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Trent Thornton: The 2019 Blue Jays’ Sole Starter

After the 2018 season, the Toronto Blue Jays began stockpiling starting pitchers. It was a necessary stage in their rebuild. Forget about quality innings, the roster was in desperate need of arms any way possible. […]

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Happy Canada Day, Eh!

Happy Canada Day! Just three days before Independence Day, America’s Northern neighbours are celebrating their own origins. On this day, let’s celebrate some of baseball’s great Canadian connections, stats, facts, and players:  84.15: The total […]

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What Will Travis Shaw’s Past Lead To?

Travis Shaw is a unique case. Quite often, players are categorized or assessed based on the height of the floor and ceiling of their performance. Travis Shaw is no exception, however, he has brought new […]

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Maxx Wayne: Why Every Team Should Fear the San Diego Pitching Staff

This article is written by guest author Maxx Wayne The San Diego Padres are a historically underperforming baseball team, but this seems to be changing. They are one of the youngest and most promising teams […]

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Michael Frain: An Analysis of the Paul Goldschmidt Trade and Why the Diamondbacks Won

This article is by guest author Michael Frain On December 5th, 2018, the St. Louis Cardinals acquired first baseman Paul Goldschmidt from the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for a package of prospects containing Carson Kelly […]

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Catchers (And Umpires) Are Remarkably Consistent

At every level of baseball, there’s much concern over a catcher’s health. There is less discussion on the in-game impact of those rigours than there is on how it affects durability. Any major league roster […]

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Casting Doubt on Dakota Hudson’s 2019 Success

At first glance, Cardinals right-hander Dakota Hudson had a great showing in 2019, posting a 3.35 ERA in 174 ⅔ innings spanning 32 starts and one relief appearance. That was good enough to rank 11th […]