Joey Gallo

Should Texas Rangers Buy or Sell?

The Texas Rangers are with the rest of the American League West, sitting 13 games back of the division-leading Astros. Fortunately, they’re only a game and a half back of the second wild card spot. They received good news on Monday in the return of starting pitcher Cole Hamels. Cole Hamels is scheduled to pitch…

The Rise And Fall Of National League Pitching

Half of the best National League pitchers of 2016 have taken a hit, but the other half is still going strong. The three pitchers, Jake Arrieta, Noah Syndergaard, and Madison Bumgarner have been either hurt or terrible this year, but the other three pitchers, Max Scherzer, Jon Lester, and Clayton Kershaw, have been definite all-star…

The Rookie Home Run Race

Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger are shocking all of baseball with the insane numbers they’re putting up. The two rookies haven’t even played half the season, yet, but they’re the top two home run hitters in baseball! Currently, my guess for the coming Home Run Derby looks as if the participants will be Giancarlo Stanton…

Sanchez

Who Will Be Next Ace For Phillies?

The Philadelphia Phillies haven’t had a surefire, homegrown front-line starter since Cole Hamels who broke into the league in 2006 at age 22 and helped lead the Phillies to their second ever World Series Championship in 2008, where he was named MVP of the series. Hamels is now with the Rangers, and the Phillies have spent the…

Anthony Rizzo

Anthony Rizzo Leads Off To Success

Anthony Rizzo has begun leading off for the Chicago Cubs and Joe Maddon’s expert managing has led the Cubs to an insane winning streak. Rizzo, a power hitter who would usually be found in the cleanup spot, the best leadoff hitter in baseball. He’s been hitting home runs like clockwork. Rizzo, one of the key…

Max Scherzer

Can’t Catch A Break: Scherzer Loses It In The 8th

When A.J. Ellis took the bat against Max Scherzer last Wednesday night, the 36,742 Miami fans at Marlins Park stood on their feet, hoping to either win the game or witness history. With one away in the bottom of the 8th inning of the 1-0 Nats lead, the catcher, Ellis, stared down the Washington Nationals’…