Tag "Evan Longoria"

Tampa Bay Rays All-Time 26-Man Roster

The Rays have a short history, so there aren’t many players to pick from for multiple positions. That being said, there are very obvious players and slam dunks for the Rays’ 26-man roster.

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MLB DFS August 21: Pitchers, Hitters, and Stacks

Happy Friday and welcome to another day of DFS! It has been a crazy and wild season so far, with now another team in the New York Mets contracting COVID-19, forcing them to postpone their weekend series versus the New York Yankees. With that in mind, there are still 13 games for the main slate at 7:05 pm est.

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The Worst Contracts In MLB History: AL East

Every team has signed contracts they regret. Here are the worst contracts for the teams in the American League East. Stay tuned for the rest of the teams, division by division.

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Could German Marquez’s One Hit Complete Game Against the Giants Turn the Tide for the Rockies?

With one out in the 8th inning at Oracle Park in San Francisco, German Marquez came set and threw to the plate against Evan Longoria. Longoria hit a ground ball to the left side of the infield, and despite a diving effort from third-baseman Nolan Arenado, the ball made its way into left field, breaking up Marquez’s no-hit bid.

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San Francisco Giants Team Preview

The San Francisco Giant even-year magic came to an end in 2016. They had won the World Series in 2010, 2012, and 2014. In 2016 they beat the New York Mets in the WC game on a Conor Gillaspie 3-run homer off Jeurys Familia in the ninth and a CG shutout by who else but MadBum himself. That year they couldn’t get past the Cubs. For the past two years, they haven’t been close to good. With an aging team and not much in the farm system, let’s take a look at what the Giants have in store this year.

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Is a Work Stoppage In The MLB’s Future?

For the past two winters, we could not use the MLB Hot Stove to keep you warm. Last year, it was to believed teams would be all in on the top free agents, but that was not the case; Yu Darvish didn’t sign with Cubs until February 13th, and J.D. Martinez with the Red Sox until on February 26th, after spring training began. Some believed teams were just holding off on spending because of the talent pool that would be available in 2018-19.

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