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Projecting the 2015 San Diego Padres

Since 1998 the San Diego Padres have only made the postseason in 2 of the last 16 seasons. The team has made big moves to become competitive for the 2015 MLB season. We look at the moves and look ahead to the 2015 San Diego Padres.

How Have MLB Teams Performed Against Their Season Over/Unders?

Prior to the start of the baseball season Vegas posts over-under regular season win totals for each MLB team. How accurate are these totals? We take a look and show which teams have over and underperformed their win totals. Read More

Last Updated: Sunday, Mar 01, 2015


Best 1-Year Free Agent Deals of the MLB Offseason

The baseball adage holds that there is no such thing as a bad 1-year contract as even if the player doesn't meet expectations the team can just look elsewhere after just one season. We recap the 2015 MLB offseasons best 1-year deals Read More

Last Updated: Thursday, Feb 26, 2015


How The Save Has Evolved Over Time In Baseball - Part 3: Playoff Edition

How does closer usage change when it comes to the playoffs? In part three of our look at the evolution of saves in baseball we focus in on the playoffs. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015


How The Save Has Evolved Over Time In Baseball - Part 2

In part two of How the Save Has Evolved Over Time in Baseball we look at the average length of saves over time as well as a look at how the importance of saves have changed over time. Read More

Last Updated: Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015


Now or Never: Why 2015 has to be the Year of the Toronto Blue Jays

Despite constantly fielding competitive teams and playing in one of MLB's biggest markets the Jays haven't sniffed the postseason since winning the World Series in 1993, and now enter 2015 as the only franchise that hasn't made the playoffs in the 21st Century. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Feb 23, 2015


How The Save Has Evolved Over Time In Baseball - Part 1

For the first twenty years after the save was made official it was common to see a closer be credited with a multi-inning save. The average save was more likely to be earned by pitching more than one inning than just one inning as is common practice today. Our look at the save - part 1. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Feb 23, 2015


The Two Sides of James Shields

James Shields was one of the big three free-agent pitchers this off-season and eventually signed with the very active San Diego Padres. We take a look at Shields and his career. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Feb 11, 2015


How Much Money will Scott Boras Make in 2015?

After starting his career as a sports agent in 1983 Scott Boras has become the most powerful individual in his sector. We take a look at his 2015 list of clients their huge contracts and the lineup his clients could field. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jan 26, 2015


10 Thoughts on the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2015

The 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Class saw Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz, and Craig Biggio added to Cooperstown. It was the first class of 4 players since 1955. We try to condense it all into 10 bullet points. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Jan 07, 2015


Projecting the 2015 San Diego Padres

Since 1998 the San Diego Padres have only made the postseason in 2 of the last 16 seasons. The team has made big moves to become competitive for the 2015 MLB season. We look at the moves and look ahead to the 2015 San Diego Padres. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Dec 29, 2014


Preview of 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

The 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot will have the fewest number of total players on the ballot since 2012 but there is certainly no lack of star power. We preview the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Dec 15, 2014


Revisiting 2014 MLB Predictions (Sidebar: Always Bet The Under)

Earlier this year we looked at the results of preseason predictions made before the 2013 season. The predictions were made by readers of the popular SweetSpot site on ESPN.com. We take a look at how they did over the 2014 MLB season. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Dec 15, 2014


Jon Lester and the 2015 Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are at 106 consecutive years without a World Series win but with some big moves and some movie magic on their side they may have their best chance in years to win it all. Read More

Last Updated: Thursday, Dec 11, 2014


MLB Attendance Winners and Losers for the 2014 Season

Attendance figures are no longer as important drivers of revenue for baseball teams as they were years ago thanks largely to lucrative local television contracts. We look at the attendance change for each team in the MLB.  Read More

Last Updated: Friday, Dec 05, 2014


10 Biggest Billy Beane Trades

We present the 10 biggest deals in the Billy Beane tenure with the Oakland Athletics going from the absolute worst to the very best.  Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Dec 03, 2014



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