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Top MLB Stories and News From Week 8

Top MLB Stories and News From Week 8

Each Week I recap the top story-lines, whether they are about a team, player, owner, fan, equipment, or whatever else is impacting the game. It’s Memorial Day, so while you’re busy remembering the great men and [...]

Who Will be the Next Chicago Cubs?

Overpaid, underperforming, and here to stay. Those words can be best used to describe the Chicago Cubs roster over the last 5 years. Carlos Zambrano’s game has been as consistent as his temper. Alfonso Soriano’s career has [...]

2011 MLB Power Rankings | Week 11

We endured an early start to the 2011 MLB season where the Boston Red Sox were awful and several other teams were pretenders. Now team’s identities are starting to be revealed and the playoff contenders are [...]

2011 MLB Weekly Round-up | Week 7

Each Week I recap the top 10 story-lines from the week, whether they are about a team, player, owner, fan, equipment, or whatever else is impacting the game.  I’ve missed a few weeks with MLBSoup.com under-going [...]

2011 MLB Power Rankings | Week 3

We’re not even a week-and-a-half into the 2011 Major League Baseball season, so it’s still too early to truly separate contenders from pretenders. Teams like the Indians and Orioles are off to tremendous starts, while teams [...]

2011 MLB Team Previews | Chicago Cubs

The Cubs made some nice moves in the off-season adding Matt Garza and Carlos Pena in an attempt to strengthen their club. While the Cubs are probably a tier below Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Milwaukee in [...]

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 NL Central Team Preview | Chicago Cubs

Despite finishing above .500, the 2009 season was something of a mess for the Cubs. Milton Bradley was at the center of it all, causing several disturbances throughout the season, perhaps debilitating Chicago’s chemistry in the process. However, [...]