Tonight, the Potomac Nationals are hosting one of my favorite promos ever. It’s GEORGE COSTANZA APPRECIATION NIGHT!!!! That’s right, one of our most iconic television characters has his very own … Continue Reading Why the Potomac Nationals Just Won the Promo Competition
Amidst all the chaos surrounding the impending trade deadline, here’s something you may have missed: the Kansas City Royals have the longest active win streak in Major League Baseball, as … Continue Reading Everything’s Looking Great In Kansas City
The Brewers are in an interesting position, aren’t they? They are in the middle of a rebuild with a young team and a young manager. No one expected them to … Continue Reading The Milwaukee Brewers Need to Buy at the Deadline
Just two innings into his start Sunday against the Atlanta Braves, ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw pulled up wincing after releasing a slider. Manager Dave Roberts and the training staff jumped … Continue Reading Kershaw Injury Is A Blow, But Not A Fatal One
The best bullpen in baseball just got so much scarier. On Tuesday the Yankees agreed to a deal with the White Sox to acquire 3B Todd Frazier, RHP David Robertson, … Continue Reading The Yankees Are All-In For 2017
Okay, I may be an overreacting Cleveland Indians fan, but some something just doesn’t feel right about this group of Indians. They haven’t been able to get into a groove, … Continue Reading Are the Indians in Trouble?
On Thursday, my colleague Brett went on record predicting that the Washington Nationals will hoist the Commissioner’s Trophy at the end of the 2017 season. The NL East leaders took … Continue Reading The Nationals Get Bullpen Help – But Is It Enough?
Last week, I went to visit my girlfriend Mallory from college who lives in New York about 30 minutes away from Rochester. She took me to a Red Wings game … Continue Reading Under the Shade of the Kodak Building: Frontier Field Ballpark Review
As we prepare for the slowest day in sports and because we are baseball-less for one more day, I decided that this would be a perfect opportunity for some bold … Continue Reading It’s Time For Some Bold Second Half Predictions
The All-Star Game is done and dusted, and so is the first half and change of the 2017 Major League Baseball season. Some teams have established themselves as contenders, while … Continue Reading The Standing Room Only First-Half Recap!
This was supposed to be a real Clash of the Titans. Reigning Home Run Derby champion Giancarlo Stanton defending his title against the rising legend of Aaron Judge. Forget David vs. … Continue Reading Amid Skepticism, Home Run Derby — and Aaron Judge — Live Up to Hype
Next time you go to the ballpark, look at the fans around you. Who do you see? There’s the family of four in front of you, where you can clearly … Continue Reading The Lost Art of Baseball Scoring
The end of the film noir classic Chinatown has one of the most famous closing lines in cinema. After Jack Nicholson’s character finally unveils Faye Dunaway’s secret and solves the case, things … Continue Reading Logan Morrison and the Futility of the Home Run Derby
We are only about a week removed from Bartolo Colón being designated for assignment by the Atlanta Braves and it could be the last time we see him in the … Continue Reading The Remarkable Story of Bartolo Colón
And the rockets’ red glare/The bombs bursting in air/Gave proof through the night/That our flag was still there… Today those words will ring out loud over fifteen major league ballparks … Continue Reading Baseball is more than America’s Pastime: It’s America’s Greatest Democratic Tradition
After millions of fan votes and plenty of media speculation, the AL and NL rosters were released yesterday. While they were largely devoid of major surprises, there are no shortage … Continue Reading All-Star Lineups Provide Talking Points Aplenty