2017 Fantasy Baseball All-Stars

What players have been the best of the best so far? I’ve gone through every position and come up with AL and NL All-stars, along with honorable mentions for each. Let’s get right into it. Catcher: AL: Salvador Perez (.290/37 R/18 HR/57 RBI)- Surprise, it’s not Gary Sanchez! In a position devoid of much offensive…

Seattle Mariners: Is It Time To Say Goodbye To King Felix?

For what seems like an eternity now, Felix Hernandez has been the undisputed ace of the Mariners staff. Through the good(ish) seasons and the really bad ones, you could always count on King Felix being the one source of consistency on the Mariners roster. Until now. My inner Mariners fan hates me for writing this, but…

Who Is J.T. Realmuto?

The Miami Marlins have a hidden gem stowed away behind home plate.  J.T. Realmuto ranked third among all Major League Catchers in WAR last year, and did so very quietly.  He’s not flashy.  He doesn’t hit dingers like Mike Piazza or throw people out like Pudge Rodriguez.  Realmuto knows who he is, and he plays…

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…

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…

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…