Minnesota Twins

What’s In A Count
Benjamin Sabin - May 20, 2021

With all of this talk about swinging away on a 3-0 count, it seems like a good idea to go over the twelve different possible counts in baseball so as to avoid upsetting Tony La Russa. While La Russa is not the only one who is upset about Yermin Mercedes hitting a home run on […]

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Brandon Crawford
Brandon Crawford Makes Giants History
Zach Walling - Jun 12, 2021

On Tuesday night at Globe Life Field, Brandon Crawford made San Francisco Giants history. Crawford made his 1,326th appearance at shortstop as a member of the Giants, passing Hall Of Famer Travis Jackson. As it was time for the Giants to take the field, only one emerged from the dugout. That person was Brandon Crawford. […]

Joey Gallo Trade
Joey Gallo Trade Rumors

Trade rumors are a big part of the game of baseball. If you’re a player, they can also be a very unsettling part of the game at times. Perhaps you’re one of the guys that is well known to your team’s fan base. If this is the case, rumors are going to surround you no […]

Angels Diamondbacks
Angels Outlast Diamondbacks in Sloppy Marathon

Angels 6, Diamondbacks 5 (10 innings) PHOENIX, June 11 — A four-hour, nine-minute marathon that saw three balks, four hit batsmen, and two run-scoring wild pitches — including one on a strikeout — led to the Los Angeles Angels defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks, 6–5, in 10 innings Friday night. Angels catcher Kurt Suzuki went 3-for-3 […]

Wrigley Field
Wrigley Back at Full Capacity, Cubs Come Back Versus Cardinals
Noah Barnhart - Jun 11, 2021

Wrigley Field is back at full capacity, and the Chicago Cubs made the most out of an historic day. They completed a thrilling comeback versus their bitter rival the St. Louis Cardinals. St Louis jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the 5th inning but it didn’t last long. Chicago came storming back, helped by […]

Chase Petty
Chase Petty 2021 MLB Draft Profile

Perennially, New Jersey is not a high school powerhouse state for the MLB Draft. Rick Porcello was drafted in 2007, and no right-handed high school pitchers from New Jersey have gone in the first round since then. In that span, only two left-handed pitchers from NJ have gone  in the first round, as well. That […]

Jud Fabian
Jud Fabian 2021 MLB Draft Profile
Matthew Rothman - Jun 9, 2021

Coming into the 2021 baseball season, Jud Fabian had a chance to be the first-position player selected in the 2021 MLB Draft. Playing for the University of Florida, who ranked first in the nation prior to the start of the season, Fabian and his squad got off to a slow start. Fabian, listed at 6’2″, […]

Will Bednar
Will Bednar 2021 MLB Draft Profile

Mississippi State is a consistent producer of MLB talent. Pitcher Will Bednar looks like the school’s next product in the 2021 Amateur Draft. The last pitcher from MSU to make the majors was 2016 draftee Dakota Hudson, but Bednar could go higher than 34th overall. Much of Bednar’s college season is over, but the team […]

Cincinnati Reds
Reds & Cardinals: A Sweeping Series Recap
Drew Lutts - Jun 8, 2021

The Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals series was nothing more than a perfect weekend for one team. The Reds hit the ball very well; they pitched well enough to defeat their division foes in four straight. It marks the first time since 1990 that the Reds have swept the Cardinals in a four-game series. The starting rotation gave […]