Biggest Astros Offseason Acquisitions Since 2000

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Every year MLB teams make moves in the offseason to try to put their team over the top. Whether it is a big trade or a free agent signing, there are moves that make a major difference to the history of a franchise. The Houston Astros had some lean years during the 2000s, but the […] READ MORE


Potential Landing Spots for Corey Kluber

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Once a high-profile ace for the Cleveland Indians, Corey Kluber finds himself on the free agent market as a potential bounce-back candidate for 2021. The two-time Cy Young award winner has made a combined eight starts since 2018. He will be 35 in April, but he showed no signs of slowing down in his most […] READ MORE


Houston Astros Major Offseason Needs

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The 2020 MLB season has finally come to a close, and now all 30 teams look towards 2021. Every team has various offseason needs, holes to fill or positions to strengthen. The Houston Astros are no different than the rest of the league. They have a variety of positions to strengthen: the outfield, bullpen, and […] READ MORE


Indians Decline 2021 Option on Brad Hand

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Brad Hand Likely to Find a New Home for 2021 Season Thursday, the Cleveland Indians officially declined the 2021 option on reliever Brad Hand. First with the news was Zack Meisel on Twitter. The Indians have placed Brad Hand on outright waivers with the intention of declining his $10 million club option if he goes […] READ MORE


Michael Brantley could improve Blue Jays outfield depth

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The Houston Astros may lose their starting outfield of George Springer, Michael Brantley, and Josh Reddick. All three players will become free agents this winter. There is a chance that the Astros will resign Springer or Brantley, but there is a chance none of them return. If that’s the case, then all three will have quite a few […] READ MORE


MLB Players Options Declined for 2021

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Teams Decline 2021 Options on Several Notable MLB Players Now that the World Series is officially in the books, the attention turns towards the Hot Stove. The first big deadline this Hot Stove season is from now until Friday to exercise or decline player’s options. As a standard tradition in the MLB, this part of […] READ MORE


Rating The Chicago White Sox Off-Season Acquisitions

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White Sox Great Offseason Rick Hahn and the Chicago White Sox flashed what they are capable of this off-season, after a 3 plus year rebuild. Times are finally changing on the Southside. In an attempt to fully understand each move, I have rated them accordingly. On a scale from A+ to F, here’s how the […] READ MORE


Cincinnati Reds Offseason Needs For 2020

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Cincinnati Reds Offseason Needs For 2020 Last season was supposed to be a major step forward for the Cincinnati Reds, however, the club was inconsistent all season long and they finished fourth in the National League Central standings. There were some promising parts of the year especially with Eugenio Suarez’ offensive outburst, the development of […] READ MORE


The Milwaukee Brewers May Not Need an Upgrade at Catcher

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The Winter Meetings are currently ongoing in Las Vegas, and teams are looking at upgrades for their various positions of need. Many may figure that the Milwaukee Brewers will look for an upgrade at the catcher position. After all, a tandem of Erik Kratz and Manny Pina doesn’t sound very impressive. However, catcher may not […] READ MORE


New York Yankees Acquire LHP James Paxton in Blockbuster Trade

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The New York Yankees have claimed another star pitcher. Heading into the offseason, one of their big concerns as a team was starting pitching depth. With Sonny Gray on the trading block and the health of C.C. Sabathia in question, starting pitching became a major concern for the Yankees beyond Luis Severino and Masahiro Tanaka. […] READ MORE