Seattle Mariners: Don’t Sleep On Daniel Vogelbach

Although the results Mariners fans were hoping for haven’t quite come to fruition, he’s still the right-handed specialist the lineup desperately needs. Eat, sleep, mash right-handed pitching. That’s what I imagine a day in the life of Seattle Mariners minor league slugger Daniel Vogelbach consists of. In an era where platooning players is more prevalent…

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Three Predictions for Nintendo’s 2017 E3 Presentation

It’s only a week until Nintendo’s traditional E3 “conference” and we could be in for a treat as they look to continue the success of their latest console-handheld hybrid, the Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Odyssey will surely be there in full force as one of their feature games, but what else will be shown off…

Sounders FC: The Rise of Cristian Roldan

Just a few short years ago, the majority of MLS teams decided that Cristian Roldan wasn’t good enough to be selected in the first round, due to a poor showing at the college combine. Today, the Sounders faithful are thanking those teams every time Roldan steps onto the field. After a relatively calm rookie season…

All Aboard The Hype Train: Scott Schebler

Every season there seems to be a guy that bursts onto the scene. This season is no different. One of the biggest surprises so far this season is the explosive offense of the Cincinnati Reds and their shiny new toy in right field. We all knew Votto would be his usual, incredible self. We hoped…

Players I Can’t Pick Up – Week 9

Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of Players I Can’t Pick Up! In this column, I take a look at some of the most added players of the week and give some reasons why they might not deserve a spot on your roster. I’ll also compare them to a player I’d rather own, whether they…

This MLB Season Will Go Down In Blistory

In a sea of injuries this year, one has reigned king.  Before the year started, no one would have guessed that the most destructive of all injuries was the smallest. As I’m sure you’ve figured out by now, we’re going to be talking about the silent killer: the blister. Throughout the history of baseball, blisters…