MLB: Off-Season Team Transacation Tracker

The 2018 Major League Baseball off-season is well underway and for those teams looking to make the leap, reload and improve their club, the time is now. Unfiltered Access has a look at all of the major transactions across the league. Arizona Diamondbacks 12/6/18 – Acquired C Carson Kelly, RHP Luke Weaver, Minor League 2B Andy…

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MLB: Breaking down Jean Segura to the Phillies

An all-star shortstop is heading to Philadelphia and it isn’t the man that many have speculated. The well-traveled @Jeansegura02 has a new home. pic.twitter.com/06S6K10YdW — MLB (@MLB) December 4, 2018 The Seattle Mariners traded Jean Segura, James Pazos, and Juan Nicasio on Monday to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for Carlos Santana and J.P. Crawford. The…

MLB: Patrick Corbin Signs with the Washington Nationals

The top pitcher on the free-agent market has signed. Patrick Corbin agreed to a 6-year deal worth upwards of $140 million with the Washington Nationals on Tuesday. The deal comes after an off-season of speculation that Corbin was destined to land either with the Philadelphia Phillies or the New York Yankees. With Patrick Corbin signing…

MLB: Reaction and Analysis of Cano to the Mets

A former perennial MVP candidate is headed back to the city where his career began.   Robinson Cano has been traded from the Seattle Mariners organization to the New York Mets in a blockbuster deal, according to multiple sources. Cano is the latest big-name deal for the team in what has been an off-season of…

MLB: Yankees Trade for James Paxton

On Monday afternoon, the New York Yankees bolstered their rotation by acquiring Seattle Mariners left-hander James Paxton. Paxton is coming off a season in which he went 11-6 with a 3.76 earn run average with 208 strikeouts and a WHIP of 1.098. On May 9, Paxton threw the sixth no-hitter in Mariners history in his…

MLB: Top 10 Free Agents

The MLB season is over, but the fun is just starting with some of the biggest names set to hit the market this winter.

MLB: Breaking Down the 2018 World Series

The Red Sox are the prohibitive favorites just based on their regular season record. However, the Dodgers are capable of beating them. Let’s look into the numbers to see which team will really win the World Series.