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2015 Fantasy Baseball Outfielder Rankings

Here’s the first look at the 2015 Lester’s Legends Outfielder Rankings. 1. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout has emerged as the premier fantasy baseball player. In the past three years, he has hit.311 with 117.7 runs, 181.7 hits, 35 doubles, 8.7 triples, 31 home runs, 97 RBI and 32.7 stolen bases. Show More Summary

Chicago White Sox's Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

For the first time in a while, the Chicago White Sox opened spring training this season with very few positions undecided, as general manager Rick Hahn did a fine job addressing the club's needs this offseason. Frankly, with the exception of the battle for the starting job at second base, there isn ’t much in the way of intrigue. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar MLB Teams Poised to Impress This Spring

Spring training performance is not always the best indicator for regular-season success, but we are nonetheless often impressed or disappointed by how an individual player or entire team performs during the MLB preseason. Focusing on...Show More Summary

5 Cincinnati Reds Players Who Will Determine If They're a 2015 Contender

The stakes are a bit higher this season. Johnny Cueto may be pitching his last season in uniform, and while Mike Leake and Homer Bailey are both front-of-the-rotation-type talents, they are far from ace status. It's hard to succeed without...Show More Summary

Aaron Judge Will Finally Give Yankees Fans Big Prospect to Believe In

Right now, everyone's focused on what the New York Yankees' farm system doesn't have: Cuban super-prospect Yoan Moncada. The Yankees were favored to land Moncada but were surprisingly outbid by the rival Boston Red Sox. That understandably...Show More Summary

MLB 'Sidekicks' Who Need to Step Up Most in 2015

Every Major League Baseball team needs stars. Their talents include being really good at baseball, and really good baseball players help baseball teams win a lot of games. Stars can't do everything, though. Like Batman needs Robin and Han Solo needs Chewbacca, even baseball stars need sidekicks. Show More Summary

February 26, 2015: 6th Annual Run to Home Base Slated for July 25th

Red Sox players Dustin Pedroia and Mike Napoli and team Chairman Tom Werner joined leaders from the Red Sox Foundation, New Balance and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, runners, Veterans and their Families at JetBlue Park in Ft. Myers yesterday to announce July 25th as the date for this year’s run and commemorate New […]

MLB Spring Training 2015: Opening Week Schedule and Premier Prospects to Watch

Most of the country is stuck in a thaw after cold weather swept across the nation. Luckily, spring training baseball is finally here to warm your heart. Early on, there are several teams, like the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies, taking on hometown colleges down in Florida. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Baltimore Orioles Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Baseball is back. Spring training is underway across MLB as players ready themselves for the grind of a 162-game season and fans become more and more anxious for Opening Day. The Baltimore Orioles enter spring camp as the defending AL...Show More Summary

Mark Ellis Retires: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

MLB veteran second baseman Mark Ellis, who spent much of his 12-year career with the Oakland Athletics, announced his retirement Wednesday. Ellis, 37, told The San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser about his decision to walk away from the game for the time being. "It was definitely time," said Ellis. Show More Summary

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

Spring training often sets the agenda in terms of headlines we will follow over the course of a MLB season. While some of those topics can stray a bit from the truth, many of them are very real headlines that will affect the landscape of MLB. This spring should be no different, as the league has never seen a better example of parity. Show More Summary

Sammy Sosa in Exile: There's Silence Rather Than Apology from Former Cubs Star

At 30,000 feet, the seat belt signs were not illuminated, and the drink carts rolled freely up and down the aisle. The salsa music played on, and nobody could see the turbulence ahead during the heyday of the Sammy Sosa era with the Chicago Cubs. Charter flight after charter flight in 2003, Eric Karros sat across the aisle from Sosa. Show More Summary

St. Louis Cardinals Honor Oscar Taveras by Helping Current Players

The St. Louis Cardinals are set to launch full-squad workouts in Florida as spring training commences. Yet, they cannot seem to escape the biggest story of their offseason: the tragic death of Oscar Taveras. The team is not trying to...Show More Summary

Josh Hamilton Meets with MLB Officials Regarding Disciplinary Issue

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton could be facing discipline from Major League Baseball for an undisclosed reason. According to Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times, Hamilton will meet with MLB officials on Wednesday "Show More Summary

Rapid-Fire Predictions for Biggest Storylines Heading into the 2015 MLB Season

The Major League Baseball season is right around the corner with pitchers and catchers starting to report to their respective spring training camps. Will the Yankees end their postseason drought? Can Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout keep...Show More Summary

David Ortiz Comments on MLB's Rule Changes to Increase Pace of Play

Major League Baseball is focused on increasing the pace of play and shortening the length of games entering the 2015 season, but Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz isn't taking too kindly to the initiative. According to 95.7...Show More Summary

Mark Teixeira Discusses New Diet, Potential Impact on Production for Yankees

Lost in the madness of everything going on with Alex Rodriguez is the way Mark Teixeira has lost any semblance of value for the New York Yankees over the last two years. The 34-year-old has played just 138 games since 2013, but he thinks some offseason changes will provide the necessary help. Show More Summary

Predicting Over/Under with Each MLB Contender's Vegas Win Totals

Predicting anything in baseball is often an effort in futility, as the game is simply as unpredictable as it gets. That's what makes it so great. However, with the first round of Vegas odds for each MLB team's 2015 win total recently...Show More Summary

Giancarlo Stanton Becomes 1st Athlete to Get Body Painted for 'SI' Cover

Sports Illustrated has typically only used body paint on its swimsuit models, but that has changed with its most recent cover. For SI's March 2 issue, Miami Marlins star Giancarlo Stanton became the first athlete to be featured on the cover of the magazine in body paint. Show More Summary

Fantasy Baseball 2015: Ranking the Top 50 Outfielders

With the top 150 fantasy baseball players all ordered and ranked on the initial 2015 Big Board, the individual position rankings are well underway. All told, there will be (count 'em) 300 players ranked. After providing some sequencing...Show More Summary

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