Thursday, September 19, 2019

AL West Heat Check: The Hill of Hell for the Angels

Angels
The past week was particularly brutal for the LA Angels, but take heart, they may have their eyes on the prized free agent of the winter who could take them to the promised land.

MLB Playoffs: Time to get wild or be left out

wild card
With just over one week left in the regular season, Brian Draus gives his thoughts on the MLB wild card races and provides his favorites to win.

Updated MLB postseason odds

MLB
The MLB postseason is almost upon us, so we take a look at the updated league and World Series odds.

AL West Heat Check: To rebuild or reload in Seattle

Seattle
Hope and cynicism will characterize yet another playoff-less offseason for the Seattle Mariners. Will General Manager Jerry Dipoto reload for another run or blow it all up?

MLB Award Race: The two most deserving MVP candidates

MVP
As we are one third of the way through the final month of the regular season, it is time to start taking a hard look at the MLB's MVP races.

AL West Heat Check: Could Adrian Beltre return for another season in Texas?

Adrian Beltre
AL West heat check: Will Adrian Beltre return for his 22nd season? Even with injury concerns creeping up on the third baseman, his recent hot streak shows he’s still effective.

AL West Heat Check: Time for the Astros to take it home

Astros
The Houston Astros are healthy, determined, and they can smell that AL West Championship. Are they ready for a September sprint to the postseason?

AL West Heat Check: Oakland A’s, AL West Champions?

Oakland A's
The Oakland A’s have surprised everyone with their surge up the AL West standings this season, but will they have enough in the tank?

Matt Chapman’s breakout year leading the way for Oakland

Matt Chapman
Matt Chapman exceeded his rookie limits in 2017, but 2018 marks his first full season as an Oakland A. Chapman has played a key role in Oakland's playoff run.

AL West Heat Check: L.A. Confidential—Changes Afoot in La-La Land

AL West
Drifting through a lost season, there’s intrigue in Los Angeles. What will the team look like next season? Will longtime manager Mike Scioscia return, and if he doesn’t, who will replace him?
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