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25 best MLB players under 25

The MLB youth movement continues, and the future of the game looks very bright. With superstars emerging ever younger in the game, there's no shortage of youngsters making an impact right away.Here are the 25 best MLB players under the age of 25 entering the 2018 season.
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Bulked-up Benintendi eyes big year for Sox

Andrew Benintendi arrived at Spring Training on Monday with much less hair, but more of the rest of him.
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10 days ago

Roster Recap: A Good Start For Andrew Benintendi

It’s crazy to me that Andrew Benintendi was the rookie of the year runner-up and there are still people out there complaining about his underwhelming season. After a minor league career that only lasted 150 games  – roughly one Triple-A season – Benintendi spent the majority of his first full season in the majors hitting either second or third in the order. He’s probably the most...
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November 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Roster Recap: A Promising Start for Andrew Benintendi

It’s crazy to me that Andrew Benintendi was the Rookie of the Year runner-up and there are still people out there complaining about his underwhelming season. After a minor league career that only lasted 150 games  – roughly the equivalent of one Triple-A season – Benintendi spent the majority of his first full season in the majors hitting either second or third in the order. He’s...
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November 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Verlander surrenders HR in first career relief appearance

Nursing a 2-1 lead in both the series and Game 4 on Monday, the Houston Astros turned to Game 1 starter Justin Verlander, who was pitching in an unfamiliar role. The appearance did not go well.The first hitter Verlander faced — Andrew Benintendi — slugged a two-run home run to put the Red Sox on top. Certainly, the decision of manager A.J. Hinch will be questioned. Going to Verlander...
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October 09, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: The Boston Red Sox Fall 7-3 to the Cleveland Indians | Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi Stay Hot

The dynamic rookies Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi continued to swing big bats and hit big knocks tonight for the Boston Red Sox. Benintendi cracked a solo job, his 17th, in the third. And Devers blasted his fifth and sixth home runs, one over the green monster in the second and another solo shot to right in the fourth to tie the game 3-3. . . . But in the end it wouldn't be enough.  
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August 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Another First For Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi had his first career walk off hit a week ago, and it was perfect. It was just like all the other positive things he does, which are also perfect. It can’t be hyperbole when it’s factually correct. Because #TimelyContent rules the internet, I’ll use this opportunity to open a bunch more tabs, stare blankly at a lot of tables, and make assumptions. The following are...
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June 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Seven most impressive young cornerstone players in MLB today

The future of baseball is already in front of us.This isn’t in reference to a timeline. The players who represent the future of Major League Baseball are playing in front of us as you read this article.Some are nearing free agency, while others were so special their organizations paid top dollar to make sure they feel cozy and comfy at home for the foreseeable future.The following...
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April 21, 2017  |  Discuss

MLB prospects we're most excited to see in 2017

 The 2017 MLB season is officially underway with all the familiar faces taking the field. But one of the great things about baseball is tracking the prospects looking to carve out their roles in the big leagues. Is this the year Byron Buxton lives up to his potential? When will the Dodgers call pitching phenom Julio Urias back up to the big club? Will J.P. Crawford make his MLB debut...
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April 03, 2017  |  Discuss

The top 10 MLB left fielders headed into spring training 2017

While not having the proven depth of many other positions, there are still a number of dangerous bats that lineup in left field. All but one player that checks in on this top 10 list hit at least 20 home runs, and five connected for 30. That is a potent collection of power, especially considering that this is far from a one-trick pony position. It is also an area that is home to...
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February 28, 2017  |  Discuss
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