Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 3/5/15

Major League Baseball's regular season is inching closer, and our content yesterday was certainly baseball-focused. Here's what you missed.

Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on yesterday? Don't worry -- here's what you missed.

Burning Questions: Who Will Make the 2015 MLB Playoffs and Win the World Series?
The numberFire baseball writers got together to give their playoff and World Series predictions. Do you agree?

2015 National League Central Preview: The Powerhouse, Second Fiddle and New Gun
Can the Pirates finally win the NL Central, or is this still St. Louis' division? Ryan Heffernon analyzes the situation.

2015 American League East Preview: 2013 All Over Again?
The Red Sox went out and made some big offseason moves, but will it be enough to win the AL East? Daniel Lindsey takes a look.

2015 Fantasy Baseball First Base Rankings: It's Where the Bashers Call Home
Is Paul Goldschmidt the best first baseman in fantasy baseball this year? Yes, yes he is. John Stolnis reveals the top 10 at the position.

Jumping the Shark: Matt Cassel to the Bills Is a Bad Rerun
Is Matt Cassel a legitimate option for the Bills at quarterback? Joe Redemann looks at Buffalo's signal-calling situation.

2015 Fantasy Baseball Second Base Rankings: Altuve on Top
AJ Weinberg digs in and analyzes numberFire's top-10 second basemen for 2015. And yes, as the title implies, Jose Altuve is the number-one option at the position.

He Did What?: Taking a Look at Russell Westbrook's Historic Run
Russell Westbrook hasn't just been great recently. He's been historic. Jeremy Rucker puts it into perspective with a look at Westbrook's insane run.

Just How Historic Was Anthony Davis' Game Against the Pistons?
Two nights ago, Anthony Davis went nuts with a truly historic stat line. Daniel Lindsey shows us just how rare his numbers were.

Predicting Running Back Turnover in the NFL: Should We Have Seen the LeSean McCoy Trade Coming?
The LeSean McCoy trade to Buffalo seemingly came out of nowhere, but as Joseph Juan shows, we probably should have been more aware of this potentially happening.