Zion Williamson shows off his super human ability in the Sweet Sixteen.
After producing two playoff teams last season, the AL West is back with a World Series favorite and a few teams looking to surprise. Oakland came out of nowhere last season to capture a Wild Card spot as the Astros once again won the division crown and returned to the ALCS. Houston enters 2019 as […]
The NL West was provided a bit of a shake up this offseason with Manny Machado heading to the San Diego Padres in free agency. This was a clear signal the Padres are serious about winning and will be a team on the rise starting now, but will it be enough to make the playoffs, […]
This division race should be as tight as 2018’s, with the same cast at or near the top. It still looks like Milwaukee has an edge over Chicago and St. Louis, but four teams finishing with 85ish wins is very possible. Milwaukee Brewers 2018 record: 96-67, 1st NL Central Postseason: Lost in NLCS Hello to: […]
It’s the Cleveland Indians’ division and we’re all just living in it. For the foreseeable future, the Indians will dominate this division by their mere existence, but hope might be on the way for others. Cleveland Indians 2018 Record: 91-71, 1st Central Postseason: Lost in ALDS Hello to: Carlos Santana, 1B/DH; Carlos Gonzalez, OF; Hanley […]
The NL East looks a lot different than it did a year ago. Bryce Harper switched teams as the Phillies went all in, but does that make them the favorite to win the division?
The AL East has the reigning World Series champs, but can they do it again? Or will the Yankees top their biggest rival for the division crown in 2019?
No matter how hard I try to be just one of the guys There’s a little something inside that won’t let me It’s been a minute since I’ve written a Song of the Day post, so to make up for it, I’m going to post two songs today. In honor of one my favorite rock […]
“The feeling that we all feel we are the good guy in our own story prevents us from facing our demons.” –Jordan Peele The latest horror film from Jordan Peele has finally arrived in theaters, two years after his first feature film “Get Out” became a cultural sensation and introduced us to the “sunken place.” […]
It was just time. A pro baseball career that started in 1992 ended on Thursday. In 2019. Between those first cuts for the Orix BlueWave and his final at-bat as a Seattle Mariner in Tokyo, Ichiro Suzuki was as revolutionary as he was refreshing to the game of baseball. For those who see baseball strictly […]