The 2019 MLB season is here. Anything is possible, from shock MVP winners and surprise Cy Young conteders to ludicrous stolen base totals.
MLB Opening Day is a landmark on every baseball fan’s calendar. There’s the fresh hope of the new campaign and the knowledge that baseball is back in our lives for over six months.
San Francisco Giants appointed Farhan Zaidi this offseason as they look to change their approach. A roster of players in decline makes a difficult 2019 probable.
Cincinnati Reds have been among the most active teams this winter, adding Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, Matt Kemp and several others.
A very solid lineup with some breakout potential, and a reliable pitching staff bolstered by some neat additions should see them in the hunt for division title right to the end of the season.
Colorado Rockies dramatically won the wildcard game last season, but they were thoroughly outplayed by the Brewers in the Division Series.
Atlanta Braves have gone under the radar this offseason despite winning the division in 2018. With one of the league’s best farms still, Atlanta are ready to compete for the next five years and beyond.
The Dodgers represented the National League in the World Series in 2017 and 2018. Losses to the Astros and Red Sox were painful for Dave Roberts and co., but they are many people’s favourite to feature in the Fall Classic once again.
Los Angeles Angels centre fielder Mike Trout has agreed to a new 12-year, $430 million contract to stay in California, per Jeff Passan.
Milwaukee Brewers were one victory from the World Series in 2018. They will be confident of returning to the playoffs this year.