When preparing for your fantasy baseball draft it is important to focus on acquiring a well-rounded team, which is why I want to go over 3 of favorite potential first and second round pairings heading into draft season. I am going to be assuming we are using a 12 team standard
The New York Mets defeated the Boston Red Sox in their first spring training yesterday, and the beginning of baseball games is upon us. The Mets have some very interesting camp stories to follow this spring training including:
If you have been listening or following the Mets over the last
The days of the four pitch intentional walk are officially over.
The commissioner's office announced Tuesday that intentional walks will now be signaled by the dugout, no longer by the classic four pitch walk. This comes on the heels of Commissioner Rob Manfred restating how he wants to adjust the
Ahh Spring Training. We’re just a few days away from pitchers and catchers reporting, and the rest of the players will report not long after that.
I don’t know how anyone else feels, but once the players start to report to play some baseball, life just instantly gets better. The air
The sac fly. We see it all the time. The batter hits it hard and deep, but just not well enough. The runner tags and scores, and both players get their share of high fives from the dugout. Here is Gary Sanchez hitting a sacrifice fly on an (attempted) intentional
Heading into 2017, I posted a series entitled "The Top 10 Under-Covered Stories of 2016," (which you should definitely read if you have not already) and nowhere on that list did I mention the Cardinals/Astros hacking scandal. Perhaps that's because it actually got a solid chunk of coverage when the
The Cubs finally broke the 108 year curse and came back from a 3-1 deficit to the Cleveland Indians to win the 2016 World Series! What can we expect from the defending champions in 2017? How will the losses of key players affect the clubhouse atmosphere? Will the new additions be enough to propel the Cubs back to the postseason?
The New York Mets have made quite an impact this offseason. The Mets quickly got the offseason started by resigning outfielder Yoenis Cespedes to a lucrative 4 year, 110 million dollar contract with a full no trade clause, but ever since November 30th when the Mets re-signed Cespedes, The metropolitans
After winning it all with the Chicago Cubs in 2016, Chris Coghlan entered the free agent market with little interest and a big question of where he would end up.