Found December 30, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
2012 was one of the better years for baseball in recent memory. Partially because the Giants won the World Series (HOMER~!) but also because we saw overall revenue up due to fantastic TV contracts, we saw the ascension to greatness of some of the best young players the game has seen in at least a decade, if not more, and we also saw the addition of the one-game Wild Card playoff. Okay, that last one actually sucked, but hey! We need more teams in the playoffs and all that. So to celebrate this great year, I've come up with something for each team in baseball that I liked in 2012.  Arizona Diamondbacks: I liked that Aaron Hill had such a fantastic comeback year, with the major highlight being his two cycles. He found the stroke that made him one of the elite second basemen in all of baseball a few years back and is majorly affordable for a team that seemingly is on the cusp every year. Atlanta Braves: I liked that Jason Heyward made his comeback as well, showing that the ...
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