2014 Milestone Watch: Pitchers

Tyler Carmont discussed the milestones some of the star hitters can reach in 2014 right here, but that does leave the pitching side of things. We may be years from anyone breaking any of the all-time records for wins, saves, strikeouts, saves and innings — if any of them are topped … ever. There isn’t anyone threatening 300 wins or 4,000 strikeouts, but there are plenty of candidates to reach 200 victories and 3,000 strikeouts, plus a slew of other benchmark numbers that can be achieved on the mound this…

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Who’s In, Who’s Out: NL West

The National League West division got a whole lot stronger when the Los Angeles Dodgers’ new ownership decided to push their cards all in and spend as much as necessary to win. It was a fairly busy offseason for the five clubs, but both the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants elected to use plenty of their resources on retaining some of their key pieces. The Arizona Diamondbacks made a series of interesting trades while the San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies made a couple interesting acquisitions of their own. Let’s…

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Who’s in, Who’s out: NL East

It wasn’t one of the busier divisions over the last several months, but the National League East still saw plenty of transactions. Each of the teams, with the exception of the Miami Marlins, acquired a solid rotation arm via free agency or trade. In an almost surprising move, the Marlins hung on to their core roster players and made some additions to help team in 2014 and beyond. Let’s take a look at what each team gained and lost over the winter in the NL’s Eastern Division. Atlanta Braves |…

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