Mariners Slugger Robinson Cano Placed On DL

The Seattle Mariners announced Tuesday, second baseman Robinson Cano has been placed on the Disabled List with a strained right quad. This move is retroactive to May 13th, and this … Continue Reading →


Seattle Mariners

Why This Could (Actually) Be the Year: an Optimistic Look Ahead at the 2017 Mariners

Flashback to 2016, It’s the second to last game of the year and meaningful baseball is still being played by the Seattle Mariners. Sure they lost, and missed the playoffs … 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 →


Rougned Odor’s production has made Rangers not miss Ian Kinsler

  When Ian Kinsler was shipped off to the Detroit Tigers before the 2014 season it was probably hard for both sides. Kinsler was leaving the only organization that he ever … Continue Reading →


Ichiro Suzuki’s Road to 3,000 Hits

Miami Marlins‘ Ichiro Suzuki became the 30th member of the 3,000 hit club. This a huge milestone that is not easy to do. You have to be a flat out … Continue Reading →


2016 HotStoveMLB.com’s All Star Rosters Voted By Our Readers

Below is the All Star Starting Lineup and full rosters that has been voted by our HotStoveMLB.com readers. American League Starting Lineup P: Chris Sale, CWS C: Salvador Perez, KC … Continue Reading →


Astros Begin to Gain Momentum

After a slow start to the 2016 season, the Houston Astros have finally picked up some momentum. On Wednesday night, the Astros collected back to back victories for the first … Continue Reading →


Spring Training Preview: New York Yankees

With pitchers and catchers reporting in Tampa, it’s time to look at the New York Yankees‘ 2015 season. The 2014 Yankees missed out on the post season for the second … 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 →


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 →