A capable shortstop with elite hitting potential is a difficult commodity to come by, and many teams would hold on […]
Hitters I Can’t Pick Up – Week 3
As I continue to write these articles and learn more about how they are best utilized, it behooves me to […]
Moments of Heartbreak: Chicago Bears – The Death of Walter Payton
Walter Payton was one of the top running back prospects in Mississippi coming out of high school but was not offered any scholarships by any teams in the SEC as they offered very few African Americans scholarships during that time. He was offered a scholarship with Kansas State and had accepted but ultimately decided to stay in Mississippi and attend the primarily black Jackson State University.
Who the Heck is Eric Thames?
If your answer was “The hottest hitter in baseball at the moment” you would be correct. Thames was drafted by […]
Three Struggling Hitters To Buy ASAP
Most seasoned fantasy baseball veterans know that the first couple weeks are not an indicator of a players success or […]
The Angels Are Still Fishing for Something Other Than Trout
Mike Trout is a once in a generation type player but will we ever see him win a World Series? […]
Pitchers I Can’t Pick Up – Week 3
Welcome to a new week of fantasy baseball! I hope you caught the article last week in which I brilliantly advocated […]
Ward vs Kovalev II: USA vs Russia
Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev have agreed on a rematch on June, 17 in Vegas. The first time Andre Ward […]
Corey Kluber: Getting Off On The Wrong Foot
There are things in life that are unavoidable: death, taxes, and Corey Kluber’s beginning of the year struggles. From 2014 […]
Dear Miami, Please Do Not Immortalize Jose Fernandez
It was announced on Thursday that the Miami Marlins will be erecting a bronze statue of late pitcher Jose Fernandez. While on the surface this looks like a good way to pay tribute to the fallen star, but this is not a good look for the Marlins or baseball in general.