in April, but you can lose one”. The reasoning is…

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The Blue Jays Are Really Not In Unprecendented Territory
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The Blue Jays Are Really Not In Unprecendented Territory

One of the biggest early-season talking points around baseball so far has been the shockingly poor start of the Toronto Blue Jays. Even with a victory last night…

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The Mets Have A Jose Reyes Problem
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The Mets Have A Jose Reyes Problem

A mere 14 games has been enough to determine an unsettling fact for the Mets: Jose Reyes no longer belongs on a major league roster. It’s not just…

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The Early Season Narratives We Hope Reverse Themselves
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The Early Season Narratives We Hope Reverse Themselves

Last week, we went over a number of early-season story-lines that we hope persist throughout the season. The season is young, so these narratives certainly may not last,…

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