Regardless of any MLB team's success or failures, there are always certain adjustments that each team can make to get better or remain successful. After the month of April, whether your favorite team is winning its division or is trapped in the cellar, making adjustments for the future is part of the game of baseball. Here are power rankings of each MLB team after April, with one adjustment each team needs to make as we enter the second month of the season. Begin Slideshow
1. Josh Beckett Josh Beckett has been a fantastic pitcher for the Boston Red Sox since joining the team in 2006. Unfortunately, he’s also been somewhat of an enigma. He has almost ritualistically followed up a stellar season with a lackluster one (often due to injury). Since his first season in Boston, his stats have resembled a typical roller-coaster ride: 2006: 16-11, 5.01 ERA 2007: 20-7, 3.27 ERA 2008: 12-10, 4.03 ERA 2009: 17-6, 3.86 ERA 2010: 6-6, 5.78 ERA 2011: 13-7, 2.89 ERA So in 2012, will Beckett have another 17- to 20-win season? Or regress and have one of his notorious off years? Only time will tell, but he has been a staple for this Red Sox rotation for a long time, and it’s safe to say he’ll be one the Red Sox’s top starters next season. Beckett also made an effort to address last season’s issues of ...
Although it is much more uncommon to see tattooed athletes in Major League Baseball when compared with the NBA or the NFL, there are still a number of players who sport the ink. From players covered in body art, such as Ryan Roberts of the Arizona Diamondbacks, to the players who are a bit more tame with their tats, I'll compose a team of these players if they played on the same team. Position by position, this is what the tatted team would look like:Begin Slideshow