Reith Shines In No-Hitter of Cardinals

Reith No-Hits Cardinals Monday, September 16th, 2019 It was the game that pitchers dream about: the no-hitter. It happened today at Busch Stadium. Edward Reith of the Washington Nationals was right on target against the St. Louis Cardinals in a 6-0 victory. Reith zeroed in on them, holding them hitless with 6 strikeouts and 4 walks. “I just had it all today,” Reith told BNN reporters […]

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American League Put On Notice With Mariners Bold Move

American League Put On Notice With Mariners Bold Move At twenty-five years old, Armando Cabanas has won one Most Valuable Player Award, two Silver-Slugger Awards, has been named an All-Star four times, and helped lead the Atlanta Braves to a World Series appearance in 2018. Now after yesterday, Armando Cabanas has also been traded four times. Drafted out of Paxon […]

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AL Wins 2019 ASG 8-2

Silverio Dominates in 8-2 Win over National League All-Stars During the star-studded affair, the 2019 American League All-Stars defeated the National LeagueAll-Stars by a score of 8-2. The fans in attendance at Rogers Centre certainly enjoyed the show, seeing the best that the game had to offer. Chief among the stars was Alfredo Silverio, who led the American League to victory. “I will admit […]

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33 Trade Candidates

It will be hard to top the trade fireworks we’ve seen so far with Esteban Hernandez, Jose Gonzalez, Gary Sanchez, J.D. Martinez, Juan Francisco, Nolan Arenado, Pablo Sandoval, Gerrit Cole, Josh Bell, Danny Espinoza, Nathan Eovaldi, Robert Paullus, Ryan Braun, and others already being dealt. There still is however left on the market plenty of players that could help a […]

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Unprecedented in Boise

Unprecedented in Boise We are going to see something never done before in baseball.  GM Eddie Buchholz is taking his pitching heavy draft class (7 pitchers in the first 8 rounds of the draft when factoring in trades) and making his Boise team’s (A-) pitching half of the roster entirely comprised of this 2019 draft class.  12 pitchers in all […]

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The Bronx is Burning

The Bronx is Burning By: Steven I. Smitts When the news broke in late November that Rhett Parker was leaving the Kansas City Royals to join the New York Yankees, New York Yankee fans were quick to believe the savior was upon us. Parker quickly acquired Nathan Eovaldi, Robert Paullus, Lucio Cruzado, Marc Rzepczynski, Tommy Joseph, Wayne Powers, Jaff Decker, Arinori […]

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Toronto Blue Jays Go All In

Blue Jays Moves Signal All In Approach -Toronto Sun Sports, May 23, 2019 The Toronto Blue Jays held an introductory press conference today prior to their game against the Boston Red Sox. The game was “school day,” so 10s of thousands of Greater Toronto Area children will get to see the new look Blue Jays offense. New Catcher Gary Sanchez […]

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Brewers Fill GM Spot

Brewers Hire Seltzer To Lead Baseball Ops. After a lengthy interview process, the Milwaukee Brewers have hired Cole Seltzer as the organization’s new General Manager. In a brief statement released this morning, Brewers owner and chairman Mark Attanasio described Seltzer as, “the perfect person to lead the Brewers.” Statement from Mark Attanasio: “We are thrilled to be able to bring in […]

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Breaking News: Beckmann To Philadelphia

Phillies Fill General Manager Vacancy  April 26, 2018 A day after announcing that long-time General Manager John Comey was leaving the organization, the Philadelphia Phillies have announced that Jack Beckmann has agreed to a deal to take over the position. Beckmann had previously spent three seasons in Milwaukee, having won the NL Central twice. Phillies owner David Montgomery Jr. said […]

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Pirates Announce GM Change

Greg Witthauer Hired as New General Manager of Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 Hope springs eternal. At least that was the mood of the press conference when it was announced that Greg Witthauer would be the new GM of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Team owners and fans are really enthused about the signing and are looking forward to the upcoming […]

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Diamondbacks 2019 Spring Training Preview

  Well, let’s see … compared to most teams, the Arizona Diamondbacks made very few changes to their roster over the winter.  A heaping helping of relievers will compete for a bullpen spot, including newcomers Ricardo Cortez and Matt Robison.  Jose Aleman inherits a backup catcher slot.  Alex Santana looks to make a name as a corner infielder.  That’s about […]

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2019 Team Preview #2: Miami Marlins

  Welcome to the Team Previews! In case you missed it, check out the initial offering on the Chicago White Sox On to the preview! Last Year 2018 Record: 72-90, 5th in NL East, 24 games back 2018 was a frustrating year for fans in The Magic City – the Marlins finished 5th in the East for the 3rd straight […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Pirates GM Steps Down

Pirates GM Steps Down After Three Year Stint -BREAKING NEWS- After a brief meeting with Pittsburgh Pirates Owner Robert Nutting, Jason Toms informed the media that he has decided to step down as Pirates General Manager. Toms spent the past three seasons with the Pirates. The Pirates are coming off of a 70-92 season and enter 2019 with key pieces […]

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Gary Copeland: A Trade Tree

Four years ago this week, the Philadelphia Phillies and Minnesota Twins struck a deal that saw Gary Copeland, Matt Lipka, and Julian Rivera sent to the Twins, in exchange for Phil Hughes, Chen Lee, Felicia Roxa, and Jimmy Bannatyne. Copeland would go on to three All Star game appearances, the 2016 AL MVP award, and lead the 2017 Minnesota Twins […]

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Felix Hernandez Rejects Trade to New York

Felix Hernandez Rejects Trade to New York BREAKING NEWS The New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners had all the components of a mega-deal completed. The Yankees new front-office was ready to make a splash that included the acquisition of 2018 American League Cy Young winner Nathan Eovaladi and veteran Felix Hernandez. The only thing that stood in the way of […]

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Yankees Hire New General Manager

NEW YORK YANKEES – OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE November 26, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE YANKEES ANNOUNCE SIGNING OF RHETT PARKER AS NEW GENERAL MANAGER The New York Yankees are pleased to welcome 2018 MLB Pro General Manager of the Year Rhett Parker to the Yankees organization. In 2018, Parker helped construct the Royals to the tune of 92 wins. Rhett had […]

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Angels Announce Extension To Rod Barajas

Angels Announce Extension To Rod Barajas October 28, 2018 A day after winning a second World Series title with the Angels, manager Rod Barajas has agreed to terms on a new contract that will keep him as manager of the Angels through the 2021 season. Barajas took over as manager of the Angels after Mike Scioscia unexpectedly retired after the […]

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Diamondbacks 2018 Season Review

2018 will go into the archives as the season that the Arizona Diamondbacks turned the corner.  While still finishing in fifth place in the NL West, the D-Backs improved from 53-109 to 75-87 — an improvement from the first overall draft pick to the twelfth pick.  Arizona even briefly rose above .500 in late July.  “We’re headed in the right […]

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