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Cee Angi

  • joined Oct 11, 2011
  • last login Jul 09, 2014
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Cee Angi is a freelance baseball writer who resides in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Featured Baseball Contributor for SB Nation, and her work has also appeared at Deadspin, The Classical, CBS Chicago, 670 the Score, Baseball Prospectus, The Platoon Advantage, and more. Follow her on Twitter, @CeeAngi.

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Pierzynski DFA'd -- Dodgers, White Sox next?

The veteran catcher's time with the Red Sox has come to an end, but he may have suitors among contenders and non-contenders alike.

This year a .500 team could win the World Series

The major-league standings are collapsing in on themselves, though with baseball's expanded playoffs it may not matter.

Baseball still doesn't understand women

Once again, Major League Baseball sallies forth to capture more of the female audience, and once again it falls on its face.

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2

Revisiting Aaron Harang and his new 'no-hit' style

For both pitchers and writers, sometimes things don't work out the way you plan -- but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Can the same men who broke the White Sox fix them?

Despite a 99-loss season, there was no housecleaning in the front office. Now those who let the White Sox crumble on their watch are charged with being smarter. Are they capable?

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Jeff Samardzija: Let him pitch ... for the Cubs

The Cubs' nominal ace is the constant subject of trade rumors ... but why?

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Which NL teams will escape the basement?

Is there a chance that any of 2013's worst National League teams move up in the standings?

Which AL teams will escape the basement?

Will any of the AL's disappointments change course this season?

The gradual extinction of the designated hitter

Designated hitter production is still trending downwards. It wouldn't matter, but Big Papi, the last of the great dinosaurs, still roams the forest.

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Catching complacency, or digging a deeper hole

Left alone for too long, a lack of catching talent can be devastating to any team's chances.

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Can Aaron Harang help the 2014 Indians?

Harang could be coming to the end of a long career, but he still thinks there's something left to help Cleveland.

Tigers one injury from broken outfield

Andy Dirks is hardly a star and his injury doesn't rob the Tigers of a key part, but it underscores what could be a fatal lack of outfield depth for the AL Central favorite.

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Predictions: What are they good for? (Nothing)

It's baseball's silly season, when preseason publications pour out predictions by the score. Some of them will be right, many wrong, and none of it is worth getting upset over.

Braves extensionpalooza a bow to the inevitable

In reversing themselves and negotiating extensions with core players, the Braves confronted a crisis that threatened to escalate their player payroll far beyond its current limits.

Why trade Homer Bailey when the Reds can win now?

Those who advocate trading Bailey now to get the most value for the future would get the least value for 2014.

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Topps 2014: Cards go to WAR, but decline continues

It's been a dry few years for the card designers at Topps. Does this year's model show any improvement?

MLB
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Fanfest nation: 'Access' and game-worn pants

Every winter, teams across the majors gift fans with a convention-like event devoted to autographs, season tickets... and also a good deal of complaining.

Will the Braves be forced to trade their closer?

Rising salaries plus a stagnant payroll may make it difficult for the Braves to keep their core together in the years to come.

Microbaseball: The 2-sentence baseball story

We asked some SB Nation regulars to come up with the best baseball stories they could -- so long as they didn't exceed two sentences.

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The offseason ain't over 'til Dodgers say it is

And Ned Colletti doesn't even have to see his shadow. Once all the big free-agent names have signed, the Dodgers have the power to upset the standings all over again by dealing a top-flight outfielder.

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Masahiro Tanaka: How many years will he get?

Even if Tanaka lives up to his advance billing, thanks to baseball's new economics, the risk is less in the financial commitment than in the numbers of years.

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Best of Baseball 2013: A year-end list, Part 2

This time of year we're inundated with best-of lists: best movies, best albums, best books. Baseball being a summer sport, it tends to get short shrift, but no more -- and those who don't dig the dulcet tones of Vin Scully need not apply.

MLB
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The Best of Baseball 2013: A year-end list, Part 1

This time of year we're inundated with best-of lists: best movies, best albums, best books. Baseball being a summer sport, it tends to get short shrift, but no more -- and Yankees fan or not, we dare you not to choke up watching Mariano's last hug.

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Free agents: Best of the rest in a post-Cano world

The winter meetings are upon us, but some key free-agent dominoes may have to fall before a very active hot stove season heats up even more.

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Free agents: Stop worrying about the money

The instinct is to question free agent contracts on the basis of duration and salaries, but the game's new economics require a new approach.

Robinson Cano free agency: He's right to overreach

Cano and his representatives have set a high salary bar to get his signature on a contract, but while he may ultimately be thwarted in his quest for $300 million, he's right to try and get it.

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How Terry Francona won Manager of the Year

The Indians found unexpected success with the emergence of pitchers who hadn't been counted on at the beginning of the season. Now two of them are free agents, and the Indians and their manager must figure out how to maintain their winning ways.

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Dr. SB Nation: How to fix the Chicago White Sox

Continuing a new series in which we look at where each team has been and how it might get to where it wants to go. This week, the White Sox get their diagnosis.

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