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Best and Worst of the NL’s Offseason Part III: West

Arizona Diamondbacks: Best: Arizona had a busy offseason and out of all the moves they made, the best was easily signing Zack Greinke to the largest contract for a starting pitcher. I was really confused to why Greinke chose the Diamondbacks because the team finished...

Best and Worst of the NL’s Offseason Part II: Central

Milwaukee Brewers: Best: Will Middlebrooks. This is a good pick-up for a rebuilding Brewers club. Once a top prospect in the Red Sox organization, his career has not lived up to expectations. This is a minor league deal with an invite to spring training though, so...

The Best and Worst of the NL’s Offseason Part I: East

I’ll reiterate for anyone just tuning into our site .This winter we’ve decided to take a different approach to our coverage of the MLB’s offseason. With pitchers and catchers reporting in just about 20 days, baseball will soon be in the air. One piece on all the...

Best and Worst of the AL’s Offseason Part III: West

Houston Astros: Best: Re-Signing Colby Rasmus. I believe Rasmus is highly overlooked on this team loaded with talent. He really turned it up in the postseason hitting .412 with four dingers and six RBIs. He also helps round out a very talented outfield corpse that...

Best and Worst of the AL’s Offseason Part II: Central

Cleveland Indians: Best: Signing Rajai Davis. It’s bad when this is your best offseason acquisition, but I do believe this is a good move by the Tribe with star left fielder Michael Brantley slated to miss the start of the season due to an injured shoulder. Although...