After last season’s disappointing 76-86 finish, the Toronto Blue Jays are off to a strong start in April, going 6-4 in their first ten games and winning three out of … Continue Reading The Jays are 8-5?
Now that we’re one week into the 2018 season and fans are already freaking out over disappointing performances by their favorite teams (looking at you, fellow Cubs fans!), I thought … Continue Reading 2018 Blue Jays Acquisitions Status Report
Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani made his MLB pitching debut on Sunday for the Los Angeles Angels against the Oakland Athletics. Other than a three-run second inning on a homer … Continue Reading Sho Far, Sho Good – Ohtani Earns Win in MLB Pitching Debut
As you may be aware, former Giants ace SP Tim Lincecum has signed a one-year deal to make a comeback bid with the Rangers. This got me thinking about what … Continue Reading What Can We Expect from 2018’s MLB Comeback Kids and Extreme Veterans?
A lot of big news hit the MLB this week, including Jake Arrieta signing with Philadelphia, as well as controversial facial expressions during the Houston Astros’ visit to the White House. … Continue Reading MLB News Potpourri: Tulowitzki and Stroman Out, Tebow Gets Cut, “Dexter’s Sexters”
After two consecutive playoff appearances in 2015 and 2016, the Blue Jays endured a disappointing 76-86 season in 2017, finishing fourth in the AL East. This was mainly due to … Continue Reading 2018 Blue Jays Season Preview: Good News and Bad News
On Saturday, ballyhooed Japanese two-way prospect Shohei Ohtani made his Spring Training debut as a pitcher for the Angels versus the Milwaukee Brewers. This may have been the most anticipated … Continue Reading Shohei Ohtani Fails to Impress in Spring Training Pitching Debut
Famed Seattle Seahawks QB, Super Bowl XLVIII champion and abstinence proponent Russell Wilson is on the move to an unexpected destination – the New York Yankees. If you were not aware, Wilson … Continue Reading Russell Wilson Traded – to the Yankees?
On Monday, the Cleveland Indians announced they will stop using the widely-derided “Chief Wahoo” logo on uniforms. However, this change will not take effect in the coming season, but in … Continue Reading Cleveland to Discontinue Use of “Chief Wahoo” on Uniforms, but Not Merchandise