2014 NL Preview
Feb28

2014 NL Preview

Last week I came out with my 2014 AL preview, and it seems like a good time to do my 2014 NL preview. NL East Atlanta Braves – The Braves won the NL East in 2013 and look to come back just as strong in 2014.  Atlanta caught a little bit of luck with the Nationals swoon, or else the division chase would have been a little tougher.  Atlanta has a strong rotation, a good bullpen, and a powerful lineup.  Other than re-signings, the...

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2014 AL Preview
Feb22

2014 AL Preview

Spring Training is upon us, and the beginning of my favorite season, baseball season.  The Diamondbacks and Dodgers have reported, because their season opens in mid-March over in Australia.  The rest of the teams will have reported by the end of this week or early next week.  Without further adieu, here’s my preview. AL East The East holds the defending champs, a massively improved Yankees roster, an always competitive Tampa...

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Houston Texans Guide to a Successful Offseason
Feb04

Houston Texans Guide to a Successful Offseason

The Houston Texans are my favorite team, and therefore the team I know the most about.  Here’s what I am going to do this offseason if I am GM Rick Smith. Cap Casualties: The Texans are right up against the cap, and it is hard to improve and get better players if you don’t have the money to sign anyone.  Here are some players that have to go to save money.  According to Spotrac, the Texans have approximately $2M in cap...

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NFL Mock Draft 1.0 (With projected trades)
Feb03

NFL Mock Draft 1.0 (With projected trades)

The Super Bowl has come to an end, and the order is set (save for a coin flip between Baltimore and Dallas), so let’s get started on my initial NFL Mock Draft: 1. Houston Texans – Jerry Ricecake/WR/? Nobody really knows who Jerry Ricecake is or where he is from, but he is a stud and a lock for the top pick. Here we go to the actual article. 1. Houston Texans – Teddy Bridgewater/QB/Louisville Bridgewater is projected...

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Top 10: Center Field Edition
Feb02

Top 10: Center Field Edition

Center Field is probably one of the deeper positions in baseball, and this is the hardest position I’ve had to rank yet, so without further adieu, here we go. Note: Shin-Soo Choo and Brett Gardner will be corner outfielders in 2014 and will not be on my list. 1. Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels If you could build the ideal baseball player, Mike Trout is it.  He has 30+ homer power, has an amazing eye, hits for great...

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