Tag "Starling Marte"

Report: Red Sox have Reached Out to Michael Conforto

Although the 2022 season is already underway, the Boston Red Sox are still looking for upgrades. One bat they have been connected to is Michael Conforto.

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New York Mets 2022 Season Preview

The Mets underperformed all expectations in 2021, while missing the playoffs and finishing with a losing record.

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Mets Bolster Offense with a Trio of Moves

On Friday, the New York Mets signed utility infielder Eduardo Escobar, and outfielders Mark Canha and Starling Marte in the span of a few hours. The former two signed two-year contracts, while Marte inked a four-year deal coming off one of the best seasons of his career.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Philadelphia Phillies

While the Phillies fielded the potential MVP in Bryce Harper, the potential Cy Young winner in Zack Wheeler, and a top-3 catcher in J.T. Realmuto, they didn’t have much else. The supporting cast has been an issue for Philadelphia over the past few years.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Oakland Athletics

The Oakland A’s missed the playoffs for the first time in four years finishing third in the AL West at 86-76. Let’s take a look at what the A’s need to focus on to get back to October baseball in 2022.

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Miami Marlins Season Recap

The Miami Marlins wound up having a disappointing 2021 season after making the expanded 2020 postseason. The hitting was the biggest fallout, while the pitching was pretty solid.

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Report: Athletics Acquire Starling Marte

The Oakland Athletics have lept into the trade market with just over two days until the MLB trade deadline. Oakland is acquiring outfielder Starling Marte from the Miami Marlins.

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2021 MLB Trade Deadline Preview: Miami Marlins

The Marlins, under the guidance of Derek Jeter and Kim Ng, will have to decide how aggressively they will sell this summer—if they even sell at all.

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Exclusive: Brett Lorin’s Journey and Life After baseball

Brett Lorin is a name that may not be familiar to many baseball fans. Lorin was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the fifth round of the 2008 MLB Draft. The California native never appeared in a major league game but spent time in the Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations. He retired in 2015 but has a unique story.

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What to Expect From Bryan Reynolds in 2021

In his third MLB season, Reynolds will be looking to recapture the magic from his rookie campaign and show why he should be part of the Pirates’ future.

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