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Summer to Forget

Two months into the 2017 MLB season and the Toronto Blue Jays sit three games below five hundred and five and a half games behind the American League East leading New York Yankees. The once dominant and widely considered best starting rotation in the MLB looks far from being able to

Baseball is the Best

Baseball has changed lives of many people, including my own. In my eyes baseball has always been the greatest sport, but that has always been my opinion with no facts. So today, I am going to tell you some reasons why baseball is the greatest sport ever played. Baseball

The Big Game

Many times the Yankees have played World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers. They also played the Mets in 2000 and those were all nicknamed "The Subway Series". I've heard the Series in 1985 with Kansas City vs. St. Louis called the "Show-Me Series" and the "I-70 showdown Series" since I-70 runs across

Under-The-Radar Free Agents (MLB)

MLB UNDER THE RADAR FREE AGENTS TO WATCH This off-season is full of big name players on the free agent market that will be targeted by many teams. Every year, seemingly low impact players sign and have a big impact on their team. In this article, I will highlight a three

Baseball’s Best Manager Rightfully Wins Award

On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced Joe Maddon as the National League Manager of the Year. Maddon has been one of baseball's best managers for several years. He previously won Manager of the Year in 2008, when he led the Tampa Bay Rays to their first World Series appearance, and again

Why Mets versus Dodgers is Shaping to be an NLDS Classic

We all already knew the talent that both these teams possess; they wouldn't have gotten to this point had that not been the case. Both have pitching rotations that any team would salivate over and both the Mets and Dodgers have a NL Cy Young candidate in their rotations, Jacob

Hard September Decisions

  Baseball becomes a strange sport in the late summer. As the playoff races begin and trade deadlines approach, front offices across the league have to make a series of hard decisions, beginning with the core question: “Can my team make the playoffs?” There are significant financial benefits if a team makes

The Game Going Forward

With the election of Rob Manfred to replace Bud Selig as Commissioner of Baseball, it is a good time to take a minute and look at the future of baseball. The Office of the Commissioner simultaneously has enormous potential, but little power. Without support from the owners, nearly nothing will

Mariano Rivera & The Hall of Fame Entry

Will New York Yankees’ Mariano Rivera break the all-time highest voting percentage for entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York? Well, let's take a moment to reflect on his career and leave no doubt in your minds that this could happen. To simply say 'no one did it

New Instant Replay Rules in Baseball

It seems that in the beginning of the 2014 Major League Baseball season, that the new replay rules are going to have a positive effect on the game. We are seeing less arguments and/or ejections of managers, which is of course a good thing for the game. Now the umpires must understand