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The Dansby Swanson Dilemma

By: Austin Davis   Dansby Swanson, former #1 overall pick, could be one of the most important players in the Braves success over the next decade. The hometown kid was the first pick out of Vanderbilt in 2015, taken by Arizona. He was in their system until that December, when he was a part of one of the more lopsided trades in recent memory. He made it up to AA before being called up on August 17, 2016. He went 2-4 and hit .301 in 38 games. But since then, he hasn’t performed to the original expectations. He’s hit .235...

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Greg Holland And Diamondbacks Agree To 1 Year Deal

By: Gary Allen   (PHEONIX) - On Wednesday, The Diamondbacks agreed to terms with free-agent reliever Greg Holland, a source confirmed to MLB.com’s Steve Gilbert The club hasn’t confirmed the agreement. The deal is reportedly worth $3.5 million and includes an additional $3.5 million in incentives, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman. 1st reported by Ken Rosenthal and Robert Murray, the deal is Pending a physical. Holland split time between the Cardinals and Nationals in 2018. The 33 year old struggled mightily during his time in St.Louis, posting an atrocious 7.92 ERA in 32 appearances and walking 22 batters in...

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What’s Left For The Mets To Do

By: Noah Wright   The Mets have had one of the most active off seasons this winter. They’ve added many pieces to the team, including Edwin Diaz, and Jeurys Familia to bolster the pen, while acquiring Robinson Cano and Wilson Ramos to sure up the line-up. After those acquisitions, the Mets just recently added outfield depth with Keon Broxton, and infield depth with J.D. Davis. However even after all that, the Mets still could do more this off season. The Mets still need to add to this bullpen, and more specifically a left handed relief pitcher. Past Diaz, Familia, and...

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What The Diamondbacks Have Left To Trade

By: Noah Wright   The Diamondbacks have begun their rebuild. This started when they traded Paul Goldschmidt to the St. Louis Cardinals. They’ll likely not be done trading off pieces just yet. They still have a handful of pieces worth value to not just them, but other teams. So let’s take a look at some of those players that they still could move before the season starts. In Arbitration: 1.) David Peralta (OF): The former indy league player turned MLB star turned in a career season in 2018. In 614 plate appearances, Peralta batted .293/.352/.516. He reached career highs in...

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3 Big Free Agents Nobody Is Talking About

By: Marcus Sandoval   With the likes of Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, and Craig Kimbrel in the free agents list, it is easy to overlook many players with great use and talent.There's still multitude of great and useful players that your team could sign and not break the bank. Jed Lowrie, 2B Jed Lowrie has come off a wonder season. Although 35 years old, he had a 4.9 WAR. He is solid offensively and defensively. Has come off a season with an .801 OPS, a .267 average, and 23 home runs. Lowrie’s value will only rise as the market for...

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