The Vegas Squares discuss the potential of no baseball season in 2020 after the latest proposal has left both sides far apart on negotiations. Episode 178 – To MLB Or Not To MLB? 2 The Squares discuss the potential of no 2020 MLB season after the latest proposal is rejected.
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 […]
Today would’ve been Opening Day for the MLB. Obviously it isn’t. I had an article all ready to go about how it should be a national holiday. Whenever the MLB resumes and has it’s official Opening Day, I’ll probably re-post. For now, let’s just pretend for a moment that today […]
Every now and again you need some bloopers or oddities in sports. Here’s some from baseball. https://youtu.be/8Ket3BFas7E Enjoy your Wednesday everyone, right, it’s Wednesday??? I thought so. Either way have a good day!
The World is in a weird place right now. No one knows exactly when things will get back to normal. The last time the sports world faced a situation like this was after the tragic events of 9/11. It took a bit for everything to get a feel of normalcy […]
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https://youtu.be/gNt3UuDTBz8 The 2001 World Series was one of the most dramatic and incredible series in MLB history. The Diamondbacks rode the backs of their two aces in Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling. The ending though, came down to the greatest closer of all time in Mariano Rivera vs. Luis Gonzalez. […]
Trevor Bauer isn’t the normal MLB player. He has always been very outspoken and that is what has made people either love or hate him. This offseason in particular has been an interesting one for Bauer, who came out very harshly against the Commissioner and his ideas for expanding the […]
The Yankees had an injury crisis throughout all of last year. It seems nothing has changed heading into the 2020 season. First, it was James Paxton, who needed back surgery and will be out until the middle of June. Now, the news has come that Luis Severino will need Tommy […]
Rob Manfred made a statement that no one involved with the MLB should ever say, let alone the commissioner of the league. He described the World Series trophy as, “a piece of metal”. That’s correct, he described the trophy that every team, fanbase, and organization strive for…a piece of metal. […]
It seems nowadays that every professional league is looking at new ways to grow the game. The NBA is considering regular season and postseason changes, the NFL is considering adding another game, and now the MLB is getting involved in the fun. Rob Manfred and the MLB have presented an […]
The deal is done, well pending physicals. That’s right, Mookie Betts is going to be a Dodger and it just doesn’t feel normal to say or write. It’s the reality that Red Sox fans are facing and unsurprising they aren’t very happy about it. Trust me, I’m one of them. […]
Bancroft Bandits are having a record-setting summer season in the Pioneer Collegiate Baseball League. Success at this level often leads to players turning professional and that has happened five times now in Bancroft. Pitchers Hunter Robichaux, a senior from Bucknell University, and Ray Diaz of Marymount California University both inked […]
Pioneer Collegiate Baseball League leaders Bancroft Bandits will be three pitchers short when they resume action this week after a trio signed professional contracts. Right hander Nile Ball will be making the jump from collegiate summer ball in northern Iowa to Sioux City Explorers of the American Association of Independent […]