Alek Manoah
Justin Merrlles - Mar 24, 2023

The Toronto Blue Jays have announced that Alek Manoah will be the starting pitcher against the St. Louis Cardinals on Opening Day. It’s the first time in Manoah’s career that he will get the ball on the first day of the regular season. The 25-year-old will be tasked with anchoring a rotation with depth that includes […]

Ryan Feyre - Feb 15, 2023

Another Boston Red Sox player exits for a plane ride to the west coast. Much like Xander Bogaerts, Michael Wacha signed a deal with the San Diego Padres (albeit for much less). The move is not as seismic as the Bogaerts one, but it does solidify a burgeoning pitching staff in San Diego and leave […]

Brandon Willman - Feb 1, 2023

Former All-Star outfielder and World Series champion Dexter Fowler announced his retirement via social media Tuesday, ending his 15-year career.  “It’s here. I’m hanging up my cleats. From an 18-year-old draft pick in Colorado to a “vet” in Anaheim – there are a few things I will never forget.” Fowler wrote. “I’m mostly proud to […]

Chad Green

Chad Green is signing a two-year, $8.5 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays. Michael Marino of Fantrax was the first to report on the deal, including options for 2025 and 2026. The 31-year-old spent his entire career with the New York Yankees since 2016. Tommy John surgery but an abrupt halt to Green’s 2022 […]

Justin Merrlles - Jan 30, 2023

The Kansas City Royals have re-signed starting pitcher Zack Greinke. He will return for his twentieth season in the majors and his ninth season with the Royals. Greinke has signed a 1-year deal. Greinke in 2022 After leaving the Royals in 2010, Greinke returned with Kansas City in 2022. After pitching on contenders like the […]

Jeff McNeil
Lewis Masella - Jan 28, 2023

The New York Mets signed second baseman Jeff McNeil to a four-year, $50 million extension Friday, according to reports. Jeff Passan of ESPN was first on the news. The deal keeps McNeil in Queens long-term. He was set to go to an arbitration trial with the Mets, but that is not the issue now. “The […]

Scott Rolen Hall of Fame
Ryleigh Mulvihill - Jan 24, 2023

Scott Rolen has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Rolen is the only player elected as part of the 2023 Hall of Fame class. Rolen was in his sixth year on the ballot, obtaining 76.3%. Ultimately, that is 5 votes above the required 75% needed to get the call to Cooperstown. Rolen joins […]

Jesus Aguilar

Jesús Aguilar has signed a one-year, $3 million contract with the Oakland Athletics. San Francisco Chronicle beat writer Susan Slusser was the first to report a deal close to being complete. It sounds as if Jesus Aguilar is set to sign with the A’s. — Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) January 24, 2023 Aguilar was one of […]

Michael A. Taylor
Ryan Shaw - Jan 24, 2023

On Monday, the Minnesota Twins acquired center fielder Michael A. Taylor from the Kansas City Royals in exchange for minor league pitching prospects Evan Sisk and Steven Cruz. After a quiet first half to the offseason, the Twins have exploded onto the market in the new year. This trade is the second in just a […]

Ryan Shaw - Jan 24, 2023

Arte Moreno and his family announced that they would end the process of selling the Los Angeles Angels. This announcement comes just five months after the family originally announced the team sale on September 23rd. The news comes to the dismay of Angels fans everywhere, who originally celebrated the family’s decision to sell the team. […]

Jeremy Breland - Jan 20, 2023

The Miami Marlins and Minnesota Twins have reportedly agreed to a trade that will send AL batting champion Luis Arraez to Miami. In exchange for Arraez, Miami will send starting pitcher Pablo López and two prospects. Per sources, the prospects involved in the deal are shortstop Jose Salas and outfielder Byron Chourio. Per MLB Pipeline, […]

Collin Carofano - Jan 18, 2023

The Boston Red Sox and free agent outfielder Adam Duvall agreed to a one-year, $7 million deal Wednesday morning, according to MLB Network’s Craig Mish. Red Sox Sign Adam Duvall Boston has been linked to the 34-year-old outfielder for a few days now. The “Interest Kings” actually got the deal done for the slugger. Duvall […]

