In 2018, Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels was the first player in Major League Baseball to make the two-way 15/50 club (15 home runs and 50 IP in a season) since … Continue Reading MLB’s Other Two-Way Player
Zack Greinke, acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks by the Houston Astros to bolster their rotation ahead of the postseason, has become the third active pitcher to record 200 MLB wins … Continue Reading Zack Greinke is 3rd Active Pitcher to 200 Wins
Los Angeles Angels INF/DH Albert Pujols reached another milestone in his 19th MLB season with hit number 3,167 during the 4th inning of the Angels’ Wednesday night contest against the … Continue Reading Pujols Passes Beltré on MLB Career Hits List
Over one year after the strange spectacle at Miller Park when then-reliever Adrian Houser of the Milwaukee Brewers tossed fastballs and cookies TWO TIMES against the Philadelphia Phillies, it happened AGAIN in the … Continue Reading I Said There’s No Puking in Baseball, Godammit!
The 2019 edition of the MLB All-Star Game was held Tuesday night at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Play got underway following a brief moment of silence in honor of Los … Continue Reading American League Continues All-Star Game Dominance with 4-1 Victory over NL
The Chicago White Sox recalled top pitching prospect Dylan Cease from Charlotte to start the first game of their day-night doubleheader against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday afternoon at Guaranteed … Continue Reading Cease Wins MLB Debut with Chisox
In a prior post, I discussed the hypocrisy of claims by members of the Chicago Cubs organization that players’ character matters in relation to the domestic abuse allegations against Cubs … Continue Reading Time to Cut the Bullshit (Again)!
After some unpleasant news on Sunday night regarding the NL Second Base Gold Glove Award, it was announced that Cubs INF Javier Báez was one of the top vote recipients … Continue Reading Javy Báez is an NL MVP Award Finalist!
Now that the 2018 MLB season has come to a close and a new champion has been crowned, teams are now focusing on building their rosters for the coming year. … Continue Reading Weighing the Options
The Boston Red Sox came into Game 5 of the World Series with a 3-1 advantage looking to put away the Los Angeles Dodgers for their franchise’s ninth World Series … Continue Reading Red Sox Slug Their Way to Ninth World Series Title
After their Game 3 walkoff win in an 18-inning marathon, the Los Angeles Dodgers came into Game 4 of the World Series looking to tie with the Boston Red Sox. … Continue Reading Dodgers Blow 4-Run Lead to Drop World Series Game 4
The Boston Red Sox came into Game 3 of the 2018 World Series with a 2-0 lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rookie SP Walker Buehler took the ball for … Continue Reading Dodgers Win 18-Inning Marathon
Wednesday’s World Series matchup featured a second night of lefty starting pitchers: Hyun-Jin Ryu of the Dodgers against David Price of the Red Sox, who was looking for his second … Continue Reading World Series Game 2 Recap: LA Blows Lead
The World Series opened on Tuesday night between the Los Angeles Dodgers, representing the National League, and the Boston Red Sox, representing the American League. The starting pitching matchup featured … Continue Reading Boston Victorious in World Series Game 1
The National League Championship Series came down to a seventh and final game on Saturday. The Milwaukee Brewers were looking for a second World Series appearance in the history of … Continue Reading Dodgers Win NL Pennant
The Los Angeles Dodgers came into Game 6 of the National League Championship Series with a 3-2 lead over the Milwaukee Brewers looking for a win to stamp a second … Continue Reading Brewers Force Game 7