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James Poellnitz

Citizen based in Chicago Ridge, IL, United States. Joined on Jan 17, 2016

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Op-Ed: Yankees Miller should keep closers role upon Chapman's return

Baseball's most feared pitcher returns tonight. Aroldis Chapman, fresh off a 30-game suspension for an offseason domestic violence incident, is eligible to make his season debut tonight when the New York Yankees welcome the Kansas City Royals.

Op-Ed: Contender or pretender — Tampa Bay Rays

Over the next couple of weeks I will be taking a look at the teams around baseball who entered the offseason with the goal to be a contender in 2016 and judge as to whether they did enough to belong in that conversation moving forward.

Op-Ed: Contender or pretender — Seattle Mariners

Over the next couple of weeks I will be taking a look at the teams around baseball who entered the offseason with the goal to be a contender in 2016 and judge as to whether they did enough to belong in that conversation moving forward.

Op-Ed: Spring storylines — Red Sox can't win without Ramirez, Sandoval

There are many people jumping on the Boston Red Sox bandwagon for 2016 after some impressive moves in the offseason. But the success of this team rests on the shoulders of two players who were acquired last season.

Op-Ed: Many productive MLB free agents remain

Here we are, in the middle of February and the list of available MLB free agents still holds players who can make a difference. We have former All-Stars, Gold Glove winners and even a former MVP still sitting in the unemployment line.

Op-Ed: MLB Free agent profile: SS Ian Desmond

Ian Desmond entered the offseason as the top free agent shortstop on the market. To the surprise of many, he still remains unsigned despite so many teams that finished the season with a need for the position.

Op-Ed: Dodgers Ethier an alternative option for teams looking at Fowler

The free agent outfield market has progressed slowly this offseason. As a result, many players have been left unsigned and potential trade candidates remain with their respective teams.
 

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