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1980s Major League Baseball: The Forgotten Decade
Benjamin Sabin - Feb 21, 2021

1980s Major League Baseball Just Say No To The 80s The 1989 World Series between the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants, dubbed the Battle of the Bay, concluded on October 28th, thus ending what some claim to be a forgettable decade in the history of baseball. But why does 1980s Major League Baseball […]

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The Toronto Blue Jays Young Three – Fantasy 2021
Cruz Lopez - Feb 27, 2021

Going into the 2017 season, Toronto Blue Jays fans and the club itself saw an upcoming decline in productivity. The stacked teams from 2015 and 2016 were relatively old. Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista, having been in the league since before the start of the decade, were starting to show some age. Josh Donaldson, despite […]

Five Best Fits for Jake Odorizzi

It is quite shocking that Jake Odorizzi is still out on the market. He came into this past offseason as one of the best free agent starters. While not quite as talented as Trevor Bauer or James Paxton, Odorizzi would bring great stability to any team he signs with. He brings more certainty than many […]

Spring Training: The Short Season
Benjamin Sabin - Feb 26, 2021

Spring Training: The Short Season A Cyclical Rebirth Life is a series of cycles much akin to the seasons of the year. We begin in the spring with our birth and travel into adulthood with the summer. In the fall our hair starts to gray and with winter the leaves descend and our cycle ends. […]

Yankees' bullpen
Justin Wilson Returns To New York Yankees’ Bullpen With New Approach

As a member of the 2015 New York Yankees‘ bullpen, Justin Wilson contributed to a franchise record. That year, the pitching staff collectively struck out more opposing batters than any in Yankees’ history. Later that offseason, Wilson was traded to the Detroit Tigers, and that record failed to last past the 2016 season. Now six […]

Three Outfield Sleeper Picks
Three Outfielders that are Sleeper Picks
Cruz Lopez - Feb 24, 2021

The outfield positions have always been known for their great offensive stars. Going into the 2021 season, three great outfielders remain under the radars of many. These players can be snagged in the middle rounds and could have a big impact on any team. Each is slept on for their own respective reasons but it’s […]

Colorado Rockies Third Base
Colorado Rockies Third Base Depth

Third base depth has not been an issue for the Colorado Rockies for years thanks to Nolan Arenado. Sadly, that will change for 2021. The team will see a new face at the hot corner for the first time since 2012 when Chris Nelson handled the duties. It’s not good that Arenado is gone since […]

Kevin Pillar
Kevin Pillar: His Role With the New York Mets

The New York Mets seemed to be in on just about every center fielder this off-season, but they settled on Kevin Pillar. His contract is $5 million guaranteed and could possibly become a two-year deal worth over $10 million. The 32-year-old center fielder played parts of seven seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays. He has […]

2021 Houston Astros
2021 Houston Astros Possible Lineup

Spring Training is here and the 2021 Houston Astros have a similar look as well as high expectations for the upcoming season. Of course, there is one glaring difference, George Springer is no longer making residence in Houston. The man with so many legendary franchise moments has moved on in free agency, but it’s not […]