Over the last three years, the Oakland Athletics have found ways to cobble together competitive rosters despite being a low revenue organization. From a financial
The Houston Astros’ offseason was absent of significant roster improvements. So much so, it’s reasonable to speculate whether the Astros can win in 2021. We’ll
It wasn’t a surprise when Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno replaced GM Billy Eppler with Perry Minasian. After all, every AL West team has
The Texas Rangers were dismal in 2020. Afterwards, the organization underwent a significant overhaul leading to the departure of several longtime Rangers and team’s best
The use of defensive shifts is an increasingly contentious topic among MLB fans. Many of whom believe shifts limit action and therefore suck the fun
Yes, the title reads like a bit of an oxymoron, but that’s done purposefully in order to make sure we’re talking about talents with a
Over the weekend, MLB.com’s Will Leitch penned a piece picking the most likely player in every MLB organization to make the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Every season we see dozens of prospects break through to the big leagues, including many who got a taste the prior season. The following is
This time of year in baseball it’s all about the Hot Stove, which may not be as hot this winter, but there will be movement.
So, the 2020 MLB season has come to an end. The expanded playoffs are about to start. In a month we’ll learn the results of
Deciding postseason berths after just 60 games feels so wrong. It’s akin to deciding medal winners 10 miles into an Olympic Marathon. Then again, we
The MLB playoff brackets are finally set. So, I decided to have fun by compiling power rankings for the 16 teams with a shot at
The Seattle Mariners had two separate leads on Justin Verlander in Friday night’s opener; 1-0 and 2-1, and both came on the strength of the
The 2020 MLB Season is upon us and while there are major hurdles the league and its personnel must leap to get through the entire
The Houston Astros have a potent lineup, plus the reigning Cy Young winner and Rookie of the Year. Yet, a turbulent offseason leaves the team
Despite winning 97 games in 2018-19, the Oakland A’s couldn’t advance past the Wild Card game both years. Will 2020 be different? Could the A’s