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The Braves are the defending NL East champions, but they have convinced few people with their offseason moves—or lack of—that they are going to repeat. Look around at the picks: Washington, Philadelphia, Atlanta, or some combination of the three that does not include Atlanta as No. 1. The Braves added a veteran bat, Josh Donaldson, but he gave no indication in spring training he was back to 2015-16 form. Ace Mike Foltynewicz and veteran Kevin Gausman are injured, and rookies Kyle Wright and Bryse Wilson have been thrust into the starting rotation. To the chagrin of fans, Atlanta will remain 17th in payroll in baseball, just as they were in 2018. If the kid pitchers do not perform it will be time to open the vault holding all the money from the organization’s real estate deals around Sun Trust Park. Team MVP: Freddie Freeman


Freeman, 29, has been the team MVP and will continue to be the ‘guy’ with above average defense and three consecutive seasons hitting over .300 (.302, .307, .309).…

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Expectations are at an all-time high in Milwaukee where the Brewers are looking to close the one-game back that stood between them and their first World Series appearance since 1982 last season. What's New When the Brewers convene later this week in Phoenix, they'll do so with largely the same group that finished just one game short of that goal a year ago.


That's by design; general manager David Stearns built this team around a core of young talent under team-control and that group appears to be hitting is prime. That doesn't mean that Stearns could sit idly by all winter, especially with the rest of the National League Central bolstering its collective roster to knock the Brewers' off their perch. For the second straight winter, Stearns stunned baseball observers by signing catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year, $18.25 million contract. The Brewers did part ways with two key contributors from last year's squad: third baseman Mike Moustakas came over in a surprisin…

Milwaukee brewers

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Expectations are at an all-time high in Milwaukee where the Brewers are looking to close the one-game back that stood between them and their first World Series appearance since 1982 last season. What's New When the Brewers convene later this week in Phoenix, they'll do so with largely the same group that finished just one game short of that goal a year ago.


That's by design; general manager David Stearns built this team around a core of young talent under team-control and that group appears to be hitting is prime. That doesn't mean that Stearns could sit idly by all winter, especially with the rest of the National League Central bolstering its collective roster to knock the Brewers' off their perch. For the second straight winter, Stearns stunned baseball observers by signing catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year, $18.25 million contract. The Brewers did part ways with two key contributors from last year's squad: third baseman Mike Moustakas came over in a surprisin…

Carolina Hurricanes

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Expectations are at an all-time high in Milwaukee where the Brewers are looking to close the one-game back that stood between them and their first World Series appearance since 1982 last season. What's New When the Brewers convene later this week in Phoenix, they'll do so with largely the same group that finished just one game short of that goal a year ago.


That's by design; general manager David Stearns built this team around a core of young talent under team-control and that group appears to be hitting is prime. That doesn't mean that Stearns could sit idly by all winter, especially with the rest of the National League Central bolstering its collective roster to knock the Brewers' off their perch. For the second straight winter, Stearns stunned baseball observers by signing catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year, $18.25 million contract. The Brewers did part ways with two key contributors from last year's squad: third baseman Mike Moustakas came over in a surprisin…

Columbus Blue Jackets

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Expectations are at an all-time high in Milwaukee where the Brewers are looking to close the one-game back that stood between them and their first World Series appearance since 1982 last season. What's New When the Brewers convene later this week in Phoenix, they'll do so with largely the same group that finished just one game short of that goal a year ago.


That's by design; general manager David Stearns built this team around a core of young talent under team-control and that group appears to be hitting is prime. That doesn't mean that Stearns could sit idly by all winter, especially with the rest of the National League Central bolstering its collective roster to knock the Brewers' off their perch. For the second straight winter, Stearns stunned baseball observers by signing catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year, $18.25 million contract. The Brewers did part ways with two key contributors from last year's squad: third baseman Mike Moustakas came over in a surprisin…

New Jersey Devils

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Expectations are at an all-time high in Milwaukee where the Brewers are looking to close the one-game back that stood between them and their first World Series appearance since 1982 last season. What's New When the Brewers convene later this week in Phoenix, they'll do so with largely the same group that finished just one game short of that goal a year ago.


That's by design; general manager David Stearns built this team around a core of young talent under team-control and that group appears to be hitting is prime. That doesn't mean that Stearns could sit idly by all winter, especially with the rest of the National League Central bolstering its collective roster to knock the Brewers' off their perch. For the second straight winter, Stearns stunned baseball observers by signing catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year, $18.25 million contract. The Brewers did part ways with two key contributors from last year's squad: third baseman Mike Moustakas came over in a surprisin…