Last night I sat down for a nice 2 ½ hour, 9 inning game between the Giants and the Reds. This was at 7:15. I was not ready for the horrors waiting for me.
7:25: Wow, a nice home run from Span! This game could be a blowout, which will end
It’s only a month into the season, and sample sizes are still too small to make definitive conclusions about how the league will look come October. It’s never too early for some harmless prognosticating though, so let’s take a look at one player from each division who could change teams
The Cincinnati Reds didn’t hit a single pinch hit home run during the 2016 season. Three games into the 2017 season, they already have their first of the season. This one came off the bat of reliever Michael Lorenzen.
Lorenzen originally had the day off, but was sent up to pitch
After trading away veteran 2B Brandon Phillips, the Reds hope to find a way to stay out of last place in the NL Central.
By this point in the Fantasy Baseball season, most people are relatively informed on the big name “sleepers”. Players such as Aaron Nola, James Paxton, Jose Peraza, or Javier Baez. I want to examine one popular sleeper that I am a fan of and one player that i’m more cautious
According to Mark Sheldon of MLB.com, the Cincinnati Reds have agreed to a one-year deal with reliever Drew Storen. The deal is a major league level contract, worth around $3 million plus a chance for some incentives.
In 38 appearances with the Toronto Blue Jays last season Storen was a disaster.
It is November and Donald Trump has just been elected President of the United States, but there happen to be a few more things going on in the world. So, if you'd like, take a look below at some of the most recent rumors throughout baseball.
11/08/16 Report: The New York Mets have
The Arizona Fall League features many of the biggest prospects from all 30 MLB teams. Scouts from all 30 teams were in attendance to see the future of professional baseball take center stage.
The East Lineup (* - Denotes MLB club's #1 prospect according to MLB.com)
SS Franklin Barreto (A's)*
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;