Posts From Jordan Leandre

NLCS Recap: The Slipper Still Fits in Atlanta

Things looked bleak for the eventual NLCS champion Atlanta Braves when All-Star outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. tore his ACL on July 10. At the time, the Braves were just 43-44 and couldn’t seem to get out of their own way. Now Cinderella has a date with the Houston Astros in the World Series.

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St. Louis Cardinals Season Recap

The St. Louis Cardinals were a team that largely underwhelmed this season. However, they got hot in mid-September and propelled themselves into a Wild Card berth with a 17-game winning streak.

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Tampa Bay Rays Season Recap

On the surface, the Tampa Bay Rays appear to have failed in 2021. A lot of old-school baseball minds have been pumping their fists and making sure to let the world know that “nerds” don’t win baseball games.

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San Diego Padres Season Recap

The San Diego Padres entered 2021 with astronomically high expectations, and rightfully so. The team entered the season with rising superstar Fernando Tatis Jr., complemented by established veterans like Manny Machado, Tommy Pham and Yu Darvish.

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Every team’s X-Factor heading into MLB Playoffs

Stars bring teams to the MLB playoffs; unsung heroes put them over the top in the end. The stage is set; every team from here on in will have to win a best-of-five or best-of-seven series to bridge their way to baseball glory.

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Baltimore Orioles all-time 26-man roster

Though it may not seem like it now, the history of the Baltimore Orioles is full of great moments and league records. However, only 26 men can have the honor of being named to their all-time roster.

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Assessing Viable 2022 Options for Yankees Catcher

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez has had an up-and-down career in the Bronx. What once seemed like a top-five catcher now seems like a potential open competition for the Yankees.

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Boston Celtics’ Biggest Questions Ahead of 2020 Offseason

Jordan Leandre poses a few big questions that need answers ahead of this offseason for Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics.

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Column: Time is Running Out for Sony Michel

Despite coming up just short, New England’s offense came out firing on Sunday night against the Seahawks. Cam Newton totaled the third-most passing yards in a single game for his career, while N’Keal Harry and Julian Edelman both had career games receiving. It wasn’t all sunshine and roses for every member of the offense. While the running game wasn’t established the same way it was against Miami, Sony Michel came up short once again.

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Column: Red Sox Already Won Brandon Workman Trade

Neither Nick Pivetta nor Connor Seabold have seen big league action since being traded to Boston. But have the Red Sox still won the trade already? Jordan Leandre thinks so, and tells us why here.

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