The Inning: May 1, 2017

Every so often, there is an idea with hope. Hope springs motivation, if opportunity is present. This is that perfect storm. And now, it is an attempt at a daily column for you, the starved reader. We’ll try to recap the big stories, the small stories, the events, or, in this case, Pedro Feliciano. This is The Inning. Three up. […]

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Rays Report – Week 3

The Week that Was Well, we hit our little goal of 4-3, so that part was good. What wasn’t ideal was really the manner in which we did it. We capped off our series in Boston with a nice 5-3 win, and headed home to face the 1st place Tigers and were pretty thoroughly out-classed. After taking the opener 5-2 […]

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The Captain’s Log – April 23, 2017

MLB Pro Mariners -- The Captain's Log

Welcome to The Captain’s Log… a look at the week that was for the MLB Pro Seattle Mariners. This week’s “Captain”: 1B Anthony Rizzo (1x Captain) – The Mariners first basemen was on a tear last week, going 12-for-28 (.428 BA) including 2 home runs and 2 doubles, good for a 1.163 OPS. This week’s “Chief Engineer” (tie): SP Danny Hultzen (1x Chief Engineer) & SP […]

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Sorenson Shines In No-Hitter

Cubs Sorensen No-Hits Reds Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 It’s a rare thing to pitch a no-hitter in baseball. It’s done by the great and the not-so-great. There are times when an average pitcher will briefly be glorified by this achievement. It is not an honor reserved totally for the great pitchers. Today at Great American Ball Park, Mark Sorensen of […]

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AL Battle Amongst The Best

Battle Amongst The Best ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tuesday’s series opener between the Detroit Tigers and Tampa Bay Rays features two of the American League’s best teams.  The Tigers are 12-1 overall and 6-0 on the road, while the Rays are 9-5 and undefeated in 7 home games. The Tigers come into this game having won nine games in a […]

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Rays Report – Week 2

The Week that Was No sense skirting the subject, this week was not, uh…good. It wasn’t wholly unsurprising that we would crash back down to earth, but was hoping for more like 3-3 than 1-5. Still, even with the fall to 2nd place, plenty to be excited about for Rays fans. We sit in 2nd place in the East, 1.5 […]

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Rays Report – Week 1

Welcome everyone to the first of what is hopefully a weekly post – The Rays Report! We’ll take a look at the week that was for the Rays, what lies ahead and also a quick peek on the goings on around all of MLB-Pro. The Week that Was First things first, the week that was! What a week indeed for […]

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2017 Preseason MLB Pro GM Survey

During the offseason, all of the MLB Pro GMs were asked a bunch of questions about the freshly-started season including how they felt the divisions would play out and all of the major award winners. For the divisions, we gave each team 5 points for a first place vote, 4 points for a second place vote and so on. For […]

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White Sox – 2017 Preview

Jonathan Hodges was hired as GM of the Chicago White Sox in October 2012 and the rebuilding process began immediately. A typical rebuild can often take five or more years to produce results at the Major League level.  It requires a selling off of whatever veteran talent the club holds to build a cornucopia of talent at the Minor League […]

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AL West Preview – Farm Systems

In a log delayed return to everyone’s favorite (if you are in the AL West anyhow) preview column, lets dive back in to our borderline stalkerish look at the AL West.  Two of the top 5 farm systems in the league reside out in the West, and as a whole, they are actually the second highest rated division (according to […]

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Arizona Spring Training Preview

As you are stirring from your long winter’s nap, there is a lot to catch up on from the baseball desert. With veterans CF Mark Baker, 3B Lonnie Chisenhall, LF Chris Heisey, RF Moises Sierra, SP Casey Crosby, SP Kyle Drabek, C Kurt Suzuki, 1B Jose Lopez, and MR Rafael Dolis departing since the end of last season (in addition […]

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Blue Jays Hire New GM

Blue Jays Search For New GM Comes To End The 2016 season for the Toronto Blue Jays was filled with highs and lows.  After winning an MLB Pro best 105 games, the Blue Jays entered the off-season with many questions, including the question of who would serve as General Manager after Dave Lockar stepped down.  While Toronto ownership has been […]

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NL East Pitching Preview

For the NL East outfield preview, click here. Starting Rotation: Atlanta Braves: RHP | Mark Appel | Age 25 | 9 – 14 | 186.0 IP | 4.50 | 121 K | Appel comes to Atlanta in a trade for 3 top 100 prospects, and a young LHP, but that could be nothing compared to the talent that Appel brings. […]

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NL East Outfield Preview

For the NL East Infield preview, click here. Left Field: Atlanta Braves: Leonardo Ochoa | Age 27 | .301/11/57 Let’s face it. Ochoa should be a DH. He can’t field at first base, and he’s awful in the outfield, but he is on the Braves, so being a DH is out of the question. That being said, he still posted a […]

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NL East Infield Preview

The Atlanta Braves paced the NL in wins last year, ending 10 games ahead of any other team in the league. Their 101 wins put them 3rd in wins for any team, and they were top 4 in every category, other than home runs. The thing is, the teams behind them boast a top pitching staff in the Mets (#2 in […]

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