Los Angeles Dodgers All-Time Tournament Team

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The Los Angeles Dodgers franchise began as the Brooklyn Atlantics in 1884. In 1958, the franchise retained its nickname but relocated to Los Angeles, where it continues to thrive today. The franchise has won 11,123 games (.529 W-L), made 35 playoff appearances, won 25 pennants and seven world championships. The team has employed 1,894 position […] READ MORE


Chicago White Sox All-Time Team

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The Chicago White Sox were one of eight charter members of the AL in 1901. Three years later, the team officially changed its nickname to White Sox, but it has been based in Chicago throughout its history. In their 121-year history, the White Sox have won six AL pennants and three World Series titles. Up […] READ MORE


San Diego Padres All-Time Tournament Team

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The San Diego Padres joined the NL as an expansion team in 1969 – one of MLB’s four new teams. In the 53 seasons since that beginning, the Padres have made the postseason six times and won two NL pennants but have come up short in both of their World Series appearances to date. However, […] READ MORE


Detroit Tigers’ Rebuild Enters Next Phase

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The Detroit Tigers made their second significant move this off-season today.  They have signed left-handed starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez to a five-year deal reported to be worth at least $77 million. This signing is on the heels of a trade/extension for Gold Glove catcher Tucker Barnhart from Cincinnati two weeks ago.  It is consistent with […] READ MORE