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MLBmayhem.com’s writer 2017 predictions

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

Hot/Cold Fantasy Sleepers Pt II: Joc Pederson, Javy Baez

"Sleepers" in today's fantasy baseball landscape is a buzzword. With considerable research possible at our fingertips, and so many people doing  outstanding work in the fantasy baseball world, sleepers don’t remain “sleepers” for long. Two of the many fantasy darlings of this offseason are Javy Baez and Joc Pederson. Of

What to Expect From The Chicago Cubs in 2017

The Cubs finally broke the 108 year curse and came back from a 3-1 deficit to the Cleveland Indians to win the 2016 World Series! What can we expect from the defending champions in 2017? How will the losses of key players affect the clubhouse atmosphere? Will the new additions be enough to propel the Cubs back to the postseason?

Red Sox Make Huge Splash: Acquire Sale, Thornburg, Moreland

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The Red Sox were far and away the most active club around the MLB Tuesday, as they acquired All Star lefty Chris Sale, Brewers RP Tyler Thornburg, and signed Gold Glove first baseman Mitch Moreland In what should be the biggest blockbuster trade of the offseason, the Red Sox acquired starter Chris

The 6-4-3 Podcast: Episode 16

Date: 11/30/2016 Host: Chipper Lewis and Joel Fry Rundown: In this episode we discuss the brand new CBA. We also discuss the Chicago White Sox and the St.Louis Cardinals. We breakdown the moves they have already made and the ones that they should make. Intro Music: Title: “The Final Countdown,” Artist: Europe Thanks for listening. Please

REPORT: Cardinals Interested In Justin Turner

According to Jon Morosi of Fox Sports, the St. Louis Cardinals are interested in signing free-agent Justin Turner. Morosi also stated that to make this signing realistic, they would probably need to trade Jhonny Peralta. https://twitter.com/jonmorosi/status/803603086862327809 In 2016, Turner held a batting average of .275, hit 27 home runs and drove in

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