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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

MLB Season Preview

    With The MLB season right around the corner here is a preview of five teams that I believe will be successful in the 2017 season. Cleveland Indians-Led by their phenomenal pitching staff the Indians look to get back to the world series once again. Look for the addition of Edwin

What Mike Illitch Meant to Me

On July 20, 1929, a baby boy was born on the west side of Detroit. Little did anyone know at that time that this little man would be the author of a revival of the city he was born in. That man was Mike Illitch, who died yesterday at age 87.

Mark Trumbo is a Home Run Deal for Baltimore

Earlier today, the Baltimore Orioles re-signed Mark Trumbo to a three-year contract worth $37.5 million according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network. Initially, Trumbo claimed that he was looking for a contract in the $80 million range, but nobody expected that he would end up earning less than half of

Reliving the Greatest Game Seven in Sports

Being only eighteen years old, I have seen a limited amount of game sevens in sports.  However, being the avid fan that I am, I was able to study many of the other famous big games in the past twenty years.  Despite the research, I have to say that the

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

The Red Sox Still Have Pitching Problems

Just a few days ago, Red Sox fans were beyond ecstatic to see that their GM Dave Dombrowski acquired superstar pitcher Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox for a price of $17.1 million over the next three years.  Yes, they had to give up a few prospects however, Sale

Derek Holland headed to free agency

  The Texas Rangers announced yesterday that they will not be picking the $11 million option for starting pitcher Derek Holland. As painful as it is to say, the Texas Rangers have made the right decision. Holland has done so much for this franchise. He was part of the 2010 and

Domestic Violence Continues to Taint The Beauty of Sport

Just only a couple of days ago, the country had the pleasure of witnessing one of the biggest and most iconic outcomes to ever come out of the sport of baseball.  The Chicago Cubs had finally won the World Series after 108 years.  With social media blowing up on all