Monthly Archives: April 2012

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NFL Mock Draft

By Travis Wingfield Most publications keep a running mock draft going from the time the season ends all the way up until the end of April when Roger Goodell steps to the podium. My only question is, why? Player’s jockeying for position, altercations, stock rising, and stock falling, do we really need 15 versions of […]

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AL West Preview

By Tyler Curtis 1. Texas Rangers – It’s hard to find a word to describe just how good this Rangers offense has been over the last couple of years. They hit for average. They hit for power. They steal bases. It’s the most consistently balanced offense in Major League Baseball. In 2011, they were lead […]

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AL Central Preview

By Tyler Curtis The AL Central figures to be the least exciting division in baseball in 2012. The Tigers are clearly the favorite to win their second consecutive division title, and with the addition of Prince Fielder, they should clinch it fairly early. The Indians and Royals have some nice pieces in place for the […]

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AL East Preview

By Tyler Curtis Get ready for another drama filled, three team race in the AL East. The Yanks, the Sox, and the Rays all figure to win upwards of 90 games, and with the addition of another Wild Card spot, we could see all three of them in the postseason. All three teams have their […]

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Mariners Season Preview

By Travis Wingfield When Jack Zduriencik took over the general manager job for the Mariners in 2008, he vowed a commitment to quality drafting, player development and a rich farm system. The days of dishing out big money contracts to the likes of Richie Sexson and Adrian Beltre are a thing of the past and […]

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NL West Preview

By Tyler Curtis It’s never easy to predict the NL West. There’s been a different division winner the last three years, none of those being the Colorado Rockies, yet the Rockies have had as many playoff appearances as any team in the division in the last five years, winning the NL Wild Card twice. No […]

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NL Central Preview

By Tyler Curtis The loss of sluggers Albert Pujols for the Cardinals and Prince Fielder for the Brewers, combined with a new regime in Chicago, a competitive Reds club, and an upstart Pirates team make for an interesting, albeit less competitive NL Central in 2012. 90 wins should bring home a division title. 1. Cincinnati […]

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NL East Preview

By Tyler Curtis There are a lot of intriguing headlines to follow in this year’s NL East, none of which pertain to the New York Mets. The Mets look like they will be in for their worst season in years, while the other four teams should take their turns beating each other up all year. […]