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Jets May Have Won, But There’s Much To Address

I watched the Bills-Jets game on Tuesday, and I must say, it was a very good, close matchup. But that’s the thing: Should it have been? These aren’t the same Bills that were trying to shock the world in the … Continue reading

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Papelbon to the Phillies is… um… interesting, but…

Last week, Jonathan Papelbon signed a four-year, $50 million deal (with the potential to earn another $10 million on a vested option, as well) with the Philadelphia Phillies. Let me first say that this was needed, for both the Red Sox … Continue reading

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AL East Free Agents: Who To Keep And Who To Let Go?

Last but certainly not least, we have the AL East. As of this post, the Yankees already resigned C.C. Sabathia to a new 5-year/$122 million contract with an option for 2017. In addition, they picked up their club options on both Robinson … Continue reading

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NL East Free Agents: Who To Keep And Who To Let Go?

Jose Reyes – Reyes had the season of his career, taking the NL batting crown. He had a career-high .337 batting average with 39 stolen bases, 101 runs scored, and 44 RBIs. He also was #1 in triples with 16, … Continue reading

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