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2012 MLB Team Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies have been a force in Major League Baseball, winning 102 games in 2011. Over the past five years the Phillies have built a résumé that includes NL East champs five times; 2008 World Series Champs, almost repeating again in 2009; and played in the NLDS the last two seasons. This ball-club is […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Atlanta Braves

Heading into 2011, the Atlanta Braves were a championship caliber team and played that way for the first five months of the season. The Braves were the NL’s version of the Red Sox, arriving in September with an 8.5 game lead for the wild card only to blow it and land in a jam. The […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Miami Marlins

Welcome to Miami…Marlins. As the team formally known as the Florida Marlins not only got a different name to go with their new uniforms, they got a new home and manager too. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria kept his promise about investing in the team once they got a new stadium, as he opened his wallet […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Washington Nationals

As the Washington Nationals head into their eighth season, they finally have something to get excited about. What started last off-season by signing Jason Werth, the ownership has continued that they want this team wants to contend now. The franchise’s best divisional finish was in 2011, as they placed third place in the NL East […]

New Miami Marlins Trying To Spend Like New York Yankees

The team formally known as the Florida Marlins is now officially part of the city they have represented for 19 seasons. The now Miami Marlins got more than just a name change last night, as the franchise unveiled a new logo, along with fresh uniforms in the team’s new $515 million ballpark, called “Marlins Ballpark.” […]

MLB Trade Rumors: New York Mets Should Not Trade A Keeper

As a New York Yankees fan, I keep tabs on what the ‘other’ New York team is up too; and the Mets have made that pretty easy because it hasn’t been much the last few seasons, until now. All of this is starting to change over in Queens, as the right skipper and GM are […]