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Identifying players who seem primed for future success is a point of pride for our MLB Pipeline team, much like it is for every Major League organization. Looking at last year’s list, nine of the 30 players we identified as breakout candidates now rank among MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 prospects, and there are four players
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Though the Hot Stove has been rather quiet so far (with a few exceptions from the Mets and Padres), there’s no question that eventually something will happen, and the rosters of your favorite team will shuffle and reorganize faster than you realize. That 2015 Royals team, the one that won the World Series? There are
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Comerica Park is big enough all around that there are no cheap home runs. But that massive outfield makes it all the more majestic when sluggers crush tape-measure homers, making this ballpark somehow look small. Simply hitting the shrubs in straightaway center field used to be a big enough deal Comerica Park is big enough
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In the spirit of making resolutions and setting goals for 2021, MLB.com’s beat reporters recently selected the one player from each team who is most thankful for the new year. Whether it was a matter of struggling with injuries in 2020 or simply having a down year in the abbreviated 60-game season, the players below
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The Tigers are finalizing a two-year, $10 million deal with outfielder Robbie Grossman, a source told MLB.com’s Jason Beck. Detroit has not announced that a contract is pending or completed. Grossman, 31, is coming off the three best seasons of his career, including a 2020 campaign that saw him slash The Tigers are finalizing a
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The playoffs are now underway in several offseason leagues, and it hasn’t taken long for some prospects to make an impact. In the Dominican Republic, Gigantes del Cibao are one win away from advancing to the LIDOM finals after taking a 3-0 lead over Estrellas de Oriente in the best-of-seven The playoffs are now underway
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There was a lot we’d like to forget about 2020, which also happened to feature the shortest and strangest Major League season we’ll probably ever see. But ascendant talents such as Luis Robert, Cristian Pache and Ke’Bryan Hayes will remember the year more fondly as the one in which they made their big league debuts.
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The holiday gift-shopping is over, and the post-Christmas sales at stores are just about wrapping up. By contrast, the Tigers’ Hot Stove shopping season is just getting started. As the calendar flips to 2021, Detroit still has a ton of work to do to fill out its roster and address The holiday gift-shopping is over,
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The purpose of a farm system is to develop talent for its parent club, whether it be directly with young players or indirectly with trades. This year, however, that simple objective was complicated by the pandemic, which resulted in a lost Minor League season, a shortened Major League schedule and a five-round Draft. As a
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