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
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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

AL Postseason Picture Now Clear

What a time to be a fan of Major League Baseball. This is what October baseball is all about, absolute chaos. The playoff implications of just about every team in the postseason picture came down to the final game of the regular season, game #162. Sunday was the true test of who really wants it. As of Sunday morning, the... 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

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
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome back to another edition of King’s Court right here on This week I will bid farewell to one of the all-time, great baseball players to ever step on a diamond. I will also bid farewell to another baseball player, who isn’t getting all the recognition. I will discuss the Dallas Cowboys hot start as well as the New... Read More

The Myth of the Indispensable Baseball Player

A month ago, the St. Louis Cardinals got the demoralizing news that they would be without the heart and soul of their ballclub for 8-12 weeks when Yadier Molina, the best catcher in the game, tore a thumb ligament. He was hitting .287 with seven home runs and 30 runs batted in when he went down. Molina is considered by... Read More
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