After having the worst record in the majors in 2016, the Twins don’t look to be much better in 2017.
The Royals look to return to the playoffs after missing it last year, a season after winning the World Series.
The Tigers missed the playoffs after winning 86 games in 2016 and they’ll try to keep up with the Indians for a shot at making the postseason this season.
The Indians’ quest for a second straight World Series could begin without 2B Jason Kipnis, whose injury could keep him out for the start of the regular season.
After trading SP Chris Sale and OF Adam Eaton this winter, the White Sox are relying on young players to carry them in 2017.
Who will succeed in the regular season? I polled mlbmayhem.com writers to see who we thought would win the divisions, wildcards, and awards. Here’s what we came up with. AL West: Houston Astros AL Central: Cleveland Indians (No photographer listed) AL East: Boston Red Sox Credit- Associated Press AL Wild Card 1: Texas Rangers AL Wild Card
The MLB season can quickly become uninteresting if you only follow your favorite team. Sure, just watching your favorite team's games is plenty baseball enough for the casual fan, but hardcore baseball fans crave interesting baseball. Everyone's already heard about how the Rockies and the Braves are going to be
In the past 48 hours, the Chicago White Sox have given a completely new look to their organization. The Winter Meetings normally get the hot stove cooking with blockbuster trades and signings and the White Sox are the "winners" so far. On Tuesday, the White Sox traded Chris Sale to the