Three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer leads active MLB pitchers with 3,020 career strikeouts over 14 seasons. The future Hall of Famer secured his legacy by winning the 2019 … Continue Reading Which MLB Players Have Had Multi-Homer Games Against Max Scherzer?
This is a continuation from last week’s post discussing the voting results of the 1993 American League MVP Award. This week, I will be reviewing the National League results. While … Continue Reading Revisiting the 1993 NL MVP Voting
The Toronto Blue Jays’ 2021 campaign made franchise history after the recent announcement that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Marcus Semien are finalists in the year’s American League MVP voting. This … Continue Reading Revisiting the 1993 AL MVP Voting
The Houston Astros met the Boston Red Sox for Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night. With the series tied at one game apiece, who would … Continue Reading LCS Round Day 4: Slammin’ Sox
Weekend League Championship series action continued on Saturday with Game 2 of the American League Championship Series, followed by Game 1 of the National League Championship Series. Kiké Hernández continued … Continue Reading LCS Round Day 2: Record Day for Red Sox, Atlanta Walkoff Victory
In his eighth start as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Max Scherzer, one of MLB’s greatest active pitchers, achieved a significant milestone: 3,000 strikeouts. This came in a … Continue Reading Scherzer Pummels Pads, Passes 3,000 Ks
Victor Caratini was not fortunate enough to be part of the Chicago Cubs’ 2016 championship run, making his MLB debut for the Cubs against the Washington Nationals on June 28 of … Continue Reading Victor Caratini’s Memorable MLB Moments
Detroit Tigers great and future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera hit MLB career home run number 499 against the Baltimore Orioles on August 11. It would be eleven days until … Continue Reading Miguel Cabrera Hits Career HR #500, Tigers Beat Jays 5-3
This past weekend saw the continuation of the season series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, which has been widely considered to be a potential National League … Continue Reading Tatis Jr.’s Record Weekend
Author Jim Passon fired up the Wayback Machine with a tidbit posted on Saturday about how MLB insider Bob Nightengale shared his updates in the days before Twitter. In 1995, … Continue Reading Who Remembers MLB’s 900 Numbers?
On Friday, the Atlanta baseball franchise released word that Henry “Hank” Aaron, the legendary outfielder who broke Babe Ruth‘s MLB career home run record in 1974, passed away at the … Continue Reading The GOAT Has Passed
Voting is underway for the 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame (BBHoF) ballot. Results will be announced on January 26, with the 2021 class induction to take place on July 25, … Continue Reading Baseball Hall Needs to Revamp Voting Process
Unusual circumstances led future Hall of Fame pitcher Zack Greinke to start three games in a single season for the first time since 1917 on July 13, 2012. This occurred … Continue Reading On This Day in 2012: Zack Greinke Starts Third Consecutive Game
Kerry Wood began his MLB career with a Rookie of the Year campaign and a record-tying 20 strikeout game in 1998 in just his fifth career start. He would record … Continue Reading On This Day in 2012: Kerry Wood Records Final K
Former Cubs first baseman Mark Grace was a mainstay for the Northsiders over 13 seasons, securing a place among the all-time franchise greats with a .303/.386/.445 slash line and four … Continue Reading On This Day in 1999: Mark Grace’s First Grand Slam
Beloved former Chicago Cub and 2016 world champion Dexter Fowler was a more prolific base stealer in his first full MLB season than he is today. On this day in … Continue Reading On This Day in 2009: Dexter Fowler Ties Rookie Stolen Base Record