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Three Facts: Washington Nationals

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Jim Bowden is still the GM of the Nats, for now. Rumor has it Tony LaCava could be the next man in line when/if the ink dries on Bowden's pink slip. The Nationals have quite the deck of...

Three Facts: Florida Marlins

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Dan Uggla signs autographs briskly. Speaking of Uggla, is it possible that Hanley Ramirez and himself combined for the best 2B/SS combo in the league? Well, here's the comparison to the other top...

Three Facts: Atlanta Braves

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Gone are the days of the Braves rotation when one knew who the front three would be. Derek Lowe, Javier Vazquez, and Jair Jurrijens aren't quite Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and John...

Three Facts: New York Mets

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Carlos Beltran is better than people know. Everyone knows he's one of the better defensive center fielders in the league, but did you know he's averaged a little over five wins...

Three Facts: Cleveland Indians

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14 players collected at least 100 plate appearances for the Indians in 2008. 13 had DNA that altered from that of Grady Sizemore. Combined, they accounted for 18.2 wins. Sizemore...

Three Facts: Chicago White Sox

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Alexei Ramirez is moving to short. With the limited defensive data we have, it doesn't suggest this will end well. It's possible that Ramirez is better than we think he was last year,...

Three Facts: Minnesota Twins

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Back when Delmon Young burst onto the scene he looked to be worth the hype. Now the only thing that's developed is the girth of his bust, and over the first two full seasons of his career he's been...

Three Facts: Detroit Tigers

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I'm trying to mix these things up (and get through them as quickly as possible). Let's take a look at three of the more interesting Detroit Tigers pitchers and their PitchF/x data using a graph...

Three Facts: Kansas City Royals

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Alex Gordon is better than people think. He's yet to reach superstar status, but Gordon's two seasons have been above average. Obviously you would hope for a little more, considering his draft...

Three Facts: Oakland Athletics

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Offense!  Billy Beane said he wanted to see what Jack Cust do with some "real hitters" around him, so naturally he went out and grabbed Matt Holliday and Jason Giambi. The...

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