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The Most Underrated Free Agent Of The 2020-2021 Class

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By: Noah Wright   The 2020-2021 Free Agent class looks about as stacked as the 2019-2020 class before the extension flurry that was late last off season. You have AL MVP candidate Mookie Betts, sluggers Joc Pederson, Justin Turner, and Michael Brantley, all being joined by some other names like DJ LeMahieu, and Cesar Hernandez. That’s not even mentioning the pitchers. The likes of Trevor Bauer, Masahiro Tanaka, Marcus Stroman, Alex Colome, Brandon Workman, and Kirby Yates. With so many all-star level names, it's easy to overlook some lesser known names. Among those is shortstop Marcus Semien. Semien is the...

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Reds Pick Up First Sweep Of 2019

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds got their first sweep of the 2019 season at home in a three game series against the Miami Marlins, before taking a split series against the St. Louis Cardinals as the teams faced each other in Monterrey, Mexico in the Mexico Series. “The pitchers stopping all the other clubs has been great,” Reds right fielder Yasiel Puig told MLB.com. “We’re losing a lot of games by one run because the offense is not giving any runs to defend the pitchers’ good job. Now, everybody is together. That’s the reason we won three games in...

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Braves Weekly Recap: Opening Series

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By: Austin Davis   3/28: Braves @ Phillies 10-4 L 3/30: Braves @ Phillies 8-6 L 3/31: Braves @ Phillies 5-1 L In short, the Braves did a horrible job in showing people that they have the talent, in the very least their current state, to pull off a second division championship and making a deeper postseason run than last year. And while it is just three games, with how the bullpen has been performing and the state of the rotation being as it is, it may be time to panic. However, before we get too hard on the bullpen, the starters didn’t...

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Reds Open The Year With Even Start

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By: Zane Miller   The Reds began their first week of the regular season with  - , as they won 5-3 on Opening Day on Thursday afternoon at home over the Pittsburgh Pirates, but lost 5-0 in the following game on Sunday afternoon against the Pirates. The team remained at home to face the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night, as the Reds lost 4-3. “You’re trusting the process, you’re trusting the track record, you’re trusting that you put guys in a certain position for a reason,” Reds manager David Bell told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “It is, as we say, a...

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Eloy Jimenez To Start MLB Career On Opening Day

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By: Mark Lester   After years of waiting, and after spending the last season as one of, if not the best prospects in all of baseball, Eloy Jimenez will make his long-awaited debut in the big leagues. The White Sox have just promoted him to the MLB roster, meaning that he’ll be in the lineup for Opening Day. The move was announced after the White Sox 7-1 Spring Training win over Arizona. The crown jewel of the White Sox farm system just signed a lucrative contract to stay on the South Side for at least six years for $43 million...

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