Yesterday the Chicago White Sox had the opportunity to sweep the Kansas City Royals. In the bottom of the fourth inning Tim Anderson hits a rocket 2 run home run and "flips" his bat. I put flips in quotes because really it's an aggressive bat toss to as one guy on twitter pointed out to … Continue reading The Bat Flip Problem
Now that the World Series is over (Congratulations Boston Red Sox), the focus of the Major League Baseball analysts/fans is the rampant speculation as to where Bryce Harper will land next season. In a recent post, Bovada has the Philadelphia Philly's even in the odds race to secure Harper with the Cubs only +300 right … Continue reading MLB Focus Shifts Towards Bryce Harper’s New Team
Leading into the final regular season action of the 2018 Major League Baseball season, four teams needed one win and one loss to decide the winner of their respective decisions. But 162 games just wasn't enough to crown a winner so the MLB will have two tie-breaker games on Monday October 1st to decide who … Continue reading Who is Ready for MLB Game 163?
Monday the Washington Nationals signaled all hope is lost for the 2018 season and began what is being affectionately called a fire sale which resulted in Daniel Murphy finding his way to Chicago. When the news officially broke Tuesday fans had a mixed reaction due in part to Murphy's talent on the field and his … Continue reading The Daniel Murphy Catch-22
This week has seen not one but two bench clearing brawls in Major League Baseball, but one was a little more serious than the other. Miami Marlins pitcher José Urena beaned Atlanta Braves' young superstar Ronald Acuña Jr in the first inning of their game. The benches immediately cleared because the Braves needed to defend … Continue reading MLB Whiffs on José Ureña Suspension
It seems that more frequently there are news stories coming out about professional athletes (and coaches) with crimes against women whether they be domestic violence related or sexual assault related, so I have a radical idea on how to curb these actions, fire them. I know it seems like an extreme action, but aren't you … Continue reading A Radical Idea
Yet again guess what happened? A Major League Baseball player's derogatory tweets from his youth have been released, this time Sean Newcomb of the Atlanta Braves is the one apologizing for dumb stuff he tweeted in his "youth". After the apology and news hit the air waves, Washington National's shortstop Trea Turner also found his own dumb … Continue reading Another MLB Player’s Offensive Tweets Released