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American League East Despite a questionable starting rotation and injury concerns in the bullpen, the Red Sox clearly have the strongest and deepest offense in the A.L. East, and, in today’s low run scoring era, that gives Boston a distinct advantage. The Red Sox are also buoyed by a strong farm system that boasts several prospects who […]

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The blackout is one of the best things to happen to baseball fans in the last 20 years. Although conventional wisdom regards MLB’s blackout policy as a scourge, the truth is much different. Blackouts, which are based on territorial exclusivity, are the foundation of the sport’s economic system, and, it’s because of them that most […]

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Keith Law has released his annual ranking of the top-100 prospects in professional baseball, and the Yankees managed to land only two players on the list. Aaron Judge (23rd) and Greg Bird (80th) were the Baby Bombers who made the cut, giving the Yankees their fewest number of entrants in Law’s ranking since 2010. Yankees’ Historical Representation […]

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It’s been a rough year for the Yankees. First they lose four-fifths of their opening day starting rotation to injury, and now the first two years of the franchise’s existence have been erased from the team’s record book at baseball-reference.com. Before Monday, baseball-reference.com had recognized the 1901-1902 Baltimore Orioles as the predecessors of the current […]

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Following a mutual off day, the Orioles rank one game ahead of the Yankees in the A.L. East. The season doesn’t end in June, but if it did, Baltimore would be listed above New York in the standings for the first time since 1997. And, if the Orioles do outlast the Yankees, it will represent […]

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