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Episode One of Comic Relievers, the official baseball podcast of WTP Sports
For as long as I can remember, in all of my 21 years, I’ve been a baseball player.
Just three days away from Opening Day 2018, I release my top MLB teams
The MLB 2018 Season is just 4 days away, and I can’t wait to finally sit down and watch baseball again. To prepare, here’s part two of three in introducing my 2018 MLB Power Rankings headed into the new season.
As we approach just under a week until the start of the 2018 Major League Baseball season, this is part one of three, of my listing of teams from worst to best, 30-21.
Bob Nightengale first reported that Ichiro and the Mariners are close to an agreement on the one year deal. Obviously this deal is more than just a homecoming, with Ben Gamel going down with an injury, the 44 year old Suzuki gives the Mariners a left-handed outfielder with a consistent bat, at least until Gamel returns healthy.
J.D. Martinez will officially be in a Red Sox uniform for the 2018 season. That being said, along with the signing of Eduardo Nuñez a few days prior, the Red Sox now have an abundance of lineup options.
Throughout this dreadful, and incredibly boring, MLB offseason, the New York Yankees have been the most discussed team by far. Two mammoths, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, are set to be in the same lineup this coming season, crazy right?
Andrew McCutchen is on the move. The 5x All-Star is headed to San Fran to join a Giants roster that has already added a former All Star, Evan Longoria, to their lineup already this offseason.