Tag Archives: AL East

Brandon Workman’s Unsuspected Rise

Jamie Gatlin \ Aug 14th, 2019 

Entering this season Brandon Workman’s future in Boston was uncertain. The righty had no options remaining and struggled in the second half and postseason last year. In 2019 however, he has not only proved his critics wrong but been the Red Sox best reliever. As the Red Sox have struggled mightily Workman has seemingly put it all together in his fifth major league season. Continue reading

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Darwinzon Hernandez Excelling In Red Sox Bullpen

Jamie Gatlin \ Aug 7th, 2019

So far this season the Red Sox bullpen has been a constant source of frustration. Their performance has been magnified of late as the Sox are currently six and a half games out of a wild card spot. While the relief group has been inconsistent so far, Darwinzon Hernandez is emerging as a key piece. The Sox lefthander has been dominate of late in his second major league stint. As the defending champs look to climb back into the playoff picture he will be an important piece of the puzzle. Continue reading

Team Grades: American League East

John Supowitz | July 8th, 2019

New York Yankees 57-30, 1st place +7.5 GB

Positives:

The offense is what held the team together. You would expect without Didi Gregorius to start the season, followed by Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Miguel Andujar, all on the IL, players like Gio Urshela, Cameron Maybin, and Clint Frazier all stepped up. The team had set a new record for consecutive games with a home run with 31. They have three hitters selected to the All-Star Game (Gary Sanchez, DJ LeMahieu, Gleyber Torres) and five total players (Aroldis Chapman, Masahiro Tanaka).

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The Worst Contracts In MLB History: AL East

John Supowitz | June 12th, 2019

Every team has signed contracts they regret. Some turned out badly because of injury, others due to lack of production. Either way, here are the worst contracts for the teams in the American League East. Stay tuned for the rest of Major League Baseball, division by division.

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Toronto Blue Jays Team Preview

John Lepore | February 16th, 2019

The Toronto Blue Jays are rebuilding. There’s no secret about that. They are in a tough division with the big boys in New York and Boston. There’s no secret about that either. Let’s take a look at what we will see on the field this year from the team up north because the secret to success lies partly in the kids on their way to the Rogers Centre.

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