Colorado Rockies Season Analysis

  It’s August of 2016 and once again the question has come up: Will the Colorado Rockies trade Carlos Gonzalez? I can’t even remember the last time Colorado went an entire year without experts asking the question. Should they? Will they? They traded Troy Tulowitzki last season, and maybe it’s time to go into full…

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Where should New York end up in the standings?

It’s been a long time coming, but the New York Knicks are relevant in the Eastern Conference again. They may not be title contenders yet, but with offseason moves such as signing Joakim Noah and trading for Derrick Rose, fans in New York are thinking playoffs for their beloved team. After back to back bad…

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What Should The Mets Do?

In this article I will be stating my opinion on what the Mets should do at this year’s trade deadline.   From the moment in 2006 when Carlos Beltran looked at the curveball from Adam Wainwright and the Mets watched as the Cardinals celebrated about advancing to the World Series Mets fans everywhere still had…

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The Impact of Aroldis Chapman

As you all may know the Cubs acquired Aroldis Chapman last week. The trade involved prospects Gleyber Torres, Billy McKinney, and Rashad Crawford. In addition, Adam Warren went back to New York in exchange for the “Cuban Missile”. Analysts were saying that the Cubs gave up way too much talent for a rental who will…

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The Astros Rebuilding Method Actually Worked

As any casual baseball fan can recall, the Houston Astros were a dreadful franchise for many years, as they shifted from the N.L. to the A.L. Losing over 105 games for three straight years. The clubs outlook was dismal, but, their future was beginning to brew in the minor leagues. By stockpiling these high draft…

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Nationals aquire Mark Melancon

The Washington Nationals have acquired All-Star Closer Mark Melancon from the Pirates in exchange for LHP Felipe Rivero and LHP Taylor Hearn. This move truly solidifies the Nationals bullpen as they were looking for a closer with Papelbon falling apart recently. The Pirates also emerge as sellers. Moving Melancon marks the first move of the…

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The Wild Inconsistencies of Max Scherzer

In 2013, Mad Max burst onto the scene with the Detroit Tigers, as we won the AL Cy Young award. His statistics dazzled, as he sported a 21-3 record, a 2.90 ERA and 24o strikeouts. After the 2014 season, he took his electric stuff to Washington. He was yet again dominant, throwing two no-hitters his…

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