Definitely the most polarizing team in sports history, the dreaded Bronx Bombers history of success is well documented. With some of the biggest names in the history of the sport putting on the iconic pinstripes (Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Whitey Ford, Joe DiMaggio, Catfish Hunter, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Ichiro Suzuki, etc), the New York … Continue reading The ’81 Yankees: Reggie’s Animosity, The Second Half Collapse, and The Only Pennant.
Throughout the history of baseball, we’ve seen each era of the game has had Hall of Fame Greats. The Steroid Era had players such as Roberto Alomar, Mike Piazza, Tom Glavine and Ken Griffey Jr., while Baseball’s Golden Age of the 1970s had players such as Steve Carlton, Dave Winfield and Willie Stargell. However, I firmly … Continue reading The 2017 Guide To MLBs Young Talent
As of Thursday, it has been reported that Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price is going in for an MRI, after there was discomfort in his left forearm. The 31-year old ace will seek a second opinion from Dr. James Andrew. Price was scheduled to start on Sunday against the Atlanta Braves for his spring … Continue reading David Price Hurts Elbow, Chances for Boston
Baseball is back in full swing (pun intended), and there are many interesting storylines that will be followed throughout the Spring. How will the Kansas City Royals cope with the loss of Yordano Ventura? Will the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians have the same success this season as they did in 2016? Will the New … Continue reading National League Award Predictions: Spring Training Edition
The latest of my many projects, I have been selected to put together the extremely difficult task of an All-Time Major League Baseball League. All 30 current MLB teams and 6-Expansion Cities of my choosing. For this project, I held myself to a couple rules, just to make the unrealistic a bit more realistic…. Each … Continue reading The Athlete’s Hub MLB All-Time League.
As of Sunday, it has become official that the Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a one-year deal. It has been reported that the deal will include Eovaldi being paid $2 million this upcoming season, as well as a team option in 2018. After an elbow injury, Eovaldi will be forced to miss the entire … Continue reading Rays Agree to Deal with Nathan Eovaldi
When discussing Japanese stars who are thought to have immense potential and could succeed in the Major Leagues, the conversation seems to begin and end with Shohei Otani. However, there’s an infielder who’s starting to make waves in Nippon Professional Baseball’s Central League. Tetsuto Yamada is a second baseman for the Tokyo Yakult Swallows in … Continue reading Could Tetsuto Yamada Be The Next Big Japanese Import to MLB?