The Dodger bullpen has been criticized and deservedly so this 2018 season. After having historically bad months of July and August everyone in LA was ready to write them off. A part of the team that was so strong last year in 2017 was its Achilles heel in the summer
Kershaw, Dodgers Stumble in 6-5 loss to Brewers
The Milwaukee Brewers kept their streak alive thanks to a 6-5 victory over the LA Dodgers at Miller Park last night. Clayton Kershaw had his shortest start of the postseason as he allowed 5 runs (4 earned) over 3-plus innings. Not all of
And then there was four. Two American League teams and two National League teams are left in the MLB postseason. The winners of the NLCS will go on to play in the World Series. It is a series that every baseball kid grows up dreaming of and for some players,
Well, it began. The MLB Divisional Series began and there have been a lot of turns and twists so far. The Brewers are hitting everything, the Dodgers have the best rotation currently and the Red Sox still have bullpen woes. With that, here are my 3 takeaways from what I've
Postseason baseball is here!!!
All 163 games are done
YES 163 games... at least for the Dodgers, Cubs, Brewers and Rockies.
The MLB playoffs look better than ever.
The Red Sox set a team record for 106 wins in a season. There are underdogs in the playoffs.
So with that said; here are my predictions.
Tiebreaker game Previews and Predictions
Well, here it is. A full season of major league baseball and we still have two divisions up for grabs. A lot will be on the line tomorrow afternoon, the winners will head straight to the NLDS while the losers will play in the wild card
As teams go into the final weekend of the first half of the season in the MLB, here are the mid-season award winners in my eyes.
American League Most Valuable Player - Mike Trout (CF) Los Angeles Angels
It is simply amazing season after season in the MLB when we think we
Jason Giambi, Sammy Sosa, Manny Ramirez, Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez, Jeremy Giambi, Gary Sheffield, Barry Bonds.
What do these players have in common? They all have an * next to their name because of steroids or other banned substances. One player we can add to the that list as of 5/15/2018 is
Aaron Judge has been on a tear this season. The Yankees stud outfielder is putting up miraculous numbers. The 6’7 25 year old righty slugger has 26 home runs while also driving in 59 runs and we haven’t even reached the halfway point of the season.
If he keeps this pace
Wil Myers has been a rising star since his 2016 year with the San Diego Padres, which ended with him going to the All Star game for the first time in his career, Myers ended that season with 676 plate appearances and 28 home runs, which is more than double