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Complete Miami Marlins 2015 Season Preview

Giancarlo Stanton has accomplished a lot in his young career, but this offseason he did something that seemed utterly impossible: He convinced owner Jeffrey Loria to put the Miami Marlins in a position to succeed. 

Rookies Dalton Pompey and Devon Travis Both Crack Blue Jays' Opening Day Roster

The Toronto Blue Jays announced today that rookies Dalton Pompey and Devon Travis will both be part of the team’s Opening Day roster, per Gregor Chisholm of

Pompey is set to open the 2015 season as Toronto’s starting centre fielder, while Travis will start at second base.

10 Reasons to Be Optimistic for Mets' 2015 Season

The Mets' 2015 season is just about here and there is a lot to look forward to, as the Mets attempt to get into the postseason for the first time since 2006.

After rebuilding for much of the decade thus far, most of the Mets' young pieces are now on the major league roster, which means the team is that much closer to competing and having winning seasons.

Here are 10 reasons to be optimistic about the Mets this year.

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Philadelphia Phillies to Serve Liquor at Citizens Bank Park for 2015 Season

As the Philadelphia Phillies prepare for what may be a very long season, the team has come up with something that can help fans deal with the losing.

The Phillies will be debuting a new bar this season that will sell liquor, according to's Michael Klein:

Justin Verlander Injury: Updates on Tigers Star's Tricep and Return

Detroit Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander is dealing with a tricep issue that could put the right-hander on the disabled list to start the season. 

Continue for updates. 

Victor Sanchez, Former Mariners Pitching Prospect, Dies at Age 20

Former Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez died Saturday due to injuries suffered in a boating accident in February that resulted in a fractured skull after a boat propellor hit him in the head.

5 Reasons to Be Excited for the 2015 Cubs Season

Even though the 2015 Chicago Cubs baseball season is just a week away, the hot topic of discussion lately has not been the state of the team; rather, it has been the fate of the historic Wrigley Field.

Chairman Tom Ricketts has already announced that the ballpark will not be ready for Opening Day, and renovations could take an extra year to complete.

Mike Trout Robs Dodgers' Alex Guerrero of Extra-Base Hit in Spring Training

It looks like Mike Trout is ready for Opening Day.

Along with putting up some very impressive numbers at the plate during spring training, the Los Angeles Angels star has also been showing off his skills in center field.

In top of the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday, Alex Guerrero hit a deep shot to center. Trout kept his eye on the ball and made a great play at the wall, robbing Guerrero of a potential extra-base hit.

3 Reasons to Be Optimistic for the Arizona Diamondbacks' 2015 Season

It's not always easy to be optimistic for 2015 when your team finished the previous season with the worst record in MLB.

However, the Arizona Diamondbacks are not a typical last-place-caliber team. With most of the team returning strong, along with several key offseason acquisitions, anything less than an improvement from 2014 would be a disappointment.

Here are three reasons why the D-Backs should be optimistic as the 2015 season rapidly approaches.

10 Key Roster Holes MLB Teams Will Fail to Fill by Opening Day

Opening Day of the 2015 Major League Baseball season is inching closer. In turn, teams are inching closer to "completing" their 25-man rosters.

Yes, the quotation marks on "completing" are necessary. Because while a complete roster technically means a roster without holes, every team is going to break camp with at least one notable hole on its roster.

But some holes will be more notable than most, and those are the ones we're here to talk about.


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