How to Ruin a Tradition

January 26, 2015 0

By: Nick Thorp The idea of a pitch clock really is the end of what we perceive as baseball itself.

Time to Say Goodbye

January 25, 2015 2

By: Nick Thorp Ready to say goodbye Time for some honest opinion for all of you readers out there. I think it has come to the point that the Nationals should cut ties with Stephen […]

Will the Nats Trade Strasburg?

January 19, 2015 0

By: Jacob Fain Late last night the Washington Nationals made a huge splash in free agency with the signing of 2013 Cy Young award winner Max Scherzer, the deal was for seven years and nearly […]

One more year for AJ?

January 12, 2015 0

By: Jacob Fain This week Pirates pitcher AJ Burnett came out saying that he feels like he has one more season left. Last year Burnett went a terrible 8-18 with a ERA of 4.59. This […]

Chasing .400

January 11, 2015 0

By: Nick Thorp There are some things that are not meant for us to see as fans for long stretches of time. And what we may not see for a long time, if ever, is […]

Throwing away the NL East

January 10, 2015 0

By: Nick Thorp Are there really only two teams that actually care about the outcome of the NL East this year?

Big game James with no big deal….yet.

January 6, 2015 0

By: Jacob Fain With free agency finally starting to really heat up, we can only expect a big name pitcher like James Shields to ink a huge contract soon, right? Wrong.

Sleeper MLB Team’s

January 6, 2015 1

Who Needs to step up for the 2015 MLB season? By: Jacob Fain When looking at this up and coming MLB season a lot of teams are expected to show up and play big boy […]

The Movers and Shakers of the MLB Free Agency

December 30, 2014 0

By: Jacob Fain Major League baseball had its usual winter meeting followed by the start of free agency, which¬†as always promises to be a crazy with interesting trades and signings that can make you¬†scratch your […]

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