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Complete Chicago White Sox 2015 Season Preview

For as bad as the 2013 season was for the Chicago White Sox (the worst campaign since the club’s disastrous 64-97 showing in 1976), 2014 was as promising. There were exceptional showings from staff ace Chris Sale and rookie first baseman Jose Abreu. Show More Summary

Complete Oakland Athletics 2015 Season Preview

The Oakland Athletics 2015 season is upon us, with not too much changing during spring training. A few players were injured, a few others stood out, and some who were expected to do well floundered. All three of these occurrences should...Show More Summary

Building MLB's 2015 Ultimate Starting Pitching Rotation

Pitchers have been dominating baseball over the past several years, as evidenced in 2014 by Clayton Kershaw's jaw-dropping regular season followed by Madison Bumgarner's epic postseason. But, when building the ultimate starting rotation,...Show More Summary

Complete Boston Red Sox 2015 Season Preview

The Boston Red Sox's 2015 season begins on April 6, when they visit the Philadelphia Phillies. Just in case you haven't been paying detailed attention to everything that's happened this winter, here's a quick look at what you need to...Show More Summary

Complete New York Mets 2015 Season Preview

The 2015 New York Mets are a unique breed, falling somewhere between postseason sleepers and just more headaches waiting to happen. While the club still does not boast the baseball pedigree of the crosstown-rival New York Yankees, Forbes recently ranked the team as the seventh-most valuable in the MLB. Show More Summary

Indians Players Prank Young SS Jose Ramirez by Parking His Car on Infield

The Cleveland Indians' Jose Ramirez is no longer a rookie, but that doesn't mean the 22-year-old shortstop can't be the target of a fun practical joke by veteran teammates. On Thursday morning, some Indians player(s) pranked Ramirez by parking his car on the team's spring training practice field. Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball 2015: Projections and Rankings for Top Regression Candidates

Good times rarely last forever. A few MLB breakout stars will learn this the hard way when regression strikes in 2015, hopefully not for fantasy baseball managers paying a premium on draft day. Remember when Chris Davis hit 53 home runs...Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball 2015 Sleepers: 20 Last-Minute Names to Know

Let's paint a not-so-pretty picture: Your fantasy draft—the event for which you have been prepping and planning for weeks—is well underway and in its final stages. The core of your club already is intact, complete with studs from your...Show More Summary

Projecting Big League ETAs for Baseball's 10 Most MLB-Ready Prospects

One of the worst things about prospects is that they make you play the waiting game. Everyone wants to see them break through, but they're typically ready when they're ready and not a moment sooner. For a select few prospects, however, that moment is drawing near. Show More Summary

Joc Pederson, Corey Seager Will Make Dodgers Fans Forget Hanley, Kemp

All together, Los Angeles Dodgers fans: Goodbye Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez, hello Joc Pederson and Corey Seager. Yes, the winds of change are whistling in Southern California, and they're blowing in a new core of homegrown stars. Don't...Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Spring Training Buzz

Opening Day draws ever closer, and with each passing day, the promise of warmer weather, insane ballpark delicacies that only a child, a mad scientist or a bunch of guys in their 20s sitting around their loft watching Half Baked allShow More Summary

25 Bold MLB Predictions for 2015 Season

The easy forecasts are there every single spring. The perennial dominant pitcher will dominate again. The superstar hitter will hit like a superstar. The loaded team will win its division, and the injury-plagued will get injured. Even...Show More Summary

Do the 2015 Cubs Have the Pitching Needed to Make Good on the Hype?

Let's do something other than talk about the Chicago Cubs offense. We've talked enough about that, though not without good reason. The Cubs offense looms large in discussions about why they're destined to contend in 2015, as surely any...Show More Summary

4 Things We Learned About the Baltimore Orioles in Spring Training

The beginning of the regular season is just a week and a half away, which means that the end of spring training is near. Teams use the spring training exhibition season to evaluate their roster's makeup and capabilities. For the Baltimore...Show More Summary

White Sox's Revamped Rotation Starting to Shape Up Nicely as Opening Day Nears

You know what they say: When your ace breaks his foot falling off a truck, it's nice to have another one up your sleeve. OK, nobody says that. But it's a truism nonetheless for the Chicago White Sox, who on Wednesday named Jeff Samardzija...Show More Summary

Complete Cincinnati Reds 2015 Season Preview

After a long and busy offseason, the Cincinnati Reds are ready to try to prove all of the doubters wrong. Entering last season, the Reds had made the playoffs in three out of four seasons. Unfortunately, the team had an injury-riddled...Show More Summary

Cubs’ Edwin Jackson misses start after driving to wrong stadium

Jackson missed his spring training start Tuesday against the A's when he drove to the wrong stadium.

Blue Jays’ Kevin Pillar wants to be remembered for more than The Sneeze

"Do I fight it and be upset?," Pillar asks. "Or do I just embrace it so that it becomes water under the bridge?"

Cincinnati Reds Fans Misrepresented: There Is No RBI vs. OBP Debate

If you haven't heard, Cincinnati, USA has become the capital for baseball bigotry, or in more amicable terms, the focal point of a baffling hot topic regarding whether RBI are more or less important than OBP. What a deep question, tantamount to pondering which arrived first between the chicken and egg. Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Pirates: 2015 Season Preview for Pitchers with Predictions

The Pittsburgh Pirates finished with an 88-72 record in 2014 before getting bounced out of the playoffs in the National League Wild Card Game by the eventual World Series champion San Francisco Giants. This season, the Pirates are primed...Show More Summary

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