What We Learned After Just One Exciting Opening Week of the MLB Season

What We Learned After Just One Exciting Opening Week of the MLB Season

We’re a week into the 2015 MLB season so it’s just about time for a bunch of unfounded generalizations about teams who have only played a handful of games.

Anyway, here we go – what we know about the 2015 baseball season after just one week:

By Peter Zampa – Lead MLB Writer – @pzamp

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A-Rod Doesn’t Need Steroids – Yet

The Yankees slugger hit two doubles and one homer to produce six RBIs in his first week, not bad for an 80-year-old used to doping.

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