2016 All-Star balloting has begun, completely online and mobile

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With Sunday’s launch of the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, voting has officially begun for the 87th All-Star Game July 12th at Petco Park in San Diego. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Ballot program is the largest of its kind in professional sports, recording an all-time high of 620 million votes in 2015, eclipsing the […] READ MORE



How Milwaukee Built a Winner in Kansas City

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Building a baseball team that goes to back-to-back World Series takes a tremendous amount of talent, foresight, patience, and luck. Along the way, players are released, picked up, traded, brought up, and sent down. Nothing can be taken for granted, nor can it be predicted with 100% accuracy. The Milwaukee Brewers made it to the […] READ MORE


Royals Johnny Cueto Set to Start Game Five

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After what could only be described as a disappointing thirteen weeks, Wednesday could be the final outing of Johnny Cueto’s tenure with the Kansas City Royals. When Kansas City hands Cueto the baseball in a game five elimination game, its the exact sort of scenario the Royals envisioned when they acquired him from the Cincinnati Reds in late July. The Royals however, do not […] READ MORE


2015 LWOS MLB Season Awards: American League

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We at Last Word On Sports are proud and excited to bring you the first annual LWOS MLB Season Awards. We now present part two: the American League Awards. Cy Young Award Brandon Murphy: David Price – Price has dominated in two cities this year. He is top-five in every pitching metric you could think […] READ MORE


The Best MLB Managers Stay Cool in September

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The age of sabermetrics has ignited a plethora of debates. What is the value of evaluating talent by old school scouting versus new school analytics? How can numbers measure the ethereal contributions players make to team chemistry and leadership? A major league manager processes all this information and formulates a daily strategy to optimize an […] READ MORE