Publish Date: 02/19/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Well, baseball is finally back! Pitchers, catchers, and some position players have reported to Spring Training and we are just over a month away from the 2018 season. Out of Left Field is just as excited as everyone else and we thought it was time to start breaking down each division team by team, beginning with the NL East – the division we ranked as weakest in the league. The Nats are going to win this division, but who are the other major players? And do the Mets have a shot at a Wild Cardslot? Listen in as Graham and I break that down; plus, what is the deal with Goose Gossage? And why is Esteban Loaiza suddenly a “former Yankees pitcher” after a drug bust when he only threw ten games for the Pinstripes? We’ll also get in to the sudden flurry of movement in free agency before Spring Training and talk about whether the MLBPA and their “Free Agent Spring Training” are helping or hurting g the guys without deals.
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