MLB Editorials, Opinions & Commentary

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Braves built to beat Nats in MLB playoffs -- and they will

After their big moves flamed out, two minor additions will be the difference if the Braves and Nationals meet in October.

Braves built to beat Nats in MLB playoffs -- and they will

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After their big moves flamed out, two minor additions will be the difference if the Braves and Nationals meet in October.

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Did the A's have a chance at a successful protest?

You can't uphold a protest for a bad judgment call, but home plate umpire Greg Gibson and his crew might have misapplied two rules in calling obstruction on Brandon Moss.

Did the A's have a chance at a successful protest?

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You can't uphold a protest for a bad judgment call, but home plate umpire Greg Gibson and his crew might have misapplied two rules in calling obstruction on Brandon Moss.

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Miami Marlins History

Stanton's unfortunate timing in Marlins history

Had Giancarlo Stanton come around a few years earlier or a few years later, his outlook on the team may not have been so morbid.

Stanton's unfortunate timing in Marlins history

Had Giancarlo Stanton come around a few years earlier or a few years later, his outlook on the team may not have been so morbid.

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Why the Jack Zduriencik extension wasn't a mistake

There are other GM candidates who could do a better job of running the Mariners than Jack Zduriencik can. That doesn't mean it would be smart for the team to fire him right now.

Why the Jack Zduriencik extension wasn't a mistake

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There are other GM candidates who could do a better job of running the Mariners than Jack Zduriencik can. That doesn't mean it would be smart for the team to fire him right now.

Should the Yankees convert to a six-man rotation?

With most of its original staff having missed significant time, the Yankee front office needs to do whatever necessary to insure they're healthy.

Which AL West team has done enough?

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Los Angeles, Oakland, and Seattle battle for West Coast supremacy. Who has put themselves in the best position to claim the division? The answers are both limited and unclear.

Anibal Sanchez and the completely hosed Tigers

Anibal Sanchez is hurt, which hurts an already hurting Detroit Tigers team. With five weeks left, can Detroit turn things around?

These 4 injuries will ruin MLB playoffs

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These four injuries are totally killing our playoff vibe.

Cubs operate like a fast-food franchise, and that's a problem

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Or: the hazards of running a baseball organization like a fast-food franchise.

Why won't the Yankees pursue Cuban talent?

What do Yasiel Puig, Jose Abreu, Yoenis Cespedes and Rusney Castillo all have in common? None of them play for the Yankees.

Should the Yankees let Tanaka pitch again in 2014?

After close to six weeks of rehabilitation for the Yankees' ace, a return to game action this season is still possible. Should the Yankees shut Tanaka down and wait until spring training of 2015...

Rusney Castillo a worthwhile gamble for Red Sox

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While the deal represents tremendous risk, Boston's signing of Rusney Castillo could wind up solidifying their outfield for years to come.

Revisiting the hard-luck Orioles and Manny Machado

The Orioles are having a weird season for a team running away with their division. They might be the kind of team we use in a decade to feel better about other teams.

MLB close to revising its asinine blackout policy

In an interview with the Associated Press, MLB Advanced Media head hocho Bob Bowman says the game's notorious blackout policy could soon be changed to allow cable subscribers to view local games...

A new great Orioles era snuck up on us - it's here

Some time when we weren't paying attention, a new era of Orioles greatness snuck up on us - and maybe it's here to stay. Buck Showalter, Adam Jones, Nick Markakis, and more have brought back the...

The end of the Gordon Beckham era

Front office, broadcasting booth and fans found it difficult to let go of his rookie year

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Mo'ne Davis is a kid, not a prospect or gender pioneer

And she's sure as hell not a painting. Treating her as anything but what she is, a 13-year-old, is the height of objectification, making her a symbol instead of a kid playing a kid's game. Her...

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