There’s no denying that the Yankees have been the feel good story of the 2019 season. Advertisements
Bryce Harper is one of the biggest celebrities in baseball, a popular face and brand with a command of the media not unlike LeBron James or Aaron Rodgers. Unlike LeBron and A-Rod, though, Harper has not lived up to the …
The 2019 version of Miguel Andujar isn’t the player the New York Yankees remember.
The Milwaukee Brewers polished off a ten-game homestand with eight wins and a brutal first month of the season in the rear-view mirror. They’re now cloistered with the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs atop a fiercely-contested NL Central. What’s …
At 16-10, the Trenton Thunder are currently in tied for first place in the Eastern League’s Eastern Division, a familiar theme for fans of the New York Yankees’ Double-A affiliate. The Thunder have been prominently featured at or near the …
Benchmarks for the Hall of Fame were once defined by whole numbers and equal parts quantity and quality. The new game and the new generation of players like Max Scherzer, however, are changing that perception entirely.
Wherein the writer acknowledges his prior bias against the Milwaukee Brewers’ ageless wonder, and celebrates Zach Davies‘ early-season success.
Freddy Peralta was named the de facto #2 starter for the 2019 Milwaukee Brewers. After three starts and the expanding sample size, is it time to wonder if the Brewers expected too much from their promising young hurler?
Harper mashes, deGrom deals, and the Orioles and Rays start strong in this week’s inaugural East Coast Bias.
When you’re handed tickets to Opening Day out of nowhere, principles go out the window.