The Reds’ problem-Shining Cincy on the hill

Cincinnati pitching is often far behind both the rest of baseball and the offense of the team. The Reds had few great pitchers to call their own throughout their long history, which dates back to 1869, as they were the first professional ballclub. The fact of the matter is that while the Reds have had…

Philadelphia Phillies Freedom

Philadelphia is not the greatest city to live in for sports fans, but the Phillies are about to change that. With the recent success of rookie left fielder and first baseman Rhys Hoskins, hitting 18 home runs in 47 games (he started out on a streak of 11 homers in 18 games), Philadelphia is excited…

Top Ten MLB Mascots

Mascots, we all love them. From having a baseball as a head, having a really large nose, or even having their own slide, mascots are always fun to watch. So, I gave you my top ten current mascots. Screech – Washington Nationals Screech is a bald eagle, representing the nation’s bird, which makes sense because…

Top Ten MLB Logos of All Time

Montreal Expos To some, the old Montreal Expos logo just kind of looks like of a blob. But, actually it has a red, white, and blue M, with at the left end of the M is an E, for Expos. Cincinnati Reds This classic Reds logo is a man with a nice mustache and baseball…

Top Ten MLB Stadiums

Minute Maid Park – Houston, TX Whenever you have the best MLB team with a train in your stadium, you have to know Minute Maid Park won’t disappoint. . Miller Park – Milwaukee, WI If you have a giant slide in your stadium with sausages who can run you have a good shot at making…

My Top Ten MLB Uniforms

This article is about my favorite uniforms of today’s baseball worn.   Seattle Mariners With the nice turquoise colors in one of their alternate unis, the Mariners’ jerseys look pretty cool on the baseball diamond. Tampa Bay Rays The switch from Devil Rays to Rays was a smart decision in my opinion. But, Tampa has…