Clayton Kershaw - Photo Credit - Keith Allison

No one could have seen these unreal numbers coming from Ace

When Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander became the first pitcher since Dennis Eckersley (1992) and first starting pitcher since Roger Clemens (1986) to win the offensive-heavy MVP award in 2011, … Continue Reading →


NL MVP feedback

National League MVP – Favorites And Sleepers

Well, we’ve made it to September. Most teams have right around 20 games left to play and the sense of “Do Or Die” has definitely crept into the minds of … Continue Reading →


Matt Kemp - Photo Credit - Keith Allison

Could Matt Kemp still be traded?

  These past couple of seasons have been tough on Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp. He was on top of the world after the 2011 season, finishing second in … Continue Reading →


Yasiel Puig and Juan Uribe Dodgers - Photo Credit: Ron Reiring  (Flickr Creative Commons)

All Star Break Over For The Dodgers

It’s that time of the year again where baseballs brightest stars just finished gathering in one city to put on a big show. The all-star break is finally over and … Continue Reading →


Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman - Photo Credit - Keith Allison

All Star break over, now back to baseball

  The dust has settled on the All-Star festivities. We have had the Home Run Derby, the actual All-Star game, all the tributes, and players were able to catch a … Continue Reading →


Dee Gordon - Photo Credit - Bridget Samuels

Dee Gordon awarded with All-Star selection

  The Los Angeles Dodgers — leaders of the NL West,  are sending 4 players to the All-Star game in Minnesota. Three of those players were basically expected to be … Continue Reading →


Clayton Kershaw - Photo Credit - Salina Canizales

Kershaw proving that he’s the best pitcher in baseball

  Let’s look back.  Friday June 13th to be exact. The Los Angeles Dodgers were leading the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-0 in the third inning with one out with D’Backs second … Continue Reading →


Mike Trout - Photo Credit - Matthew D. Britt

Weekend preview : Looking at some key games

  Wow, what a difference a week makes. Last week, we were talking about the red hot Kansas City Royals,  the scuffling Detroit Tigers,  the suddenly rejuvenated Philadelphia Phillies — … Continue Reading →


Chad Billingsley Dodgers

Chad Billingsley: Injury Could End Dodgers Career

The Los Angeles Dodgers right-hand pitcher, Chad Billingsley, has been recovering from Tommy John surgery and waiting for some results. He has had many setbacks and had to stop a … Continue Reading →


Zack Greinke Dodgers

Greinke’s Streak Comes to An End

Nothing lasts forever. The Los Angeles Dodgers’ starting pitcher Zack Greinke, found this out recently when his streak of giving up two or fewer runs in 21 consecutive starts came … Continue Reading →