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Will Tonight’s Angels-Mariners Game Decide the AL West?

A few days ago I wrote that the Angles should dominate an American League West division that is not as strong as last season. This is based primarily on the fact that the Oakland A’s are a shadow of last … Continue reading

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The Last Day of the America League Regular Season

A lot is to be decided on the last day of the American League’s regular season, including whether or not Kansas City or Detroit is the Central Division Champs and whether or not the A’s hold on to a playoff … Continue reading

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Major League Snub for Garrett Richards

It’s hard to believe that there have been eight starting pitchers in the American League who have performed better than Garrett Richards this season. The young Angels’ righty has taken the league by storm, recently throwing one even more overpowering … Continue reading

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Has a Major League Team EVER Had a Worse Opening Day?

As the 2014 season was about to begin, hopes were high in Anaheim, as the Angels were to begin the season with Mike Trout signed to a six-year contract extension, Albert Pujols had apparently returned to health, new, young arms … Continue reading

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Long-Term Contracts and Pitchers: Do They EVER Work Out?

In the history of huge contracts given to major league pitchers, the Dodgers have written the text book: The textbook on what NOT to do. The one caveat is that their gruesome history of throwing millions of dollars at unsuspecting … Continue reading

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