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Undefeated Tigers Lineup Looks Even More Lethal Than Expected

All those concerns and uncertainties seem downright ridiculous about now. First it was the faulty bullpen. Later it became the health and possible decline of the starting rotation. Then, we all wondered about the vitality of their two best offensive players. Show More Summary

Yan Gomes Injury: Updates on Indians Catcher's Knee and Return

No player may be more important to the Cleveland Indians this year than Yan Gomes. Between his work at the plate and his handling of the Indians pitching staff, the 27-year-old has established himself as one of the best catchers in the...Show More Summary

MLB's Top 5 Hitting Prospects at Each Minor League Level

The 2015 Minor League Baseball season kicked off Thursday, with games being played across all four full-season levels. The day was full of standout performances from many of baseball’s most promising young hitters. Making his full-season debut with Low-A Greenville, 2014 first-round draft pick Michael Chavis (No. Show More Summary

Angel Pagan and Derek Norris Exchange Gum and Words

The San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres were in the ninth inning of what would end up being a 12-inning game Thursday when Angel Pagan and Derek Norris got into a tiff over some tossed gum. Yes, gum. Pagan appears to have flicked...Show More Summary

Bleacher Report's 2015 MLB Writer's Choice Poll

Each year, a number of different media outlets publish an MLB survey in which they ask current players for their predictions on topics ranging from who will win it all that season to who the most overrated player in the game is. With...Show More Summary

Top Candidates to Enjoy Breakout Seasons for Cincinnati Reds in 2015

After a promising first series against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cincinnati Reds will look to establish significant territory in the NL Central standings. Their next 19 games will feature NL Central opponents, and 22 of their nextShow More Summary

Victor Martinez Injury: Updates on Tigers Star's Leg and Return

The Detroit Tigers don't boast as much depth as they used to, so another injury to designated hitter Victor Martinez is going to be magnified exponentially. Last year's American League MVP runner-up is dealing with another issue that's...Show More Summary

Curt Schilling Writes Powerful Letter to His Younger Self About Chewing Tobacco

Curt Schilling was treated for mouth cancer nearly a year ago. On Saturday, the former Red Sox pitcher published a powerful piece in The Players' Tribune entitled "Letter to My Younger Self." In the letter, Schilling warns himself about...Show More Summary

Jenrry Mejia Suspended 80 Games for PEDs: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The New York Mets will be without relief pitcher Jenrry Mejia for a significant portion of the 2015 season. MLB Communications passed along word Saturday that the Mets pitcher “received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing...Show More Summary

Injury Returns Can't Come Soon Enough for Sluggish Nationals Offense

The Washington Nationals entered 2015 as a threat to finish as Major League Baseball's first 100-win team since 2011, largely because their pitching just looks too darn good. To this end, here's the latest from the front: It's not going so well, mainly because of what's happening on the other side of the ball. Show More Summary

5 Biggest Takeaways for Chicago Cubs Following MLB Opening Week

Expectations are extremely high for the Cubs this season and the regular season is finally underway. 2015 got off to a rocky start with the Cubs getting shut out at home to start the year, but there's plenty of season left to be played. It's...Show More Summary

Johnny Cueto Contract: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding P's Future with Reds

Johnny Cueto's contact status with the Cincinnati Reds has been a key storyline for the team so far. Now, based on reports, the front office has some idea of what it will cost to keep the right-hander. Continue for updates. More Summary

Derek Holland Injury: Updates on Rangers SP's Shoulder and Return

The hits keep on coming for the Texas Rangers, who have lost another starting pitcher to injury. Derek Holland left a start against the Houston Astros with a shoulder injury. Holland will reportedly be out at least six weeks. Continue...Show More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Cain, Gonzalez and Gray Star

Meaningful baseball is finally here, and America's pastime didn't disappoint, with an exciting opening week of action that saw a variety of players deliver some big-time performances, both at the plate and in the field. Each week, Bleacher...Show More Summary

And Prospects on the Fall...

These prospects have moved down in our composite rankings recently: None. See our detailed prospect rankings for more info. (4/11/2015)

Early Promise, Early Delivery?: NL Rookies Poised to Make an Impact Right Away

On the weekend, we took a look at those lucky rookies who broke Spring Training already a part of their AL club's Opening Day roster. Today we look at the NL's early bloomers, some of whom are already contributing in a big way. [more...]

2011 Predictions

With 2 days remaining until the open of the 2011 season, it's time for my annual predictions post.Last year didn't exactly show me to be a master prognosticator (AJ winning Cy Young? Ugh!), but this year I have my Nostradamus hat on and will undoubtedly fare much better!AL East-1. Show More Summary

The Rotation Continues to be Cashman's Downfall

While we spend a lot of attention debating the merits of retreads like Garcias and Colon the real issue is the inability of Brain Cashman to build a complete starting 5. I know there was some excitement last year over adding Vasquez to an already good rotation but we know how that turned out. Show More Summary

Nova the Next Wang?

Ivan Nova forced his way into the Number 4 spot of the Yankee rotation by doing his best Chien -Ming Wang impressive this spring. Which got me thinking - How similar are Nova and Wang at this point of their career?First both players have gone basically unnoticed by Baseball America. Show More Summary

Molina over Montero?

News came down yesterday that Gustavo Molina would most likely break camp as the Yankee starting catcher. There is no reason for a player with a career.643 OPS in the minors to be on the roster of the Yankees. Cervelli is going to be...Show More Summary

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