5 Potential Blockbuster Trades That Would Shake Up the League

Slowly but surely, the MLB Free Agents are finally starting to come off the board as George Springer signs with the Blue Jays and Michael Brantley re-signs with the Astros. This market has been one of the slowest ever and it seems teams would rather trade for talent rather than give long term commitments toContinue reading “5 Potential Blockbuster Trades That Would Shake Up the League”

Benny Biceps: Boston’s Golden Boy Could be on the Move

With the Red Sox having a very down year in an abbreviated 60 game season, Jackie Bradley Jr. headed to free agency, and losing Mookie Betts prior to the start of 2020, it looks like the Red Sox are trying to save their team. With younger talent at the big-league level at this time, AlexContinue reading “Benny Biceps: Boston’s Golden Boy Could be on the Move”

The “6-year Window” Theory: What it is and How it Works

Ladies and gentlemen, I have a theory about successful baseball teams and how most organizations should try to run. Yes, there will always be exceptions but I have a rule of thumb. I call it: the “6-year window”.  Now what does this mean exactly? Allow me to explain. We’ve seen that most teams that becomeContinue reading “The “6-year Window” Theory: What it is and How it Works”

Fair Weather Fan Guide: 5 Bandwagons to hop on before the 2021 MLB Season

Every year it seems as though baseball fans will come out of the woodworks once “their” team starts to perform. I would be far from surprised if the Padres suddenly had a massive influx of fans this season, what with all the moves they’ve made this offseason, they are going to be a very funContinue reading “Fair Weather Fan Guide: 5 Bandwagons to hop on before the 2021 MLB Season”

How Agent Rachel Luba and Trevor Bauer are Changing Baseball for the Better

The 2020-2021 free agent class has shown to have a ton of talent but, as it pertains to starting pitching, there is a clear and obvious Goliath: Trevor Bauer. Bauer is coming off of his best season by far, and one of the most impressive 11-start runs in the history of baseball that won himContinue reading “How Agent Rachel Luba and Trevor Bauer are Changing Baseball for the Better”

Cubs Fans: It’s Time for the Rebuild

Cubs fans, if you are reading this, I am sorry. In 2016, the Chicago Cubs, led by the Theo Epstien regime, were at the height of baseball stardom. Young budding superstars like MVP Kris Bryant, All-star and fan favorite Anthony Rizzo, and current franchise player/ super star Javy Baez, among others, were winning games andContinue reading “Cubs Fans: It’s Time for the Rebuild”

5 Potential Landing Spots for Willson Contreras

Today, it was reported by Bob Nightengale that the Cubs are now shopping their 28-year-old catcher Willson Contreras. Contreras has been one of the best and most consistent catchers in the league since 2017 and has major power upside and one of the best arms in the league. I imagine there will be many teamsContinue reading “5 Potential Landing Spots for Willson Contreras”

The Rockstar GM: A.J. Preller

In 2014, the Padres hired A.J. Preller to be their new GM. Today, Preller traded for Blake Snell and Yu Darvish to try and put together a rotation to take the NL West crown away from the Dodgers. How did Preller turn the Padres from a horrible franchise that had made the playoffs 5 timesContinue reading “The Rockstar GM: A.J. Preller”

It’s Called the Hall of Fame. Baseball Writers Association of America, this is for you.

We have seen the Game’s greats go to Cooperstown, New York time and time again, where they belong. Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Sandy Koufax, Willie Mays, Ted Williams. More recently, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Chipper Jones and Trevor Hoffman, to name a few. Some of the Game’s best names have had their faceContinue reading “It’s Called the Hall of Fame. Baseball Writers Association of America, this is for you.”

Looking at Every Team’s Biggest Homerun Ever: AL East

Prologue Stahead.com has a statistic that can calculate the percent change in World Series Chances based on a single play in a game. I used this data to find the most important homerun in every single team’s history. I am going to make six separate posts for each division going through every single team’s biggestContinue reading “Looking at Every Team’s Biggest Homerun Ever: AL East”