2015 MLB Hall of Fame Class

Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio will headline the 2015 MLB Hall of Fame class.

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AL West Preview

Mike Trout has finished second in MVP voting the past two seasons. He hopes to change that in 2014 and lead the Angels back to the post season.

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Houston Astros unveil new uniforms

Not only are the Houston Astros moving to the American League West, they are also changing up their look. The Astros have unveiled new uniforms for the 2013 season.  Its a modern take on the retro Astros look.

Jose Altuve

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The Astros new look is exactly what you want in a new uniform.  An improvement on the most recent look while keeping true to what you expect to see in a franchise.  What are your thoughts on the new Astros uniforms?

2012 MLB All Star Snub Team

C – A.J. Pierzynski, Chicago White Sox (.286 avg, 16 hrs, 49 rbis)

The backstop for the squad has had a solid year on the South Side. Pierzynski has the most home runs and runs batted in of any catcher in the game this season. He also calls great games for a very good pitching staff.

Pierzynski leads all catchers in homers and rbi’s.

1B- Adam LaRoche, Washington Nationals (.252 avg, 15 hrs, 53 rbi’s)

After bouncing around the last few years, LaRoche has found a home in D.C. He is tied for fourth in rbi’s and 3rd in home runs at his position and has played a very good defensive first base. His offensive production is part of the reason the Nationals will be leading the NL East at the break.

LaRoche’s production has really helped the first place Nationals.

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Cain Is Able

Matt Cain made Giants history Wednesday night. He became the first Giants pitcher to throw a perfect game as he baffled the Astros hitters all night. Cain struck out 14 batters on 125 pitches to pick up his 8th win of the season. With Tim Lincecum struggling this season, Cain has made his case as the new Giants ace. The last Giant to thrown a no-hitter was Jonathan Sanchez against the San Diego Padres on July 10, 2009. Cain’s gem was the 22nd perfect game in MLB history.

Cain struck out 14 Astros in his gem.

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