Andrew McCutchen
Justin Merrlles - Jan 13, 2023

Veteran outfielder Andrew McCutchen has agreed to a one-year deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic was the first to report the latest news. Source confirms Andrew McCutchen and Pirates are in agreement on one-year deal, pending physical. — RobBiertempfel (@RobBiertempfel) January 13, 2023 Andrew McCutchen and the Pirates For the first […]

Collin Carofano - Jan 4, 2023

Much like Joe Buck said when Boston won the World Series in 2004, “Red Sox fans have longed to hear it!” According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, Rafael Devers and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to an 11-year, $331 million deal. Rafael Devers Gets His Extension The 26-year-old third baseman inked the longest contract in […]

Lewis Masella - Dec 31, 2022

The Arizona Diamondbacks made a surprise splash in the free agent market on Friday, reportedly signing veteran third baseman Evan Longoria to a one-year deal. Jon Heyman of first broke the news of the acquisition. Signing Longoria gives the D-Backs a much-needed veteran presence to go with their young, talented group. Evan Longoria to […]

Lewis Masella - Dec 28, 2022

The Boston Red Sox have signed veteran starter Corey Kluber to a one-year deal, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN. Right-hander Corey Kluber and the Boston Red Sox are in agreement on a one-year contract with a club option for 2024, sources familiar with the agreement tell ESPN. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) December 28, 2022 […]

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2023 Atlanta Braves breakout
Caleb Begley - Dec 28, 2022

Opening Day signals the start of a new year. Teams around the league place hope and dreams in what the future may hold. Perhaps no team has more hope at this point than the 2023 Atlanta Braves. A radically chaotic 2022 saw the team come from behind to win its fifth straight NL East title. […]

Jack Flanagan - Dec 28, 2022

Opening Day of the MLB season is finally here. Right now, 30-ball clubs believe they can make the playoffs. Fans nationwide can’t wait to visit their home ballpark for the first time in months. This season is set to be one of the most thrilling in the sport’s history. That’s because a new buzz surrounds […]

Pirates predictions
Cody Flavell - Dec 28, 2022

The Pittsburgh Pirates will kick off their season against the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday at 4:10 p.m. There is a sense of excitement for what’s to come in Pittsburgh this summer. Their fans are yearning for meaningful summer baseball. Even if they don’t make the playoffs, a step toward contention and staying within the thick of the […]

Dylan Spaulding - Dec 28, 2022

Well, it’s time to party like it’s 1998. The time has come for Opening Day at Tropicana Field for the Tampa Bay Rays. There will surely be a retro feel this weekend as the team will be honoring Don Zimmer, wearing throwback uniforms this afternoon, and playing the team they opened their inaugural 1998 season […]

Rays Season Preview
Dylan Spaulding - Dec 28, 2022

The Tampa Bay Rays season preview is here. Fans have waited long and hard for this day to come, and now that it has, the 2023 season is upon us. This afternoon, the Rays will return the 1998 vibes to open the year against the Detroit Tigers. The team not only celebrates their 25th anniversary […]

Lewis Masella - Dec 28, 2022

Thursday marks a sea change for the New York Yankees. Not only is baseball back after a long winter’s slumber, but the Anthony Volpe era will begin in the Bronx. The Yankees faithful have been patiently awaiting the arrival of the highly touted shortstop. Many fans expected they’d have to wait a bit longer. Given […]

MLB Teams

Every year, MLB teams are full of wonders and surprises. No matter how much teams prepare for the season, there are always going to be a few to keep a watchful eye on. Last season, the Baltimore Orioles caught everyone by surprise as they finished three games back of the final AL Wild Card spot. […]

90 feet between bases
Benjamin Sabin - Dec 28, 2022

The size of the bases has changed, but it’s still 90 feet between bases. This is true. Seriously, MLB legally changed the length of a foot so the sacred 90 feet between bases would remain intact. This is not true. So, how is it that the bases expanded from 15 square inches to 18 square […]