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Ranking the Rays' 8 Preliminary Candidates Targeted to Replace Joe Maddon

The offseason has only just begun, and already it's been a very tumultuous one for the Tampa Bay Rays.

Indeed, new president of baseball operations Matt Silverman—who took over the job in October after Andrew Friedman, his longtime predecessor, left for the Los Angeles Dodgers—has his work cut out for him.

Mariners Smart to Bring Veteran OF Raul Ibanez Back to Seattle

Raul Ibanez is 40 years old, but apparently the Seattle Mariners still believe that the left-handed power-hitter can contribute.

Ibanez appeared in 130 games for the New York Yankees in 2012. He faced right-hand pitching almost exclusively in that time.

Seattle Mariners Reportedly Sign OF Raul Ibanez

The Seattle Mariners need a boost offensively, and they're hoping Raul Ibanez can supply some pop in his return.

According to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the Mariners and Ibanez have reached an agreement:

Hot Stove: Seattle Mariners Eyeing Return of Raul Ibanez?

***UPDATE: Ken Rosenthal of tweeted Saturday evening that the Seattle Mariners and Raul Ibanez had reached a contract agreement.***

Raul Ibanez Will Prove to Be More Valuable This Season Than Jesus Montero

Raul Ibanez has been a pleasant surprise so far for the New York Yankees.

Many fans thought Ibanez would be an automatic out entering the regular season, as his spring training left much to be desired.

Those fans couldn't have been more wrong.

After Tuesday night's two home run performance against the Rays, Ibanez now has five home runs and 16 RBI on the season.

Philadelphia Phillies vs Houston Astros BoxPlus: More Singles and 2-Out RBI

Welcome to BoxPlus, where I give you just a little more than the box score does.

Phillies 9, Astros 4

Game 2 of the Phillies' young season saw a bit more of an offensive attack to back ace No. 2, Cliff Lee. 

Best of the Best: Top 7 Seattle Mariners Team Commercials

Every year the Mariners come out with a new set of five or six commercials in which they feature their most exciting players.  This year we got to meet Larry Bernandez and watch Ichiro hit tic-tacs.  The marketing team always comes up with something pretty clever.

Here's a look at some of the best:

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MLB 2011 Fantasy Baseball: Value RBI Options

When the top RBI guys are off the board, there are still value picks that can help you in that category.

Average Draft Positions are from Mock Draft Central.


Kurt Suzuki, Oakland A’s: Suzuki had 71 RBI last year and 88 in 2009. Both years he had the fourth RBI among catchers.

MLB Spring Training Files: Five Burning Questions for the Philadelphia Phillies

Hot on the heels of the Cliff Lee acquisition, the Philadelphia Phillies entered spring training as favorites to reclaim the National League crown. With Lee joining Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels, Roy Oswalt, and Joe Blanton, the Phillies should have the rotation locked down.

Unfortunately for the Phillies, the team isn't without questions as it prepares for the regular season. Turnover in the bullpen, spring training injuries, and the loss of key players and coaches during the off-season has left the team with several potential headaches to sort out.


Best of the American League:

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