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2010 MLB Break-out Pitchers | Tracking an Exciting Trend

With two true perfect games, one pseudo-perfect game, and two no-hitters, many people are dubbing 2010 as, "The Year of the Pitcher." While these individual feats are incredible in their own right, there is another pitching [...]

The New York Mets Won’t Stop Stopping

The NL East just keeps getting better.  We knew the Phillies were good.  Then we saw the 2-time defending NL champions acquire Roy Halladay and Placido Polanco. The 2nd place Braves staff goes 5-deep, and Jair [...]

Our Lovable Losers | Overview of The 2010 Chicago Cubs

  It’s been a rough start to 2010 for our Cubs as they have yet to get themselves above .500.  The main concern early this year has been the bullpen issues. It’s gotten so bad, in [...]

2010 MLB Power Rankings (April. 27th)

We’re nearing the end of the first month of the 2010 season, and some unlikely teams are hanging tough in the early divisional races. The surprising Athletics and Padres are both currently atop their respective divisions [...]

Seattle Mariners Quickly Becoming MLB’s Most Interesting Team To Watch

Last night, baseball fans turned their heads west to watch an Orioles-Mariners game. Most of those fans were actually headline writers, drooling in anticipation of the opportunity to print the words, Orioles Get Fisted. As Doug [...]

2010 NL West Team Preview | Arizona Diamondbacks

The D-Backs didn’t have much going for them in 2009, especially after Brandon Webb’s season ended after just one start. He and Dan Haren will be at the top of a completely remade starting rotation. [...]

2010 NL Central Team Preview | Houston Astros

Houston was one of the league’s least consistent teams in 2009, winding up in fifth place in the NL Central. Despite one of baseball’s most depleted farm systems, the Astros actually appear to be making some strides. [...]

2010 MLB Power Rankings | Opening Day

The New York Yankees captured their 27th world championship in 2009, winning their first World Series since 2000. With the Red Sox and Rays both looking strong, will the Yankees have enough to fend them off [...]

2010 NL West Team Preview | San Diego Padres

Manager Bud Black didn’t receive much credit last year, but he should’ve. Despite a largely unimpressive roster, he still managed to milk 75 wins out of them and keep them out of the basement in the NL [...]

2010 NL West Team Preview | L.A. Dodgers

Los Angeles, despite a major charge from Colorado late last season, was able to win the National League West. The team looks nearly identical to the one that won the division in 2009, and if they’re going [...]