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2015 MLB Preview: American League Central

We’ve already previewed the AL East. Now it’s time for the Central Division:

AL Central

This is the deepest division in baseball. Detroit has been the gold standard in the Central for years and no doubt they’ll be gunning for a fifth straight division title. 817 more words


How was your Week?

With the Oklahoma City Thunder hanging on to the 8th and final playoff seed in the Western Conference it was announced that last seasons M.V.P. Kevin Durant will miss the rest of the season. 1,074 more words


Money Talks: Joba, Moncada, Giancarlo Stanton & Scherzer

In a recent Sports Illustrated article, Giancarlo Stanton said he was ‘angered’ by the record $325 million dollar contract offer from the Miami Marlins. Miami’s history of cutting payrolls after signing high priced talent is one reason for the anger stating, “five months doesn’t change five years.” I get what he is trying to convey to the public and he very well might mean what he is saying; that the numbers don’t mean anything. 879 more words


Spring Training Thoughts: Vince Coleman & The Chicago White Sox

The guy who some readers might remember for throwing a lit firecracker into a crowd of baseball fans that were waiting for autographs in the Dodger Stadium parking lot in July of 1993… is back in baseball. 791 more words


25 Years Wiser

Last week I celebrated my 25th birthday.  Others call their 25th birthday the 4th anniversary of their 21st or the start of a quarter-life crisis. I could not imagine having a better week to close out a life-changing 24 and kicking off a transformative 25.   1,763 more words


1987 Linear Championship History

ABOVE: The Detroit Tigers, who held the linear championship 11 times in 1987, defeat the 13-time champion ’87 Toronto Blue Jays to secure the American League East Championship. 641 more words

Linear Championship

Innings Eaters: MLB News 3/27/2015 - AL MVP Prediction, Detroit Tigers Injuries, and More!

Here’s what was going on over at Innings Eaters today.

Mike Trout is the reigning American League MVP, but he’s not who I think will win it this season. 99 more words

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