Justin Merrlles - Mar 21, 2023

In the coming few days, MLB teams will make tough decisions by making tough cuts. As the rosters go down to the 26, the Toronto Blue Jays have a few players on the bubble between making the team or heading to Buffalo. One of these bubble players is Otto Lopez, a middle infielder from the Dominican […]

Twins new uniform

The Minnesota Twins introduced a brand new logo and uniform for the upcoming 20223 season. Players for the Twins were the first to unveil the new design this morning at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. It’s the Twins’ first full brand overhaul since 1987. For the first time in 35 years, they wanted to […]

Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo and the Seattle Mariners agreed on a five-year extension. According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, the deal is worth $108 million with a full no-trade clause for the 2023 to 2025 seasons. There’s a $1 million assignment bonus if the right-hander is moved following that. In addition, a sixth-year vesting option can take […]

Albert Pujols Yadier Molina
Evan Thompson - Aug 22, 2022

Albert Pujols, Yadier Molina Honored in Final Chase Field Visit PHOENIX, Aug. 21 — With St. Louis Cardinals greats and future Hall of Famers Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina retiring at season’s end, the weekend of August 19 through 21 marked their last visit to Chase Field. Prior to Sunday’s game, the Arizona Diamondbacks honored […]

Dylan Beavers was one of the best players in the PAC-12. Beavers is a strong, 6’4″ outfielder who earned high marks for his hit tool and raw power. This spring, he hit .291/.427/.634 for the Cal Golden Bears. He led the Pac-12 with 18 home runs in 2021 and 17 in 2022. Beavers was the […]

Joe Rini - May 2, 2022

The New York Mets designated Robinson Cano for assignment this morning. In the end, it came down to numbers. First, mandatory roster cuts for teams to get down to 26 players loomed by Noon on May 2nd.  The 39-year-old Cano missed the 2021 season with his second PED suspension. He played well in winter ball […]

Nationals Diamondbacks
Evan Thompson - May 16, 2021

Nationals 3, Diamondbacks 0 Luke Weaver left after only four innings despite allowing no runs on one hit and two walks. The reason was “right shoulder discomfort” after he told manager Torey Lovullo that it was “something that felt like a Charley Horse.” Injuries have been a familiar refrain for the Diamondbacks, since he would […]

Lacey Yahnke - Apr 29, 2021

The 11 game losing streak for the San Diego Padres versus the Arizona Diamondbacks is finally over. Last night, the Padres beat the Diamondbacks 12-3. It was their first victory at Chase Field in over two years.  “We swung the bats well all day,” manager Jayce Tingler said. “We hit some balls hard the first, […]

Cruz Lopez - Mar 29, 2021

In 2019, the MLB introduced the first-ever All-MLB Team. A team that consists of the best players at each position, voted by fans and writers. It is used as a fashion of congratulating the best of the best at the end of the season rather than during the mid-summer classic in July. The All-MLB Team […]

Chris Larson - Mar 24, 2021

With Opening Day getting close, one of the storylines for the Cleveland Indians revolves around who will be the fourth starter. The Indians will likely only rely on four starting pitchers for the month of April. That is due in large part because of the number of off days (5) that month. As a result, […]

Caleb Begley - Mar 12, 2021

While the 2010s rolled merrily along, the Atlanta Braves searched for a new spark. A disappointing 2014 campaign showed that new blood was needed. General Manager Frank Wren was fired in September of that year. His replacement, John Hart, immediately set about on a rebuild. The farm system was a shambles and needed life pumped […]

Caleb Begley - Feb 26, 2021

While the 2000s rolled merrily along, Major League Baseball continued to search for a dominant franchise. The New York Yankees were suddenly challenged. Their archrivals, the Boston Red Sox, won the 2004 World Series. It was their first title since 1918. Other teams like the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, and Detroit Tigers rose to […]

Chris Larson - Feb 21, 2021

When someone talks about starting pitching, usually the same individuals are brought up in the conversation. Those names usually include Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets, Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Gerrit Cole of the New York Yankees. However, there are always underrated starting pitchers as well to keep an eye […]

Steve Wynocker - Feb 3, 2021

Why Fans Should Be Excited About Chris Archer’s Return to Tampa Bay Chris Archer is back with the Tampa Bay Rays and there are many mixed feelings from the Rays faithful. His one-year, $6.5-million contract comes after the Rays let go their top two arms in Blake Snell and Charlie Morton. Are the Rays so desperate […]

Richard Daniels - Feb 3, 2021

The trade of Nolan Arenado has triggered an outpouring of emotions among Colorado Rockies fans. In spite of months of signs that it was coming, the trade struck long-frazzled nerves of purple-clad devotees. A great deal of the blame is directed at the team’s front office and Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeff Bridich. […]

Caleb Begley - Jan 31, 2021

The 1990s were a time of advancement in all stages of the world. In politics, the United States won the Cold War. Communism finally fell and Russia was liberated from it. In pop culture, movies like Titanic, Forrest Gump, and Jurassic Park ruled the landscape. The early part of the decade saw the rise of […]

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Joe Rini - Jan 31, 2021

The New York Mets seek redemption as the 2023 season dawns this week.  Winners of 101 games in 2022, visions of the World Series disappeared amidst a September fade and the whimper of an early Wild Card series exit against the San Diego Padres. The signing of Justin Verlander quickly dried the tears of Jacob […]

Bob Colling - Jan 31, 2021

The Cleveland Guardians begin the 2023 season with a four-game road series against the Seattle Mariners. Last year, the Mariners ended a 20-year playoff drought by earning a Wild Card spot following 90 regular season wins. Seattle ended up losing in the ALDS to the Houston Astros three games to zero, but the 2022 season […]

Tony Travisano - Jan 31, 2021

Reds opening day is soon upon us. With spring training wrapping up, teams have named their starting pitchers for the big day. The matchup in Cincinnati will feature two young starters looking to take a big step in their respective careers. Since the turn of the century, the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates have […]

Cleveland Guardians Season Preview
Bob Colling - Jan 31, 2021

In 2022, the Cleveland Guardians won the AL Central but lost to the New York Yankees in the Wild Card round in the playoffs. Nevertheless, the Guardians exceeded the expectations of many within baseball when they won the division. Led by Shane Bieber and Jose Ramirez, the Guardians look to continue their success in 2023. […]

Dylan Spaulding - Jan 31, 2021

From wearing cowboy boots during batting practice to making incredible defensive catches, Randy Arozarena practically did it all. He’s given fans highlight reel moments and more during his World Baseball Classic experience. In 2020, Arozarena made headlines during the Tampa Bay Rays World Series run. After that, people knew that he could be someone who […]

Blue Jays Opening Day

The Toronto Blue Jays are more profound and stronger thanks to their many additions over the winter. There’s more emphasis on defense in the outfield, more depth in the rotation, and a more balanced starting lineup. With Opening Day less than a week away, we’re getting an idea of how the roster shapes. Here’s how […]

Alek Manoah
Justin Merrlles - Jan 31, 2021

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 […]

Caleb Begley - Jan 31, 2021

Since the World Baseball Classic is one of the top stories of the baseball year, let’s take a moment and visit one of the countries represented: Puerto Rico. This small island nation certainly packs a punch regarding diamond legends. The search for Puerto Rico’s best baseball player is rife with Cooperstown mainstays and household names. […]