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This is another really interesting division. It’s top heavy with two good teams in the Angels and the Mariners. Thanks to Mike Trout’s MVP numbers, a resurgent Albert Pujols, and a lights out bullpen, the Angels cruised to an MLB-best … Continue reading
Today we made the drive from St. Louis to Kansas City to make our first visit to Kauffman Stadium. One member of our family was fighting an upset stomach this morning, so we got a later jump than we hoped. … Continue reading
Injuries have already impacted several of these clubs right out of the gate. Both the Rangers and Angels were already a bit suspect in this department heading into the season. And now, just a week or so in, both clubs … Continue reading
It’s been a few weeks since I picked up my MLB Predictions. (A major school project and moving to a new house has occupied a lot of my time lately.) But I want to pick up here with the AL … Continue reading
I was preparing to write my AL West preview when the tornadoes moved through this area on April 27. Afterward, a variety of factors kept me from writing the review: no power, disaster relief, lack of motivation. Now that it’s … Continue reading