The Mets take on the Phillies in an NL East showdown. I got Francisco Lindor having a great game in primetime. MVP- Francisco Lindor 7,500 Star- Pete Alonso 9,000 – Michael Conforto 5,500 – Andrew McCutchen 7,000 – Jeff McNeil 6,000
Been having a great start to the MLB season, hitting the green in close to 60% of contests thus far. Last night we doubled up on the Angels and Mariners single game contest. Today we focus on a matchup of a last place team in the Rangers and a first […]
The Tigers take on the Royals in the fourth of a four game series. The Royals won the first three games heading into today. Lineups are official making it easier to navigate the player pool. MVP- Whit Merrifield 9,500 STAR- Carlos Santana 8,500 – Jorge Soler 6,500 – Ryan O’Hearn […]
Marlins take on the Giants today after getting the W in SF yesterday. Going with a 2 Marlins and 3 Giants as San Francisco has been playing well to start the season! MVP Jazz Chisholm Jr 9,000 STAR Mike Yastrzemski 7,500 – Brandon Belt 5,500 – Jesus Aguilar 6,500 […]
Baseball is an amazing sport. A wooden bat cracks a white leather ball with red threads. The ball simmers through the air and then bounces off the dirt into the leather glove of a charging athlete. The athlete gathers the ball in their glove, grabs the ball with their other bare […]
This is starting to become a habit. The MLB has decided nobody was worthy of induction into their Hall of Fame for 2021, a hall in which has produced only one unanimous inductee (Mariano Rivera). I am starting to think the voters are complete snobs as if to say “nobody […]
In this crazy Major League Baseball season, some teams are already 20 percent completed with their regular season schedule. Some teams have still been unable to play seven games yet due to multiple corona-virus outbreaks. It seems unfair to rank the top five MLB teams this early into the season, […]
Major League Baseball has run into a bit of a problem with the Coronavirus. On two baseball teams there have been minor coronavirus issues, but the Miami Marlins have now had major coronavirus issues with 14 of their staff members testing positive for the virus. This now begs the question […]
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A Major League baseball team would need to win 45 games to win 75 percent of their regular season games this season. It seems impossible for a team to end their season with a record of 45 wins and 15 losses, but in a 60 game season anything could happen. […]
The Major League Baseball season starts on Thursday, July 23rd and one of the game’s best power hitters ever may not reach his full potential because of the shortened season. The 60-game baseball season may affect Albert Pujols from getting the most home runs possible in his career. The 40-year […]
A shortened season could be the best thing possible for the Chicago Cubs.
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The MLB owners have approved an 82 game season that would start July 4th weekend. It will now be up to the players union to approve the idea as well. Of course, there will be a few issues to iron out. The main issue being money and the safety for […]
We are gonna get real live baseball games starting tomorrow. The KBO (Korean Baseball Organization) has made a deal with ESPN. The worldwide leader in sports will become the exclusive english language home for the KBO. ESPN will televise South Korea’s Korea Baseball Organization games during the upcoming 2020 season, […]
The MLB is looking to restart its season sometime in June and at the latest early July. This is great news for baseball fans, but it needs to be taken with a grain of salt. The league is optimistic the season can start then. That’s assuming there isn’t a 2nd […]
The long awaited punishment from the investigation into the Red Sox came out and it was a complete dud. Yes, the Red Sox lost a 2nd round pick, but the build up to the announcement seemed to indicate a much harsher sentence would be handed down. Instead, this is the […]
The MLB is ahead of the game in providing its players a platform to entertain and show off their personalities. Yes, Major League Baseball, you didn’t read that wrong. The league that is usually behind the NFL and NBA in all social aspects, is ahead of both during this time […]
As I said in my last article, today would’ve been Opening Day for the MLB. We have no real games being played. The MLB decided it will still have a version of Opening Day to give the fans something to do while quarantined. https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/1242856390592548867/photo/1 That’s right, we are getting a […]