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?
In the absence of live sports, many fans are reliving past days of glory for their favorite teams and players. Over the past couple of weeks, I have been watching … Continue Reading My 5 Favorite Living MLB Players
The votes have been tallied and the results are in for the 2019 Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) awards winners. This means it’s time for me to grade last … Continue Reading Grading My 2019 Awards Predictions
The final business of the 2019 MLB season will come to a close this week with the announcement of the annual Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) award winners this … Continue Reading BBWAA Awards Predictions
After losing the first two games of their home series against the Los Angeles Angels, the Toronto Blue Jays took the field Wednesday night hoping to secure a win that … Continue Reading Mike Trout Puts on a Show in 11-6 Drubbing of Jays
It seems like one of the favorite things for old fogeys to complain about these days in relation to Major League Baseball is the so-called sabermetrics revolution. Teams are increasingly … Continue Reading MLB Advanced Stats that Senior Citizens – and John Smoltz – Can Appreciate
A lot of news broke over the All-Star Break. Between the Josh Hader tweet scandal that emerged during the All-Star Game, and the Manny Machado trade to the Dodgers, one story … Continue Reading MLB Doesn’t Market Mike Trout but Claims It’s His Fault!