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The NL Central Race is Ridiculously Tight

Heading into the final 10 weeks of the 2019 Major League Baseball regular season, the division leader has a minimum lead of five and a half games in every division except one. The exception is the National League Central, where it is extremely competitive at the moment. All five teams are currently within four and […]

Top MLB Trade Candidates

A few things are synonymous with the month of July for baseball fans. Obviously, a big draw (for some) is the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game, but what captivates just about everyone is the trade deadline. At this time of the season, trades can have a huge impact on how the rest of the […]

Major League Baseball Projections Update

With the All-Star Game come and gone, the official second half of the season starts today (except for the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers who played last night). The Detroit Tigers had a rough first half as they went 28-57 and have the second worst record in baseball, ahead of only the Baltimore Orioles, who […]

Shane Bieber Wins the All-Star Game MVP Award

A starting pitcher for the Cleveland Indians was named the most valuable player of the 90th Major League Baseball All-Star Game from Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH on Tuesday. After throwing a perfect fifth inning with three strikeouts, Shane Bieber of Orange, CA received the honor. Bieber threw 19 pitches in the fifth inning of […]

Top MLB Turn-arounds in 2019

Regardless of preseason expectations, just about every MLB club is fighting for a chance to punch a ticket to the playoffs. While the regular season hasn’t even reached Memorial Day yet, a handful of teams have already done a number on their 2019 playoff odds — both the good and the bad kind. Prior to […]

Can the Blues Re-Write the Past Against the Sharks?

The St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks will battle to find out who will punch their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final. In addition to that incredible opportunity, the Blues’ matchup against the Sharks also represents a chance to bury some of their nightmares of old. The Blues have a colorful history against the […]

An Overview on Sports Gambling in the U.S.

The sports betting industry in the United States alone generates billions of dollars in revenue every month. It has become a big part of the overall gambling industry that includes horse racing, poker, real money slots and casino table games. When you throw in how much money is also spent on lottery tickets and other […]

Where Will the Top Free Agents End Up?

How close are we to baseball season? Now that the holidays are officially in the rearview mirror, we can say baseball will be played “this year” instead of “next year.” That’s exciting stuff, but it’s likely not as exciting for the incredible number of big leaguers still looking to score a contract for 2019 and […]

The Top 10 Players for May

We’ve reached that magical part of the MLB regular season schedule, you guys.Yes, there are still four months of play left before October hits. However, with two months officially in the books and Memorial Day in the rearview mirror, sample sizes are big enough to actually start drawing concrete conclusions from. We’ve also reached an […]

Pittsburgh Pirates Acquire Aramis Ramirez Before Three-Game Set With Division-Leading Washington Nationals

The Pittsburgh Pirates made one of the first big splashes of trade season, acquiring third baseman Aramis Ramirez from the division rival Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for minor league pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. This will help keep them afloat while Jordy Mercer and Josh Harrison are both out with injuries, as Pittsburgh desperately needed an infielder […]

Pittsburgh Pirates Look To Continue Playoff Push Into July

At the start of the 2015 MLB season, the Pittsburgh Pirates had hopes of making the MLB playoffs for the third year in a row. Entering a huge July, they appear poised to do that — and more. Sitting in second place in the NL Central, a feisty Pirates squad is just eight games back […]

Pirates Impressive Play Entering June Attracting Noise on Ticket Market

The Pittsburgh Pirates have done well to hang around in the NL Central in 2015, despite the St. Louis Cardinals looking like they could run away with the division at any point. Pittsburgh has stormed back after a somewhat slow start, however, as they’ve won eight of their last ten games and are finally getting […]

Basement Ticket Prices for Pirates Trip to Miller Park

A year ago the Pittsburgh Pirates enjoyed a solid 88-win season and barely missed out on the playoffs. In their opening series, they didn’t exactly look like a team that was ready to get back to postseason play. The Pirates have more than enough time to shake off their slow start and make a serious […]

Pirates Opening Day Tickets in Cincinnati Going For As Low as $62 on Secondary Market

The Pittsburgh Pirates can do something in 2015 that fans probably would have thought to be impossible just five years ago – make the playoffs for the third year in a row. After a staggering 20-year absence from post-season play, the Pirates have won at least 88 games in each of the past two seasons […]

Tigers, Brewers, Cubs Highlight Top Games in April for Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates proved their recent success wasn’t just a blip on the radar. After back-to-back playoff appearances in 2013 and 2014, the Pirates seem content on being on the winning side of things and plan to keep it that way for 2015. Following the play of franchise cornerstone Andrew McCutchen, the Pirates want to […]

Pirates quest for three straight playoff seasons starts in two months

The Pittsburgh Pirates continue to be on the rise after back-to-back playoff appearances in 2013 and 2014. The Pirates finished second in the National League Central Division and claimed a Wild Card spot, before losing to the eventual World Series champion San Francisco Giants, ending their postseason. But positivity is in the air, as the […]

Spring Training ticket preview for Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates ran into a buzz saw at the very end of last season, hosting the San Francisco Giants in the Wild Card play-in game at PNC Park. Unfortunately, toeing the rubber that evening was Madison Bumgarner who went on to pitch a historic postseason, bringing home the World Series Trophy to the Bay […]

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