9 Bold Predictions for the 2017 Season

By: Mike Carter It’s time for another edition of bold predictions, mist of which will not happen this year. Or any year. But let’s give it another shot with Spring Training ending this week, and the final positional battles playing themselves out. First things first, if you disagree with me, please write in the comments.…

Hot Stove Week in Review Dec 19-25

I hope everyone had a great Holiday season and a Merry Christmas. With New Year’s right around the corner, Pitchers and Catchers begin reporting February 12th. Most teams still have a lot of work. January and February is when teams add depth and many important pieces. Here’s to your team adding the player that puts…

The Case for Manny Ramirez

By: William Earl Robinson Jr. This year is probably one of the most interesting votes in hall of fame history. Why? Well there are one hundred fewer voters this year than there were last year and when you are talking about 550 down to 450 that are about 18% of the voters that have now…

Hot Stove Week in Review Nov 2-6

NEWS Former Royals closer is set to host a showcase for interested teams in the next week. He missed the 2016 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery. He was an All-Star in 2013 and 2014. The Phillies have announced they have hired Matt Stairs to be their new hitting coach. He played in 19…

World Series Thoughts

By Josh: The clash of teams that haven’t won a World Series title in not only my lifetime but my father’s lifetime, is set to begin on Tuesday in Cleveland. A battle of Midwest team vs Midwest team will excite all of the East coast bias media outlets (don’t even try to deny it ESPN)…

World Series Prediction by Mike

By: Mike Carter In the last few days, we have seen some amazing things happen in the baseball world. The World Series is upon us, with the upstart Cleveland Indians pitted against the spring favorite, the Chicago Cubs. The coming week is what we long for when baseball season starts every year, when hope is…

ALCS/NLCS Predictions

By: Kelly ALCS: Toronto Blue Jays (89-73) at Cleveland Indians (95-67) Well I had both the Blue Jays and Indians losing in the NLDS. The Blue Jays had a lot better pitching then I thought and the Indians had a lot better offense then I thought. So who do I want to jinx in this…