We have another new writer joining BaseballGB for the 2015. Mark is a Tampa Bay Rays fan and will be blogging about the team during the season ahead.
Regular columns, news and views on Major League Baseball all year long: Spring Training to the World Series and back again!
With the first game of the 2015 season almost upon us, the pressure is on for the Boston Red Sox to make an impact and to make any last minute changes
Spring Training game results aren’t the issue, a good win-loss record in the Cactus or Grapefruit League doesn’t amount to much, it’s the ever-present fear of injury that can be so cruel
Looking at the new ‘pace of game’ rules and proposing a hitter’s right to be able to spend time thinking about his at-bat (and spitting on his gloves)
In 2015 MLB.com will be offering the same two subscription levels that we’ve come to expect in recent years
After the Oakland A’s added another two new players to their roster over the past weekend, it’s difficult not to spend some time considering what General Manager Billy Beane has done this offseason
The Baltimore Orioles won the AL East at a canter in 2014, but it will not be nearly so easy to hold onto the crown in 2015
The Kansas City Royals were the surprise story of the 2014 season. Can they back it up in 2015 or are there other AL Central teams ready to make a leap towards the play-offs?
The AL West is yet another division where the reigning champions have been quiet so far this off-season. The LA Angels have only completed a few minor deals (bringing in Matt Joyce, acquiring young pitcher Andrew Heaney) and, with significant commitments to the likes of Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton already on the books, their […]
Where in the NL West and Central we saw teams grabbing headlines trying to get back into contention, in the East you can’t start anywhere else than looking at a team that has done precious little this offseason