What’s Wrong With The Chicago Cubs?

So what’s wrong with the Chicago Cubs? That’s the question everyone is asking in Chicago right now. Last year the Cubs got off to a ridiculously hot start. They won … Continue Reading →

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 →

Mariners have a shot to move up in standings

With the Seattle Mariners winning 72 games last season, one had to wonder what exactly Robinson Cano saw in the team when he signed that huge 10-year $240 million deal … Continue Reading →

As Rays keep winning, the trade rumors stop

  Nevermind their most recent loss to the Milwaukee Brewers — the Tampa Bay Rays are back. They finished off a magnificent July with a 5-0 loss to the Brew … Continue Reading →

Rick Porcello has been Tigers most reliable starter

  Remember when the Detroit Tigers were reeling after that hot start and the Kansas City Royals were hot, winning 10 games in a row, including the first three of … Continue Reading →

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 →

Jose Bautista Blue Jays

Blue Jays Relying On Their Offense

Anytime you are in a division as tough as the AL East, it will be extremely difficult to make that step from bottom dweller, to up and coming team, to … Continue Reading →

Colorado Rockies Star Power: Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez

Infielder Troy Tulowitzki played 126 games in 2013, and has missed an astonishing 282 games over the last six seasons while playing shortstop for the Colorado Rockies. Outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, … Continue Reading →