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Angels Top 60 at 60 – Angels Franchise Top Sixty Players: 41-45 

As the 2021 Angels full squads report to Tempe, Arizona celebrating their first 60 seasons, we’re beginning the season off right. Celebrating the top sixty players in franchise history.

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A Swan Song Season? The Uncertainly of Albert Pujols

Several certainties come to mind immediately when it comes to Albert Pujols as he embarks on the 2021 season. It is potentially his final one in an Angels uniform, or any uniform, for that matter.

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Michael Conforto Extension is Bigger Priority Than Francisco Lindor Extension

The New York Mets have some business to do during Spring Training beginning this week at Port St. Lucie. Getting extensions done for Michael Conforto and Francisco Lindor is right at the top of their list.

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Source: Mets Still Interested In Springer, Bryant, Others

The New York Mets have been one of the busiest teams in what has been an unprecedentedly slow offseason. Between filling their large hole at catcher, adding a nice bullpen piece, and adding one of the game’s best shortstops, the Mets are consistently checking their checklist for the 2021 season.

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Michael Chavis Reaches Crossroads in 2021

Michael Chavis excelled in 2019 but struggled during a shortened 2020 campaign. Jamie Gatlin previews what to expect from the young Red Sox slugger going forward.

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Remembering Dodgers Legend Tommy Lasorda

Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda passed away on Thursday at the age of 93.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Miami Marlins

Much to people’s surprise, the Miami Marlins made the playoffs and finished with a 31-29 record. What do they need to do to build on their success in 2020?

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Three Free Agents Who Belong on the Mets Wish List This Christmas

The New York Mets have already been busy this winter and they are hoping to get a few more players to come to the Big Apple this offseason.

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The Cleveland Indians Are Set To Change Their Name in 2021

According to a report from the New York Times, the Cleveland Indians will be dropping their “Indians” nickname which has been the team’s identity since 1915.

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2021 Hall of Fame Case: Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is on the Hall of Fame ballot once again. Does he belong in Cooperstown? Ben Fadden weighs the pros and cons.

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