Chicago Cubs Off to Slow Start in 2022

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The Chicago Cubs have not started the 2022 season off very well, and that has fans wondering if this team will ever get it together. The feeling toward the Cubs’ season is a gloomy one. As of Friday night, this team has won 11 games and lost 19. Certainly Not Contenders The Chicago Cubs have […] READ MORE


Boston Red Sox Wishlist this Holiday Season

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The Boston Red Sox debuted one of the worst pitching staffs in the Major Leagues in 2020. The lack of depth may be too big of a hurdle to overcome in just one offseason but pitching of any kind will certainly be at the top of Chaim Bloom’s wishlist this winter. Outside of starting and […] READ MORE


Potential Philadelphia Phillies Bullpen Solutions

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The leading topic of every Philadelphia sports radio show in the past week has been the Philadelphia Phillies bullpen. And no, definitely not in a positive way like the New York Yankees or Oakland Athletics. The Phillies bullpen enters play on Saturday night with the worst ERA in the MLB at 7.89. The lineup is […] READ MORE



Report: David Robertson Signs with Philadelphia Phillies

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The hard-throwing righty has found a new home, agreeing to sign with the Phillies on a two-year deal worth $23 million. David Robertson pitched well for the New York Yankees in 2018. He helped their bullpen post the fourth-lowest ERA, fourth-best save percentage, and second-most strikeouts among all MLB teams. In adding Robertson, the Phillies also […] READ MORE



The New and Improved Yankees Bullpen… and Todd Frazier

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The New York Yankees bullpen has certainly played a role in the team’s recent struggles, but as of today that might be changing. Yankees GM Brian Cashman, under pressure from the team’s fan base and ownership to make a deal, acquired two relievers and a corner infielder from the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday evening. […] READ MORE




Nationals Bullpen Issues Could Prevent Deep Playoff Run

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Going into the 2017 MLB season, the Washington Nationals bullpen was dealt a crushing blow. After losing closer Mark Melancon to the San Francisco Giants in free agency, the Nationals were left without a ninth inning specialist. However, instead of finding his replacement in free agency or on the trade market, they opted to resolve their […] READ MORE