The Chicago Cubs faced the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field for the rubber match of their five-game weekend series on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball broadcast. Sophmore Cubs starter Justin … Continue Reading Sunday Night Baseball Recap: Man of Steele Cannot Save Cubs vs. Cards
The Chicago Cubs will kick off the Memorial Day MLB slate with a day-night doubleheader at Wrigley Field to open their four-game series against Milwaukee. The pitching matchup for the … Continue Reading Cubs and Brewers Pitching Prospects to Duel in Today’s Doubleheader
Joey Votto, MLB’s greatest active Canadian-born player, returned to Toronto for what perhaps may be the final series of his career against his hometown Toronto Blue Jays. His ability to … Continue Reading Joey Votto Bangs Game Winner in Hometown Series Finale
After a successful 13-game stint with the Washington Nationals’ AAA affiliate club, former Cub Carl Edwards Jr. was promoted to the majors. Edwards has yet to pitch consistently well enough … Continue Reading Old Friends Carl Edwards Jr. and Steve Cishek Reunite in Washington
After a doubleheader sweep on Saturday, the Chicago Cubs sought to salvage their home series against the Los Angeles Dodgers during their ESPN Sunday Night Baseball appearance. The news released … Continue Reading Cubs Suffer Series Sweep Against Dodgers on Sunday Night Baseball
On Sunday, the Angels’ other two-way player, Michael Lorenzen, took the mound against the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field on Sunday. While Lorenzen has yet to pull double … Continue Reading Lorenzen Goes Deep in Angels’ 15th Victory
On Saturday, Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera recorded career hit number 3,000 during Detroit’s 13-0 rout of the Colorado Rockies in the first half of a double-header, the finishing touch on … Continue Reading Which MLB Player Will Be Next to 3,000 Hits?
After dropping the middle two games of a road series at Coors Field, the Chicago Cubs needed a victory to head home with a series split. They scored five early … Continue Reading Suzuki Slams 4th HR in Cubs Victory at Coors
With two teams actively tanking, the National League Central Division is one of the weaker divisions in Major League Baseball. This means teams in the mushy middle could overperform expectations … Continue Reading Ranking the NL Central Pitching Rotations
Opening Day 2022 is here, delayed by one week thanks to an owners’ lockout which protracted collective bargaining negotiations. This year will bring big changes, like a universal designated hitter. … Continue Reading 2022 Opening Day Preview
On Saturday, April 2nd, the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) opened its milestone 40th season of professional baseball. Former Toronto Blue Jay Wilmer Font nearly entered his name in the league’s … Continue Reading KBO Opens 40th Season with Unofficial Perfect Game
After a Cy Young runner-up campaign in 2019, Hyun Jin Ryu took his talents to Toronto to serve in the role of #1 starter for an emerging playoff hopeful. José … Continue Reading Who Is the Blue Jays’ #1 Starter?
Last week, two of the top remaining 2022 free agents, Kris Bryant and Carlos Correa, reached agreements with the Colorado Rockies and Minnesota Twins, respectively. The overwhelming reaction by MLB … Continue Reading Commentators Puzzled by Bryant and Correa Deals with Flyover Teams
It took a few days to heat the stove after the end of the MLB owners’ lockout, but transactions are now being made at a furious pace. The Toronto Blue … Continue Reading Blue Jays Add Arms Amid Flurry of Weekend Transactions
It is becoming increasingly likely that the MLB season will start around one month late. This length of cancellation represents a very sweet spot for owners: they can cut players’ … Continue Reading Want to Watch Baseball? LMB Opening Day is April 21
After a lockout and a lengthy period of inaction on the part of the league, MLB and players’ union representatives met for a week of in-person talks at the end … Continue Reading MLB’s Self-Imposed Delay a Classic Case of Cutting Off Nose to Spite Face