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Meet the Sellers: Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles, yet again, sit at the bottom of the competitive AL East division. Going into July 23rd, the Orioles are the only sub .500 team in that division. They have an abysmal 31-64 record, sitting 27 games back of the division-leading Boston Red Sox. The Orioles are clear sellers but could be in…

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Meet the Sellers: Texas Rangers

You just saw how bad the Texas Rangers are. Woof! They sit at the bottom of the AL West, 20 games back of the division-leading Houston Astros. The Rangers have a record of 35-58 and need to sell off pieces. 

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Meet the Sellers: Chicago Cubs

When news broke saying the Cubs would become sellers this morning, I had to pause my AL “Meet the Sellers” writing and go back to the NL. This comes on the heels of a 1-9 record over their last 10 games.

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Meet the Sellers: Minnesota Twins

After a successful 2020 shortened season, it is surprising to see the Minnesota Twins in a seller’s article in 2021. The Twins went 36-24 in 2020, finishing atop the AL Central. In 2021, the team has done a complete 180 and have found themselves near the bottom of the division. They are 12.5 games back…

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Meet The Sellers: Washington Nationals

Just two seasons ago, the Washington Nationals finished the regular season 93-69 and won their first-ever World Series. Now, the Nationals might to be on the verge of selling some key players. Through 73 games, the Nationals are 36-37, good for second in the NL East. They only sit four games back of the NL…

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Meet the Sellers: Arizona Diamondbacks

Over the course of May and June, the Arizona Diamondbacks have been one of the most putrid baseball teams in history. They had lost 23 straight games on the road at one point, an MLB all-time high. They finished the month of May with a record of 5-24. This also set a new MLB record…