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Yoshinobu Yamamoto is going to be a problem for MLB hitters

The baseball world waited with bated breath and sweet anticipation as Japanese superstar Yoshinobu Yamamoto made his debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the World Series champion Texas Rangers. While you can always take Spring Training with a grain of salt, especially concerning the star players, Yamamoto took the opportunity to display a glimpse… read more

What Kodai Senga’s injury means for the Mets

The New York Mets’ parade of misery started early for the 2024 season as general manager David Stearns announced on Thursday morning that Kodai Senga has a mild strain of his posterior capsule in his shoulder and that would likely begin the season on the injured list. Kodai Senga has a mild strain of his… read more

Randal Grichuk Will Mash Lefties for the Diamondbacks

The defending National League Champion Arizona Diamondbacks have had a fairly productive offseason. Owners of a solid core, they have been bolstering their roster with veteran free agent signings. General manager Mike Hazen recently mentioned last Friday that the team was still interested in adding pieces, particularly another bat. Less than 24 hours after that… read more

Bradish to the IL Makes Starting Pitching a Puzzle to Solve for the Orioles Once Again

The 2024 MLB season barely started for pitchers and catchers in spring training and the Baltimore Orioles’ Opening Day rotation has already suffered a huge blow. It was announced early on Thursday morning that Kyle Bradish, who finished fourth in American League Cy Young voting a season ago, will begin the year on the injured… read more

There’s Merit in Jackson Holliday Playing Second Base

When the Baltimore Orioles selected Jackson Holliday first overall in 2022, it was with the assumption that he was destined to become the shortstop of the future for the organization. Scouting reports and assessment deemed Holliday as a fixture at the position thanks to the athleticism and skill at the position, so it was natural… read more

The Milwaukee Brewers Have Done Well to Boost Their Offense

It’s been an interesting offseason for the Milwaukee Brewers. The team has publicly made a point of reducing payroll and moving away from key players that were headed to for free agency following the 2024 season. Most recently they sent former Cy Young award-winning pitcher Corbin Burnes to the Baltimore Orioles for a small package…. read more

Clayton Kershaw Remains a Los Angeles Dodger

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly re-signed franchise pitcher Clayton Kershaw for the 2024 season per Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman of the New York Post. The club has not confirmed the deal as it is pending a physical which will occur on Thursday. The physical is an important aspect as Kershaw underwent shoulder surgery in… read more

Bobby Witt Jr. Signs Largest Contract in Royals History

The Kansas City Royals and star shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. have announced they have agreed to an 11-year, $288.7 million extension as first reported by Jeff Passan of ESPN. The present, the future, and the largest contract in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/LpcUGPpzkj — Kansas City Royals (@Royals) February 5, 2024 It’s also been reported that Witt’s… read more

How Does the Mariners Lineup Look After Busy January?

After spending the first two months of the offseason actively trading away assets, fans of the Seattle Mariners wondered when they would begin to add meaningful pieces, if at all. Mariners top brass preached patience to fans as after the start of the new year, they began to make good on their promise to start… read more

3 Landing Spots for Jorge Soler

The market for veteran impact bats and designated hitters is heating up in the wake of Joc Pederson signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks and rumors that a decision by Justin Turner is likely to happen quite soon. Last week I covered potential landing spots for J.D. Martinez, which leaves a discussion open for a comparable… read more


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