MLB

Josh Greenberg - Aug 20, 2017

Ever since MLB instituted the second NL and AL Wild Card games in 2012, headline stories have been abundant. The Kansas City Royals became the Cinderella of the 2014 season, going from the Wild Card to their first World Series appearance since 1985. The New York Mets rode a second half surge to get in […]


Last Word Staff - Aug 11, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The 2017 trade deadline has come and gone and the Los Angeles Dodgers became the best team in baseball… even more than they already were. They landed Yu Darvish to aid their chances at cruising to a World Series title. On the other coast, the New York […]

10 most attended sports leagues in the world
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Aug 9, 2017

Guest Post – ~Ava Brown 10 most attended sports leagues in the world Sport is a show. The better the show is, the more fans will be in the stands and at their TV screens. The more viewers, the more income, of course. That’s the whole simple formula for success in sports business. But theory […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 25, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The Dodgers got the bad news about Clayton Kershaw‘s back the other day. With their superstar pitcher out for the next six to eight weeks, are they looking to complete a Justin Verlander trade with the Tigers? Stephen Strasburg also hurt his forearm. Does this open up a […]

Pace of Play
Last Word Staff - Jul 22, 2017

By Michael Pallas – Last Word on Baseball No matter how much Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred wants it to change, the pace of play won’t speed up. Why Baseball’s Pace of Play Won’t Change We’ve seen incremental pace of play increases over the years, but games won’t ever be as short as they […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 19, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball With the 2017 Trade Deadline creeping ever closer, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen try to decide which teams are selling which players for which prospects from which teams that should be buyers. Before that gets cleared up, Greg gives his review of the All-Star Game and Joe tries […]

Designa
Last Word Staff - Jul 14, 2017

At the all-star break, it’s time to predict who will still be standing when the season ends, advance through the playoffs and win the World Series.

Manny Machado
Last Word Staff - Jul 14, 2017

By Andrew Miller – Last Word on Baseball Three Players Due for Second-Half Turnarounds Manny Machado Machado is certainly an interesting case. His peripherals are strikingly similar to his previous seasons; however, Machado is having by far the worst statistical season of his young career. Machado has established himself as a top-tier player in MLB […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 11, 2017

By Jordan Dickow – Last Word on Baseball Anyone who’d been paying attention during the first half of the season should not have been surprised that Aaron Judge won the 2017 Home Run Derby last night. The 6’7″, 282 pound rookie outfielder for the New York Yankees was the heavy favorite going into the event, […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 10, 2017

By Graham Anderson – Last Word on Baseball The 2017 baseball season has reached the half way point and discussion on who will walk away with individual hardware has already begun. Thirteen of the baseball minds here at Last Word on Baseball came together and voted for the players we feel deserve MVP, Rookie of […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 10, 2017

Umpire Angel Hernandez alleges that umpires of color are being held back from advancement. If invalidated, this will undermine legitimate cases of racism.

Josh Greenberg - Jul 7, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball The MLB season has reached its actual half way mark, even if the official start of the second half isn’t until after next week’s All-Star Game. With that in mind, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen pick out their favorite moments from the first half of the season. […]

Last Word Staff - Jul 5, 2017

Entering the second half of the season, we separate the legitimate MLB Contenders from the rest of the pack in each league’s respective Wild Card races.

Last Word Staff - Jul 3, 2017

Entering the second half of the season, we separate the legitimate MLB Contenders from the rest of the pack in each league’s respective Wild Card races.

Last Word Staff - Jun 29, 2017

By Joe Hojnacki – Last Word on Baseball It’s near the half-way point of the season, so Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen give their 2017 MLB All-Star picks. Who do the guys want to represent the American and National Leagues in the biggest exhibition game on the planet? Also, Greg found some more silly minor […]

Last Word Staff - Jun 29, 2017

In 2009, Kole Calhoun dominated the College World Series for Arizona State. It was a prelude to what we would see when he ultimately made it to the Angels.



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