Monthly Archives: January 2017

Posted on January 2, 2017, by Travis Pulver Western Michigan entered the Cotton Bowl with high hopes. With their high-scoring offense powered by one of the most efficient passing games in college football and a defense that allowed an average of 19.5 points/game, they believed they could do more than just hang with the Wisconsin […]

Posted on January 2, 2017 by Bryan Zarpentine It’s been a quiet offseason for the Texas Rangers. Outside of re-signing Carlos Gomez, the reigning AL West champs have yet to make any moves to address the holes on their roster, including the back end of their starting rotation. Outside of the trio of Cole Hamels, […]

Posted on January 2, 2017 by Bryan Zarpentine It’s possible that the Chicago White Sox fire sale that has already seen Chris Sale and Adam Eaton traded away could continue before the end of the offseason. In addition to Jose Quintana, who comes with a high price, the White Sox have several players they would be glad […]

Posted on January 1, 2017 by Bryan Zarpentine It’s New Year’s Day, and that means spring training is just around the corner (okay, maybe two corners). As we all know, spring brings hope and optimism for all 30 major league teams, but there will certainly be some teams more excited to get things started in […]

Posted on January 1, 2017 by Bryan Zarpentine Perhaps more than any other player, Jose Bautista has been the victim of a rather harsh market for free agent power hitters this offseason. For a multitude of reasons, the market for Bautista has not developed the way he expected it to. Bautista has even hinted that […]

Posted on January 1, 2017 by Bryan Zarpentine With January upon us, it’s inevitable with that many of the top free agents still available will start to sign with teams with spring training almost on the horizon. With Edwin Encarnacion off the board, top sluggers like Mike Napoli and Mark Trumbo should sign soon, opening […]

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