Dec 31, 2012
In an offseason where the Texas Rangers Front Office has received more flak than any other around baseball, I’m here to be the voice of reason amongst the angry mob. Jon Daniels and his fellow staffers have been under constant fire from the Dallas and parts of the national media since they let Josh Hamilton sign with the Angels. But let’s get real for a second.
Dec 17, 2012
The Winter Meetings have now come to an end and were just about half way through the MLB Offseason. With that in mind, I feel now's a good opportunity for me to examine what has occurred the past few weeks and see who has/has not improved their roster this offseason.
Dec 11, 2012
We take a break from your regularly scheduled football musings to look at a big trade on the baseball front – the Tampa Bay Rays have dealt All-Star pitcher and home grown talent James Shields, along with Wade Davis, to the Kansas City Royals for four prospects from the loaded Kansas City farm system.
Nov 20, 2012
With Free Agents Jake Peavy (Chicago White Sox) and David Ortiz (Boston Red Sox) resigning with their respected teams, the MLB Free Agency pool seems quite limited but there's still a few significant players to watch this offseason as the Free Agency period gets underway.
Nov 04, 2012
Following a Kick return for a Touchdown by Desmond Howard in a game between Michigan and Ohio State during the 1991 season, notable commentator Keith Jackson uttered the words “Hello Heisman” as Howard did the Heisman pose in the Michigan Stadium end zone. With that in mind, I wanted to use a similar variation of that line for current San Francisco Giants Manager Bruce Bochy “Hello Hall-of-Fame.
Aug 30, 2012
Since the beginning of this year’s spring training, Chipper Jones has been insisting that this will be his last season as a pro ballplayer and Atlanta Brave. He claims he is too old and won’t have enough of a positive effect on the team if he only plays in 100 or so games. This would be true...if he weren’t Chipper Jones.
Aug 28, 2012
Saturday, the biggest blockbuster deal to ever go down in the month of August actually happened. It was a trade that will change the future direction of both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox. The nine-player trade saw over a quarter billion dollars in remaining contracts fall in the laps of the Dodgers.
Aug 25, 2012
Can you name the only division that's had 6 of the past 8 AL Cy Young Award Winners? If you guessed the American League Central you'd be right. A large number of people feel the American League Central is a below average division shown by the number of Pennant (2005 Chicago White Sox and 2006 Detroit Tigers) and World Series winners (2005 Chicago White Sox) during those 8 years.
Aug 11, 2012
The 2012 Trade Deadline has passed and Alfonso Soriano is still a member of the Chicago Cubs. With that said, this past Trade Deadline was the first time Soriano's name was mentioned in legitimate trade rumors since the 2006 MLB Trade Deadline when he was a member of the Washington Nationals.
Jul 25, 2012
20 years is a long time. And for a fan base that has stood by loyally for that entire 20 year dry-spell, management owes them some effort. The Pirates have a solid minor league system, consisting most notably of pitchers Gerrit Cole, Jameson Taillon and outfielder Starling Marte, all of whom project as quite solid major leaguers. But this is not the time to look to the future, the time is now for Pittsburgh. Let’s look at some guys that make sense for the Pirates.
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