For those of you who don’t know, the first overall pick in the 2009 draft was none other than Stephen Strasburg. However, for this article we are going to assume that the Washington Nationals selected Mike Trout over Stephen Strasburg. Bud Selig steps to the podium. With the first selection,
The Diamondbacks hope to get in the mix in the NL West after a disappointing, injury-plagued season in 2016.
According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Arizona Diamondbacks have signed free agent catcher Jeff Mathis to a two year deal worth $4 million. Mathis, 33, will earn $2 million in both 2017 and 2018. Mathis will replace the departing Wellington Castillo as the Diamondbacks' starting catcher, though he will
Just to be clear, this is the 2016-2017 offseason. I know you might be confused, considering you probably read three or four articles with similar titles before the 2016 season started. If you know anything about Jake Lamb, you already know how that ended up. At the All Star Break in
The MLB Offseason has officially started, and below are a list of the Free Agents you might be hearing about. Atlanta Braves (3): Bonifacio, Emilio; O'Flaherty, Eric; Pierzynski, A.J. Arizona Diamondbacks (2): Hudson, Dan; Weeks, Rickie Baltimore Orioles (10): Alvarez, Pedro; Bourn, Michael; Duensing, Brian; Hunter, Tommy; Ondrusek, Logan; Pearce, Steve; Reimold, Nolan;
According to Jon Heyman, sources told him on Saturday that the Diamondbacks have secured an interview with former major league infielder Alex Cora for their vacant managerial job. The D-Back’s recently hired GM Mike Hazen has some connections with Cora which is why he may be a strong candidate. Hazel was