For Mike Moustakas, returning to the Milwaukee Brewers will be familiar territory—but it certainly won’t negate the potential for unfamiliarity.
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The Philadelphia Phillies snagged the former Marlins catcher and dramatically improved their lineup. They paid a steep price, but it’ll be worth it in the near-term. Especially if the biggest prize is still to come.
Continue reading “J.T. Realmuto heads to the Phillies at a cost. More importantly: Who else is coming?”
For the big name free agents, this winter has been a lot of sizzle with no steak. For those on the next tier down, it’s been a whole lot of nothing. Now with Spring Training looming, David Stearns should strike again, this time by landing free agent Marwin Gonzalez.
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The Milwaukee Brewers enter 2019 as tentative favorites in a vastly-improved NL Central. They’ll need their lineup top-down to perform all season. Here’s a look at some players who could play key roles in 2019. Today, we consider Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar.
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The future of the Los Angeles Dodgers may be going from a sunny California afternoon to the darkest of clouds over the City of Angels.
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This offseason was supposed to be one of epic proportions, with the New York Yankees at the epicenter of it all. Continue reading “New York Yankees settle infield with value over cost”
On the surface, it appears a simple positional upgrade. In reality, it seems Yasmani Grandal’s purpose has a chance to be much, much greater.
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“Stupid money” has been the phrase of the offseason. Here’s why the Phillies should keep spending smart money.
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Much has been made of Milwaukee Brewers prospect Mauricio Dubon‘s batting practice videos trickling out on his Twitter feed over recent weeks. How Dubon’s emergence helps or hinders the organization’s immediate attempt to plug a hole as sizable as the franchise has been in existence.
Continue reading “Let’s play Du: Mauricio Dubon, the Milwaukee Brewers and the second base conundrum”
The San Francisco Giants need to capitalize on Madison Bumgarner‘s trade value now before he displays the lack of ability he has left.
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