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 →


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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 →


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Royals Claim Tyler Olson & Dodgers Sign Will Venable

Royals Claim Tyler Olson & Transfer Mike Moustakas to 60-day DL The Kansas City Royals announced today that they have claimed left-handed pitcher Tyler Olson off waivers from the New … Continue Reading →


Royals Rough Road Trip

The Kansas City Royals are looking to bounce back from a six game road trip that they would like to forget. The Royals went 1-5 on this road trip and … Continue Reading →


Choo is finally playing like the guy the Rangers paid for

Please do not be fooled by the last two games by the Texas Rangers. I know they have scored 25 runs in the past two contests versus the New York … Continue Reading →


Adam Jones showing why he is the face of the O’s franchise

  Adam Jones is the undisputed leader of the Baltimore Orioles. There’s no question about it. He’s been a huge reason the Orioles have gone from a 68-win team in … Continue Reading →


What Should We Expect From A-Rod?

“It does not exactly sound like a huge vote of confidence in your player when you say “I can’t expect him to be anything”. The mighty has definitely fallen. Hard. … 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 →


Pineda and McCarthy look to lead the Yanks back to postseason

  Before the season, the New York Yankees starting pitching staff looked to be in pretty good shape. It was assumed that they had two aces in CC Sabathia and … Continue Reading →