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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

Predicting MLB Signings, Trades That Could Still Happen Before Opening Day

While teams have a pretty good idea of what their Opening Day rosters will look like, the arrival of spring training—and the unofficial end of baseball's offseason—doesn't signal an end to player movement. There are a handful ( OK, maybe...Show More Summary

Nick Markakis Injury: Updates on Braves Star's Neck and Recovery

Outfielder Nick Markakis will be a huge key to the Atlanta Braves' success at the plate in 2015, but the 31-year-old veteran is still working his way back after offseason neck surgery. Continue for updates. Markakis Cleared for Baseball Activities Wednesday, Feb. Show More Summary

Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas Running out of Time to Reach Superstar Potential

They are no longer players in their early 20s with plenty of time on their side. They are far too many plate appearances into their careers to be called young prospects, reminding everyone to practice patience. Neither of these things is true anymore for Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas. Show More Summary

Is Mike Trout Ready to Handle the Label of 'The New Face of Baseball'?

There are things we know Mike Trout can handle. Most notably, he's shown he can handle being a national superstar and the face of the Los Angeles Angels. Not easy tasks, those. This will be the year, however, where we find out if Trout...Show More Summary

Mookie Betts Poised to Become One of MLB's Big 2015 Breakout Stars

If it feels like you've heard Mookie Betts' name a lot this offseason, you can thank the Cole Hamels trade rumors for that. The rumor mill has been consistent in saying that he's one player the Philadelphia Phillies would accept from...Show More Summary

Six-Man Rotation Could Make Sense for Pittsburgh Pirates in 2015

With the increasing number of arm injuries to pitchers in baseball, talks of possibly going to a six-man rotation instead of the usual five have heated up. The idea is that with a six-man rotation, starters would not only be given more...Show More Summary

Odds of Kenley Jansen Replacement Options Winning Closer Job This Spring

With the recent news that closer Kenley Jansen will be out for two or three months, the Los Angeles Dodgers will have a new back of the bullpen for the first part of the season. There are a few different potential replacements currently...Show More Summary

Washington Nationals' Position-by-Position Breakdown at 2015 Spring Training

The Washington Nationals checked off all of their boxes this offseason—fortifying the infield and amplifying the rotation—and now, with spring training upon us, we get our first look at the double take-inducing product the Nats willShow More Summary

Under-the-Radar Atlanta Braves Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Pitchers and catchers have reported for the Atlanta Braves, with the first full-team workout scheduled for Thursday. The Braves have a lot of new faces in camp after trading away some serious talent in the offseason. Acting general manager John Hart maintains the Braves intend to be competitive in the National League East in 2015. Show More Summary

Angel Pagan's Healthy Comeback as Good as Big Offseason Splash for Giants

The San Francisco Giants' biggest offseason addition might turn out to be a guy who was there all along. No, not Matt Cain, though if the right-hander can return to ace-level status after surgeries on his elbow and ankle it'd go a long...Show More Summary

On Former Red Mat Latos' Comments: Truth Is Probably Somewhere in Between

Ever spoken with a recently terminated employee? Ever heard what they have to say about their former employer? Even if you haven't, if you read the comments from Mat Latos in an interview with Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, you'll see how it goes. Sour. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Seattle Mariners Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Position players reported to the Seattle Mariners' team complex in Peoria, Arizona, on Tuesday, meaning the team is ready to begin organized workouts ahead of its first spring training game on March 4. Significant news is already coming out of the Mariners camp after pitchers and catchers reported last Friday. Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Arizona Diamondbacks Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Spring training is officially here. The Arizona Diamondbacks' pitchers and catchers reported to camp Feb. 19. Coming off a season in which Arizona finished with the worst record in baseball, there are several under-the-radar playersShow More Summary

Red Sox Continue to Make Splash Signing Highly Touted Cuban IF Yoan Moncada

The Boston Red Sox continued their eye-catching offseason on Monday, agreeing to terms with coveted Cuban teenager Yoan Moncada after a lengthy bidding war. Moncada, a 19-year-old infielder, will receive a reported $31.5 million signing bonus and will cost the Red Sox a total of $63 million, per Gordon Edes of ESPNBoston.com. Show More Summary

What to Expect from Dodgers' Teen Pitching Sensation Julio Urias This Spring

Dodgers prospect Julio Urias made a statement last spring in his first big league camp, as the then-17-year-old struck out a pair of Padres as part of a scoreless inning. This year, Urias, now 18, is back in camp with the Dodgers and...Show More Summary

Best and Worst Moves of the MLB Offseason

The MLB offseason is officially over with pitchers and catchers beginning to report to their respective spring training camps. With Opening Day inching closer and closer, what were some of the best and worst moves of the offseason? Bleacher...Show More Summary

Adam Wainwright Injury: Updates on Cardinals Star's Abdomen and Recovery

Adam Wainwright is starting 2015 the same way he ended last year: battling an injury. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals ace is reportedly dealing with an abdominal issue. Continue for updates. Wainwright to Receive Exam on Abdominal Pain Tuesday, Feb. Show More Summary

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