When you look back upon the long history of strikeout artists in MLB history, a few names pop up a lot. Guys like Nolan Ryan, Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax, Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez, Steve Carlton, and many more. But the one man who always seems to be glossed over in conversation is none other than... Continue Reading →
The Washington Nationals have landed Patrick Corbin, the best free agent starting pitcher on the open market.
The MLB 2018 Season is just 4 days away, and I can't wait to finally sit down and watch baseball again. To prepare, here’s part two of three in introducing my 2018 MLB Power Rankings headed into the new season.
After months of back and forth, speculation, and seemingly-endless waiting, the Red Sox and JD Martinez have finally reached a deal.
The finalists for the National League MVP are all more than deserving of the award, but who, exactly, is the MOST Valuable player to his team and its success?
It's never too early to begin MVP Speculation, and this season is no different. Despite Mike Trout winning the AL version of the award last season, I'm going to try and stay with some more realistic choices for the award because even though the Angels were fucking pitiful last year, per usual, Mike Trout was... Continue Reading →
The NL West, a division dominated by the Giants and the Dodgers, has some new faces up top right now. The Diamondbacks under first year manager Torey Lovullo have started off 17-12 and have 6 everyday players hitting over .300 right now, lead by AJ Pollock and Paul Goldschmidt. Zack Grienke looks a lot better... Continue Reading →