BLOG #16: Does Perfect Mean Nothing Anymore?

A lot has happened so far in the first week of the 2022 season. Steven Kwan forgot what it’s like to swing and miss at a baseball, Alyssa Nakken of the San Francisco Giants became the first woman to be an on-field coach in MLB history, and Clayton Kershaw threw seven perfect innings with 13Continue reading “BLOG #16: Does Perfect Mean Nothing Anymore?”

BLOG #15: Power Rankings 1-10

10 Philadelphia Phillies This team will most likely finish third in the N.L. East this year, although with the injury to deGrom, Mets fans can begin to worry. Third place in this division is not a bad thing, however, as the Mets, Braves, and Phillies could all potentially make the playoffs. Harper and Castellanos willContinue reading “BLOG #15: Power Rankings 1-10”

BLOG #14: Power Rankings 11-30

Opening Day is right around the corner! With tons of moves, some minor rule changes, and the announcement that Geovany Soto is back swinging a bat I think we are all ready for baseball. I will hopefully be lucky enough to avoid watching my Cubs lose at Wrigley on Thursday, but there are 29 otherContinue reading “BLOG #14: Power Rankings 11-30”

BLOG #11: NL Central Projections

The first two weeks of Spring Training is under way, and fans have finally gotten an initial glimpse of live baseball in 2021. There is always this “extra buzz” during the March portion of a baseball season, and while some fans aren’t exactly impressed with the talent and effort on display, Spring Training undeniably providesContinue reading “BLOG #11: NL Central Projections”

BLOG #10: Are Mega-Contracts Worth It?

There is no question that MLB contracts are reaching an outrageous level of expensive. Due to revenues skyrocketing the past couple decades both within Major League Baseball and its teams, money has never been more plentiful. Teams all around the league are making billion-dollar television and broadcast deals, and with no salary cap in theContinue reading “BLOG #10: Are Mega-Contracts Worth It?”

BLOG #8: “Project North Side”

It’s October 27, 2009. You’re a Cubs fan. You are the laughing stock of baseball, the franchise with the longest championship drought in all of sports, and you ended the season finishing second behind the division rival Cardinals. The two years before, you won back-to-back division titles under new manager Lou Piniella, just to getContinue reading “BLOG #8: “Project North Side””

BLOG #7: Hammerin’ Hank

Hank Aaron was bigger than baseball. For someone I never had the pleasure of watching play live, I am fortunate to have learned his story and substantial impact on all generations of the baseball community. Born in Mobile, Alabama, Aaron idolized Jackie Robinson – the Brooklyn Dodgers first basemen who broke the MLB color barrierContinue reading “BLOG #7: Hammerin’ Hank”

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