Editor Erica R. Hendry firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mariners are highly represented on this Who's Hot blog, with three different Seattle players putting their names up. Another player is on a 16 game hitting streak.
Two incredible performances highlight Top Performers, while Historical Individual Seasons goes back to 1954.
The Cardinals tied an all-time record, one pitcher gave up 12 runs, and a player tallied eight total bases in his game.
In this installment of Who's Hot, a pair of Nationals are mentioned while one pitcher is absolutely dominating.
Two incredible pitching performances were turned in, while two other pitchers may have been lost for the season.
Historical Individual Seasons goes back to 1965, while the Angels finally found what they were looking for when they traded away Kendrys Morales in the offseason.
Historical Individual Seasons travels 50 years back to 1963, while a Mariner extended his hitting streak to 16 games. One contending team lost its catcher for six weeks.
In this week's Who's Hot, one guy hit five homers in four games, while a National made the list.
Historical Individual Seasons goes back 137 years to the National League's inaugural season, while one pitcher fired a one hit shutout and another struck out 17.
In this second addition of "Who's Hot", some unexpected faces appear. We also preview the MVP's, Cy Youngs, and Rookies of the Year. The Braves took two of the six awards.
It's a wide open division. Any team, except the Mets, has...
2012 Baseball Season Preview
It's hard to tell because of all the injuries. Howard, ...
Spring Training: 3/18
Guthrie ended up being much better than expected. He was ...
Hot Stove: 2/7
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