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 Red Sox and Orioles have never been the best of friends, actually quite the opposite, worst of enemies. They both reside in the AL East, and play each other a good amount of times per year. This year though is much different than an ordinary rivalry. Drama has been amped up, and the antics, … Continue reading Baltimore Orioles VS Boston Red Sox : Where It All Went Wrong
Each and every MLB team sees this season being something different. The American League Central is one of the toughest divisions in the league. The division received some underachieving performances in 2016, including the Kansas City Royals, who finished at 81-81 after winning the World Series in 2015. Last season, the division saw one of … Continue reading Who Would Win The AL Central If The Season Started Today?
The MLB off-season has already seen a lot of interesting uniform changes via both free agent signings and trades and it doesn't look like we're nearly done yet. Chris Sale was shipped to Boston in exchange for some prospects and have created a dangerous rotation if all clicks. However, that's just one of many moves … Continue reading Who Would Win The AL East If The Season Started Today?
The Winter Meetings begin on Sunday Night, and the action is expected to be wild. Trade rumors and signings are going to be prevalent as the Hot Stove explodes. Here are six predictions for what will happen at the Meetings: 1) The Washington Nationals acquire a White Sox starter, but it's not Chris Sale The … Continue reading 6 Predictions for the Upcoming MLB Winter Meetings
On Friday Night, Chicago White Sox Pitcher Chris Sale made history. Playing against the Texas Rangers, Sale had a perfect game going for himself up until the sixth inning. Although his perfect game was broken up, he joined Pedro Martinez and Randy Johnson as the only pitchers since 1900 to strike out 12 or … Continue reading Sale Marks Milestone