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About Bryan Zarpentine

Bryan Zarpentine is a freelance writer and editor who has covered sports for a variety of sites all over the Internet for the better part of a decade. He is a graduate of Syracuse University who has a great passion for both writing and sports. Contact: bzarp2@gmail.com Twitter: @BZarp

Posted on March 9, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine The Houston Astros lost one ace to free agency during the offseason and now they’ve lost another to injury during spring training. The team announced Monday that Justin Verlander has been diagnosed with a mild lat strain. Verlander has been shut down for the foreseeable future. With […]

Posted on March 8, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine It was a quiet offseason for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Well, at least until a week before spring training when they pulled off a massive trade for Mookie Betts and David Price. That trade was a good reminder that the Dodgers are willing to do whatever it […]

Posted on March 7, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine In 2018, the Milwaukee Brewers made an amazing run, making all the way to Game 7 of the NLCS. However, that’s now a distant memory after losing to the Nationals in the Wild Card Game last season. Sustaining success has been difficult for Milwaukee in the past. […]

Posted on March 6, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine The New York Mets had a rather odd offseason in the sense that they had to make two different managerial hirings. Regardless of how it happened, first-time manager Luis Rojas is now in charge of a team that underachieved last season and is now expected to make […]

Posted on March 5, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine Amidst unanswered questions and vacant spots in their starting rotation three weeks before opening day, the Boston Red Sox have made a signing to address those concerns. On Tuesday, the club announced the signing of veteran pitcher Collin McHugh. The deal is worth just $600,000 in base […]

Posted on March 4, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine On the heels of back-to-back 97-win seasons and appearances in the Wild Card Game, the Oakland Athletics are hoping to set their sights a little higher in 2020. Of course, the A’s are still a small-market team without the same resources as some of the other teams […]

Posted on March 2, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine The Detroit Tigers will enter the 2020 season on a five-year playoff drought. To make matters worse, the organization hit rock bottom last season with just 47 wins. Even with some positive moves this offseason, the Tigers appear to be a long way from being competitive. Is […]

Posted on March 1, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine It was World Series or bust for the New York Yankees in 2019. Despite suffering an almost unfair number of injuries, the Bronx Bombers still managed to win 103 games and reach the ALCS, only to fall short of their goal. Once again, it’ll be World Series […]

Posted on February 29, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine Coming off back-to-back postseason appearances in 2017 and 2018, the Colorado Rockies took a massive step backward in 2019, going 71-91 and finishing 35 games off the pace in the NL West. An offseason devoid of meaningful additions and filled with trade rumors about star third baseman […]

Posted on February 28, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine It’s not a stretch to say that the Cincinnati Reds will be one of the most fascinating teams to watch during the 2020 season. Last year’s 75-87 record was actually progress for the club, as it snapped a stretch of four straight seasons with at least 90 […]

Posted on February 27, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine The Miami Marlins did something this offseason that they haven’t done in a few years: they made moves to get better in the short-term rather than just rebuild for the long term. Of course, after losing 105 games last year, the Fish have a long way to […]

Posted on February 26, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine There’s little doubt that the Los Angeles Angels were one of the big winners of the offseason. They added several notable players and brought in Joe Maddon to be their new manager. However, coming off a 90-loss season, the Halos still have a lot of ground to […]

Posted on February 25, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine For the New York Yankees, it looks like deja vu all over again. Their 2019 season was plagued by injuries and now their 2020 season is starting out in a similar fashion. The club announced on Tuesday that doctors have recommended that starter Luis Severino undergo Tommy […]

Posted on February 24, 2020, by Bryan Zarpentine After winning the AL Central in three of the last four seasons, the window to win a championship appears to be closing for the Cleveland Indians. The club made moves this winter aimed at cutting payroll while still trying to field a competitive team. However, that can […]

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