Overview of the NL MVP Race

As we draw closer to the final two months of the MLB regular season, things are starting to take shape within the National League. The Colorado Rockies, after years of having mediocre teams, are finally establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with. With an improved pitching staff, a deep bullpen, and an offense … Continue reading Overview of the NL MVP Race

The Top AL MVP Candidates

Despite being nearly a third of the way through the season, the AL standings are unlike what almost anyone could have expected. The rebuilding Yankees and Twins are currently division leaders, while the Astros (41-16) are playing like the best team in the league. Meanwhile, the Blue Jays, despite a hot streak in May, still … Continue reading The Top AL MVP Candidates

The Numbers Behind Aaron Judge 

Making contact at the professional level of the MLB is not an easy thing to do, and that has been proven over the course of the history of the sport. Thousands of hitters have stepped up to a major league diamond, and many have failed. It’s the old cliche; "baseball is a game of failure." … Continue reading The Numbers Behind Aaron Judge 

Why The Yankees Are Not Sunk Without Gary Sanchez

While Gary Sanchez was visiting doctors for further evaluation on his strained right bicep Monday afternoon, the Yankees cruised to an 8-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. Led by Michael Pineda’s 11 strikeouts over 7.2 innings, and two additional hits from Aaron Judge, the Yankees made quick work of the Rays, winning their home … Continue reading Why The Yankees Are Not Sunk Without Gary Sanchez