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Building A Dynasty Defense: Five Rising Stars Who Shape The Future of Baseball

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe future is here. As the calendar turns to the 2021 Major League Baseball season, many prospects will have their opportunity to shine under the bright lights. With a plethora of talent in store for the next generation of baseball, only a few prospects stand above the rest. When asked to build a “dynasty defense”, a select few player came to mind. Currently ranked numbers one and two on MLB.com’s prospect rankings, Tampa Bay’s Wander Franco and Baltimore’s Adley Rutschman take the second base and catcher positions, respectively. At the corners, you can’t forget to mention...

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Breaking Down Major League Baseball’s Award Winners

Reading Time: 2 minutesBaseball’s best were honored under the bright lights as the Baseball Writers’ Association of America announced its Most Valuable Player and Cy Young awards for the 2020 season. In the American League, standout performances from Jose Abreu and Shane Bieber landed the duo an MVP and Cy Young, respectively. In the National League, fresh faces in Freddie Freeman and Trevor Bauer were the best among the best in 2020. Most Valuable Player American League: Jose Abreu – DH, Chicago White Sox Propelling the White Sox into their first postseason appearance in 12 years, American League MVP...

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Headlines Around The League: Pujols RBI Record, Giolito No-No, Trade Deadline Rumors

Reading Time: 3 minutesAlbert Pujols Passes Alex Rodriguez For 2nd In RBI Race Connecting on an RBI single in the fifth inning against the Houston Astros, this RBI meant more than just in the box score. With his 12th RBI of the season, Albert Pujols surpassed Yankees’ icon Alex Rodriguez for second in the all-time RBI leaderboard. Pujols etches his name in the history books with this. Though, Pujols still has a long way to go as he sits behind leader Hank Aaron with 2,297. On a different note, Pujols, 40, has hit four home runs in his abbreviated...

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Headlines Around The League: Slam Diego, Windy City Showdown, Yankees Hit IL

Reading Time: 4 minutes“Slam Diego” Padres Are Rolling Man oh man, the “Slam Diego” Padres have been on a record-breaking tear in their recent week of play. But before we dive right in, you have to acknowledge the sensation of Fernando Tatis Jr. The high-flying, energetic shortstop is one of Major League Baseball’s brightest stars and has been playing MVP-caliber baseball. Leading all of baseball in home runs and RBIs, Tatis Jr. has no sights of slowing down the season. The main power source on the Padres leads the team in Batting AVG, Home runs, RBIs, OBP, Hits and...

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Analyzing The Chicago White Sox’s First Pair of Series: How They Performed

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe 2020 season is finally here and everyone was excited well, except Orioles fans. The Chicago White Sox have an off day today, and let’s take a look at how they began their season: It started with the Minnesota Twins on Opening Day which involved a really – fun – first inning. Minnesota Twins Series Literally the first pitch, 365 feet home run with a Batting Average of .170. Yup, it’s one of those years. The Sox just couldn’t get out of that inning allowing five. It could have been avoided if Leury Garcia made a...

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