MLB 

The rich get richer at the MLB Trade Deadline

How can you top a month in which you finished 20-3? Oh, just by bolstering your starting rotation and adding bullpen depth at the trade deadline. The Los Angeles Dodgers entered Monday’s MLB Trade Deadline sporting the MLB’s best record at 74-31. They could have easily just stood idle and likely would have been fine heading into the last two... Read More
MLB 

ALDS Preview: Red Sox vs Indians

The Cleveland Indians have waited seven years for this postseason rematch with the Boston Red Sox. Back in 2007, the Indians held a 3-1 series lead in the ALCS, but Boston stormed back and went on to win the World Series. Now, we get a rematch with two highly powered offenses. The Red Sox offense was the best in baseball... Read More
MLB Orioles 

Five bold American League predictions

The 2016 Major League Baseball is less than a week away. There were many happenings in the offseason where a bunch of money was spent on coveted free agents. Which free agent signings will prove to be the most valuable? Time will tell on that question, but until then, I will give you my five bold predictions for the American... Read More
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The old school vs the new school in baseball

Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals is known for getting the baseball world talking, mainly with his play on the diamond. However, a couple weeks ago he had the baseball world talking, but this time not for his play. Harper told ESPN the Magazine that “baseball’s tired.” Here is the full comment in which Harper made: “It’s a tired sport,... Read More
MLB Orioles 

The Top 10 starting pitchers in the American League

By Eddie McDonald Spring is right around the corner which means baseball season is right around the corner. Today marked a day baseball fans everywhere were looking forward to as pitchers and catcher started reporting to their respective camps for the initial stages of spring training. Within a week the rest of the teams will join the pitchers and catchers... Read More
MLB 

Notable MLB offseason signings and acquisitions

The MLB hot stove is heating up this offseason as some teams have signed or traded for some elite talent. We’ve seen players leave teams for divisional rivals as well as some very interesting trades. For the teams that have been less fortunate than other this offseason, don’t worry, there is still some quality talent out there. Cubs land Heyward,... Read More
Thoughts of The Day 

Thoughts of the Day, May 4

May the Fourth be with you. Here are today’s Thoughts of the Day. The news broke Sunday night that Warriors guard Stephen Curry was announced the NBA Most Valuable Player. He received the award today and will be honored before Tuesday night’s playoff game against the Grizzlies. Rockets guard James Harden and Thunder guard Russell Westbrook had incredible seasons, but... Read More
Orioles 

Baltimore Orioles off to .500 start

Last season, the Baltimore Orioles won the American League East. They did so with solid pitching and timely hitting. The closest team to them in the final standings was the New York Yankees, who finished 12 games behind the O’s. Baltimore ultimately were swept by the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS. This season, Baltimore hasn’t started off so hot.... Read More
MLB 

Moncada signing Can Mean Big things for Red Sox

  The Boston Red Sox reportedly have signed 19 year old Cuban shortstop Yoan Moncada. According to MLB.com. the switch hitting prospect agreed to a $31.5 million signing bonus. Boston was always considered a main landing place for Moncada, and why not? It’s a great fit. The Red Sox have an array of young talent and the Cuban shortstop will now... Read More
Thoughts of The Day 

Thoughts of the Day 6/19/2014

Thoughts of the Day is back! There is a lot to get to in the sports world, so without further adieu, let’s get started! Clayton Kershaw may have pitched the best game of all time last night. Kershaw added to his incredible young career last night when he tossed his first no-hitter in dominating fashion, with 15 strikeouts and no walks.... Read More
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