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MLB The Show 20 is for the People
Drew Lutts - Nov 28, 2020

MLB The Show is one of the most popular games in the world. This year’s installment is the final year of exclusive play on the Playstation 4, as it will be available on the Next Gen Xbox starting next year. With the community growing ever so large, it’s important to have leaders in that community. […]



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Mike Minor
Kansas City Royals Sign Mike Minor
Doug Winkey - Nov 30, 2020

The Kansas City Royals have bolstered their rotation going into 2021. They have added left-hander Mike Minor to the roster pending a physical. The deal is for multiple years, but the financial terms are not known at this time. Jeff Passan of ESPN first broke the news late Sunday evening. Left-handed starter Mike Minor and […]

Andrelton Simmons
Potential Destinations for Andrelton Simmons

The free agent class of 2021 features prominent names at the shortstop position. Corey Seager, Javier Baez, Francisco Lindor, Carlos Correa, and Trevor Story are likely to be sought after by any team that can afford them. Although names of that caliber are not available in 2020, Andrelton Simmons, Didi Gregorius, and Marcus Semien still […]

Michael Brantley
Potential Landing Spots for Michael Brantley

After two strong, productive years with the Houston Astros, Michael Brantley is back on the free-agent market. Originally drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2005, Brantley was traded to the Cleveland Indians in 2008 to be named later from the CC Sabathia deal. In 10 seasons with Cleveland, the Silver Slugger established himself as a […]

Blake Snell
Braves Getting Blake Snell Would Be a Snell of a Trade

The Atlanta Braves have certainly added depth to their starting rotation recently with the signings of left-hander Drew Smyly and right-hander Charlie Morton, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they are done Christmas shopping. Could Blake Snell be a Christmas surprise for Braves fans? Braves President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Alex Anthopoulos continues to […]

Freddie Freeman
Freddie Freeman vs. Braves First Basemen: A Comparison

Since making his Major League debut in 2010, Freddie Freeman has become a superstar. The Atlanta Braves first baseman has made four All-Star appearances. Aside from that, he’s won a Gold Glove, a Silver Slugger, and is the reigning NL MVP. The 31-year-old has racked up a career slash line of .295/.383/.509, with 240 homers, […]

James Paxton
Potential Landing Spots for James Paxton

2020 was not kind to James Paxton. His ERA ballooned thanks to the limited number of outings and an injury that cut his season short in September. The man known as “The Big Maple” has been very good for much of his career, but this past year with the New York Yankees certainly impacts his […]

Mike Chernoff and the Meaning of Playing Catch

The tradition of playing catch is one that dates back to many years ago. After all, it was likely that tradition that sparked the idea behind the game of baseball. Children would play catch with one another in the street, at a local park, or virtually anywhere they had room to do it. Furthermore, children […]

MLB The Show
MLB The Show 20 is for the People

MLB The Show is one of the most popular games in the world. This year’s installment is the final year of exclusive play on the Playstation 4, as it will be available on the Next Gen Xbox starting next year. With the community growing ever so large, it’s important to have leaders in that community. […]