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Blue Jays

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The Hitting Beast of the AL East

Published on February 1st, 2016 | by John Meloche

Last week I took a look at each teams pitching in the AL East, you can read it here. I always enjoy pre-season projects even if they are meaningless which they pretty much are. One of my [&hellip... Read More


Blue Jays

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The Pitching Beast of the AL East

Published on January 27th, 2016 | by John Meloche

Looking back at the 2015 season the AL East continued on balance a strong division. The league lacked a true bottom feeder with the final win totals being fairly close: Blue Jays 93, Yankees 87, Orioles 81, [&hellip... Read More


Angels

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Teams with the most WAR Hitters

Published on December 18th, 2014 | by John Meloche

Recently I was thinking about how some teams have multiple elite hitters while others might have one superstar mixed with average hitters or others have no elite players to be found. This got me interested in [&hellip... Read More


Blue Jays

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AL East Again Mediocre

Published on July 7th, 2014 | by John Meloche

If we rewind the clock about 1 month back to June 9th, the AL East was finally taking shape after surprising balance over the first 5 weeks. It might have been the opposite of what pre-season [&hellip... Read More


Brewers

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That Final Fantasy Arm

Published on July 4th, 2014 | by Baseball Babble

If you are looking at your fantasy team, and your overall offense is looking pretty good, but you could use one more arm to fortify your rotation. Here are a few suggestions you may want to [&hellip... Read More


Rays

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The Bachelor: David Price

Published on May 23rd, 2014 | by Jesse Haven

With the Rays under-performing this season with a record of 20-28, prospective suitors will be lining up with roses in hand looking to settle down with the most eligible bachelor in baseball, David Price.  The Rays [&hellip... Read More


Blue Jays

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Balance in the AL East

Published on May 8th, 2014 | by John Meloche

The AL East has been a dominant division for many years, it holds two of the best franchises in the New York Yankees and  Boston Red Sox. Making it tougher over the past 6 years are [&hellip... Read More


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