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With Johnny Cueto headed to Kansas City, and the Tigers reportedly reticent to trade David Price, contenders around the league figure to be lining up for Cole Hamels. And yet, as general managers from around the league kick the tires on Hamels, should they also be kicking themselves for not signing Max Scherzer? That could all […]

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The Yankees approach the trade deadline in the paradoxical position of being comfortably in first place, but with two glaring holes to fill. Although the team has prospered despite an inconsistent rotation and lack of offense up the middle, shoring up at least one of these two deficiencies could go a long way toward solidifying […]

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While Alex Rodriguez and Brian Cashman continue to dicker over the third baseman’s reinstatement to the active roster, the Yankees are set to welcome back the man they traded for Arod 10 years ago. The acquisition of Alfonso Soriano juxtaposed against the Rodriquez saga might seem like an amusing coincidence, but both events say quite […]

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(The following was originally published at SB*Nation’s Pinstriped Bible) The 2013 Yankees are giving new meaning to the word “out”field. In the team’s first 64 games, hitters occupying the three outfield positions have combined to post an unimpressive line of .258/.309/.401, which, in terms of OPS, ranks as not only one of the worst rates in […]

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The Yankees’ lineup looks a little like Swiss cheese, but the team has some depth in its starting rotation. Meanwhile, the Seattle Mariners have more than their fair share of DH types, but are reportedly in the market for a starting pitcher. It’s time to play let’s make a deal. The Mariners find themselves a […]

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A six year, $147 million contract is too rich for the Kansas City Royals’ blood. So, when Zack Greinke agreed to terms with the Dodgers on the richest contract ever given to a pitcher, general manager Dayton Moore probably saw the handwriting on the wall. Although the Royals weren’t a player for Greinke, the enormous […]

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Not long ago, the Miami Marlins were breaking ground on a new stadium. Now, they are breaking up their team. Yesterday, the Marlins and Toronto Blue Jays pulled off a blockbuster, 12-player deal that would make members of a fantasy league blush. No stranger to a fire sale, the Marlins again decided to unload their […]

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