MLBTR Polls: Washington Nationals’ Recent Additions

MLBTR Polls: Washington Nationals’ Recent Additions The defending champion Washington Nationals began their offseason in a holding pattern, awaiting the fates of two of their brightest stars: Anthony Rendon and Stephen Strasburg. What shook out couldn’t have been more on-brand for the pitching-focused Nats. Strasburg re-upped with the only professional organization he’s known, while Rendon…

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Arbitration Breakdown: Josh Bell

Arbitration Breakdown: Josh Bell Over the coming days, I am discussing some of the higher profile upcoming arbitration cases. I rely partly on my arbitration model developed exclusively for MLB Trade Rumors, but will also break out some interesting comparables and determine where the model might be wrong. 2020 projections are available right here. Josh…

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Carlos Correa: Sign-stealing probe doesn’t taint Astros’ title

Carlos Correa: Sign-stealing probe doesn’t taint Astros’ title Carlos Correa became the first current Astros player to provide in-depth comments about the electronic sign-stealing allegations surrounding the team. The World Series-winning shortstop seemed to feel a bit betrayed that his former teammate, Mike Fiers, helped blow the lid on the scandal that broke in November.…

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Change of logo

Change of logo After a bit more than five years, Dutch Baseball Hangout has changed the logo. The logos of MLB, KNBSB, MiLB, and NPB have disappeared to emphasize the independence of this blog. The new logo still contains the World Baseball Classic NL logo of the Dutch national team to emphasize the Dutch roots…

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