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MLB Roundup: Playoffs and MVP

The MLB playoff and MVP races are in full swing and reaching the finish line. The division races are all but dead, save for the NL Central, where the Cubs have an outside shot to overtake the Cardinals. Yet they're still four games back

MLB Power Rankings – 09/03/19

1. Houston Astros (90-49) https://twitter.com/astros/status/1168252584848711686 Welcome to the top spot Houston! And this is fresh off the no-no from Verlander. He joins an elite club of players with 3 or more no hitters. 2.

AL Wild Card Weekly

The AL wild card is getting pretty darn wild, as the Oakland A’s have surged to the top of the race, after winning 8 of 10. Including series wins against powerhouses, Houston and NY. Their team on paper isn’t overly impressive, but isn’t

MLB Power Rankings – 08/20/19

1. New York Yankees (83-43) https://twitter.com/Yankees/status/1162806637381455872 Welcome to the top spot in the rankings Yankees! Even though they made no moves at the deadline, they are now 15-4 with a plus-30 run differential

The National League Playoff Race- NL East Edition

Hey, Folks! We are let's talk about the National League playoff picture. In this article, we will discuss the NL East, followed by the Central tomorrow, the West on Sunday, and the Wild Card situations on Monday. This is going to be a

Race for the Division- AL Central Edition

The trade of Trevor Bauer baffled me, at least when it happened. I thought hey you have a playoff-type pitching staff and Trevor is a stud don't give up yet! Yes he did throw one of the worst temper tantrums I have ever seen mid-game

2019 American League Wildcard Breakdown

The AL wild card race took an unlikely turn, Monday, when Cleveland took sole possession of first in the AL Central. Albeit a small lead, yet still stunning, considering how the Twins seemed like a lock. That leads the Twins as top wild

MLB Power Rankings 08/13/19

1. Los Angeles Dodgers (79-41) Fun Fact: The last time a pitcher qualified for the ERA title with an ERA under 1.50 was Bob Gibson in 1968. Ryu is currently sitting at 1.45. Still the best team in majors right now and they are

Houston Astros New Big 3

Justin Verlander, Gerrit Cole, and Zack Greinke- The Astros New Big 3 Zack Greinke being dealt to the Houston Astros at the trade deadline is easily the best and most talked-about move this season. Not only did it make the Astros