With spring training in full swing, rosters are starting to fill out, and teams have a good idea of what their Opening Day rosters will look like. While some offseason moves have catapulted teams to the top of the AL power rankings, other teams have taken a step back in a league that is now dominated by power first basemen. Even though every team has a chance to be a surprise and make some noise, many teams face the reality that they won't win very many games in this competitive league.
It's only a matter of days before the 2014 MLB regular season gets underway—feels good to hear, doesn't it? With spring training wrapping up and many teams' Opening Day rosters taking shape, it's time to take a glance at where MLB's... Read Post
After an offseason of trade rumors and free-agent signings, and following a full slate of spring training games, Opening Day of the 2014 MLB season is finally here. The first day of spring may have officially been March 20, but for ... Read Post