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Joe Smith Signing Will Benefit the Toronto Blue Jays

In an offseason where the Toronto Blue Jays replaced Edwin Encarnacion with Kendrys Morales and Steve Pearce, and barely re-signed Jose Bautista, it was a relief to see the name Joe Smith, and the words “Signed with the Toronto Blue Jays” in the same sentence. Once the offseason began, the Blue Jays needed to add a few arms to the bullpen, especially after losing Brett Cecil to free agency. After
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MLB: Top 5 Remaining Free Agents Entering 2017

We are several months into the MLB offseason, and quite a lot has gone down already. Yoenis Cespedes returned to the New York Mets. The big three closers have signed, with the San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers winning the bidding for the likes of Mark Melancon, Aroldis Chapman and Kenley Jansen respectively. The Chicago Cubs did not care, as they went out and traded for
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Cleveland Indians: Can Edwin Encarnacion Help End the Drought?

The Cleveland Indians are one of the first teams to sign a big name free agent this year. They showed that they have talent and a solid batting order but, the main issue in the 2016 World Series was not being able to rely on their big hitters to deliver in the clutch. Napoli was a force for the Indians throughout the regular season, as well as, the beginning of
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MLB Rumors: Dodgers looking to shop Scott Kazmir, Brandon McCarthy

We are on the cusp of the Winter Meetings beginning for Major League Baseball and rumors are starting to run wild on who teams are willing to give up. According to Buster Olney, the Los Angeles Dodgers are looking to shop several players and the two biggest names he mentioned were Scott Kazmir and Brandon McCarthy. It seems that the Dodgers have a lot of interest in free agent Rich
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MLB Rumors: Nationals out on Aroldis Chapman could make Yankees clear front runners

Up until this past week, there had been at least four teams in the mix to land Aroldis Chapman; the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs. Then a fifth team came into the mix to throw their name in the bidding war for the Cuban flame-thrower in the Washington Nationals. Washington, who watched their playoff hopes evaporate quickly with an NLDS loss to