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Social Media Friday!

We’ll call this Social Media Friday! Below are MLB players and ex-players posts on Instagram. You can see what kind of pictures they’re posting and even start to follow them … Continue Reading →

Team USA

Oh My God! Team USA Downs Dominicans, Advances To Championship Round

The elimination game between the United States and the Dominican Republic was filled with thrilling highlights and historic moments. It ended with Team USA defeating the Dominican club by a … Continue Reading →

Imports Dragon rolls out new lineup of Baseball Figures for 2017

As mentioned back in December, a new wave of your favorite baseball stars was expected to be announced. Some of the games biggest stars are now available for order, and … Continue Reading →

Hank Aaron Award

DAVID ORTIZ, KRIS BRYANT WIN THE 2016 HANK AARON AWARDS MLB Awards Recognize Most Outstanding Offensive Performer in Each League

David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox and Kris Bryant of the National League Champion Chicago Cubs have been selected as the American League and National League winners of the … Continue Reading →

Stanton injury leaves alot of question marks for Marlins

The good news for the Miami Marlins is that they MIGHT have enough offensive firepower to stay in contention without Giancarlo Stanton for the remainder of the season. The bad … Continue Reading →

We need to appreciate our superstars while we have them

                                Like him or not, Alex Rodriguez was a once in a lifetime talent in … Continue Reading →

Giancarlo Stanton Crushes The Competition At The 2016 MLB Home Run Derby

    The Home Run Derby was the stage that Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton was able to show the MLB world his home run power! I’m sure everyone already knew … Continue Reading →

MLB All-Rookie Team

Being a rookie in Major League Baseball is alot different than any other sport. You’re called a “rookie” but you have been playing professionally for a few years, especially if … Continue Reading →

Andrew McCutchen will push Bucs to postseason

The Pittsburgh Pirates finally ended their much publicized and long drought last season when they won 94 games and made the postseason as a Wild Card. As we all probably … Continue Reading →

Keeping track of possible 100-RBI seasons

How impressive is a 100-RBI season? Is it as big an accomplishment as it used to be? Back in the 1950’s-60’s it was a big feat for a player to … Continue Reading →