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Chicago Cubs: The Lovable Losers On A Rise

Baltimore Orioles – The Orioles finished strong and really aren’t that far from being back in postseason play, but they need to make several tweaks in the offseason. So, in other words, maybe we’ll see Matt Thornton used in high-leverage situations in the seventh or eighth inning, allowing Sergio Santos, sale jerseys or Jesse Crain to close out lower-leverage situations Read More


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Top 5 Overall Left Fielders – Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide 2009

For all intents and purposes, his career came to an end when in August, 1967, Angel’s Pitcher Jack Hamilton hit him in the face. He was never the same and although he tried a comeback, lingering problems from the beaning forced him to retire. He died in his early 40’s. “There’s no way Paul Konerko is as bad in 2009 Read More


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Ten Least-intimidating Baseball Team Names

Another guy who will get a look just because of his status on the 40-man. Acquired from the Braves in the glorious Scott Linebrink trade this offseason, Cofield hasn’t pitched above double-A in his career. Furthermore, he hasn’t exactly pitched well in double-A, posting a 4.29 FIP with Mississippi in 2010 that hardly inspires confidence. Really, though, whatever quibbles I Read More


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2009 White Sox Player Review: Jayson Nix

The first thing to watch for regarding Peavy is pretty obvious: Will he make an appearance in a spring training game? Given Peavy recently threw off a mound, I’d say that’s likely-but until he actually throws in live action this spring (be it an an or a b game), this is a question mark. Assuming Beckham avoids that whole April-June Read More