2018 Season Recap: Team News, Analysis, History, Schedule

Boston Red Sox 2018 Season Recap
Josh Greenberg - Nov 20, 2018

We all know how it ended. There isn’t much to say that hasn’t already been said, but perhaps it’s all worth saying again. The Boston Red Sox, for the fourth time in the past decade, are World Series champions. From start to finish, this Red Sox team dominated opponents, scoring run after run in every […]

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Starling Marte
Marlins Keep the Services of Starling Marte
Andrew Brown - Oct 30, 2020

Marte Continues on in Miami The first big offseason domino officially fell in South Florida. The Miami Marlins have officially brought back the services of Starling Marte. Recently the 32-year old veteran was acquired by Miami in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks for three pitchers in Caleb Smith, Humberto Mejia, and Julio Frias. On […]

Zack Britton
Yankees Exercise Zack Britton Option, Decline Others

The New York Yankees have exercised their option on relief pitcher Zack Britton, Thursday, keeping him on the team through 2022. Additionally, they have declined options on outfielder Brett Gardner and starting pitcher J.A. Happ. The moves were reported by the Associated Press Thursday night and confirmed by the Yankees PR twitter account Friday morning. […]

Tony La Russa
Chicago White Sox Hire Tony La Russa

The Chicago White Sox have hired a new manager for 2020. They have brought Tony La Russa out of retirement to serve as skipper. The team relieved manager Rick Renteria after exiting the playoffs. The White Sox announced the move Thursday afternoon. Tony La Russa, a member of baseball’s Hall of Fame, the third-winningest manager […]

Indians Decline 2021 Option on Brad Hand

Brad Hand Likely to Find a New Home for 2021 Season Thursday, the Cleveland Indians officially declined the 2021 option on reliever Brad Hand. First with the news was Zack Meisel on Twitter. The Indians have placed Brad Hand on outright waivers with the intention of declining his $10 million club option if he goes […]

Michael Brantley
Michael Brantley could improve Blue Jays outfield depth

The Houston Astros may lose their starting outfield of George Springer, Michael Brantley, and Josh Reddick. All three players will become free agents this winter. There is a chance that the Astros will resign Springer or Brantley, but there is a chance none of them return. If that’s the case, then all three will have quite a few […]

MLB Players Options Declined for 2021

Teams Decline 2021 Options on Several Notable MLB Players Now that the World Series is officially in the books, the attention turns towards the Hot Stove. The first big deadline this Hot Stove season is from now until Friday to exercise or decline player’s options. As a standard tradition in the MLB, this part of […]

Pfister Hotel
The Haunted Hotel Pfister
Benjamin Sabin - Oct 27, 2020

The Pfister Hotel 1.2 billion years ago two tectonic plates ripped apart, creating a mid-continent rift, which formed what we know today as Lake Michigan. 1,199,999,873 billion years later the Pfister Hotel opened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin three blocks from Lake Michigan. The hotel was the brainchild of Guido Pfister and his son, Charles. Guido passed […]

Commissioner Manfred Provides Financial Update

Commissioner Manfred Speaks on the Finances of Baseball This week, Barry Bloom of Sportico interviewed MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred regarding the financial state of baseball. According to Commissioner Manfred, “Major League Baseball’s 30 clubs have amassed an unprecedented $8.3 billion [dollars] of debt from their various lenders.” Even if you are not working in the […]