MLB Focus Shifts Towards Bryce Harper’s New Team

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 rightContinue reading “MLB Focus Shifts Towards Bryce Harper’s New Team”

2018 MLB All Star Snubs and Surprises

  We are almost to the midway point of the Major League Baseball season, which means that it’s All-Star game time. Yesterday the MLB announced the rosters for the All-Star game and some people (and players) are not happy about the names not announced yesterday. The most notable name left off the ASG roster isContinue reading “2018 MLB All Star Snubs and Surprises”

New York Yankees Take on ESPN & Won

The New York Yankees were furious when the worldwide leader of sports ESPN decided to air their July 8th game against the Blue Jays for their Sunday Night Baseball broadcast because of the team’s scheduled doubleheader the next day in Baltimore. This thing happens all the time with the major leagues and it can beContinue reading “New York Yankees Take on ESPN & Won”

Baseball in London, Why?

Major League Baseball announced last Tuesday that the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox would head to London next season to play a two game series and the only question I have is why? Sure the National Football League has taken to playing a game in London each season, but it’s always been theContinue reading “Baseball in London, Why?”

Undeniable with Alex Rodriguez: a Swing and a Miss

I was intrigued and honestly kind of excited to see that Undeniable with Joe Buck had actually got Alex Rodriguez to appear on the show. Now if you haven’t seen the show before, let me give you a quick breakdown: Joe Buck hosts and dives deep in his guest background and we’re talking deep. WhenContinue reading “Undeniable with Alex Rodriguez: a Swing and a Miss”

The 2017 MLB Wildcard Games Did Not Disappoint

It’s that time of year where four Major League Baseball teams embark on one game that will either end their season or send them on to the next round of the playoffs. Some have argued that it’s not fair only getting one game, one chance, to play in the next round, but most leagues haveContinue reading “The 2017 MLB Wildcard Games Did Not Disappoint”

The Best Baseball Happens in October

Or The Big Papi Love Post If you couldn’t guess by the title, this week’s 30 for 30 Reaction focuses on the film 4 Days in October. Because of course, this week starts the MLB Playoffs and history has shown that the best baseball is played in October. Side note: Congrats to the Blue JaysContinue reading “The Best Baseball Happens in October”

The Man, The Myth, The Legend of Bo Jackson

I wanted to step away from 30 for 30 docs that focuses on either College or Professional Football, so I picked “You Don’t Know Bo” which I thought focused on baseball judging by the poster on Netflix. But upon watching the film first couple of minutes of the film I found out that I hadContinue reading “The Man, The Myth, The Legend of Bo Jackson”

“First Pitch” Hits it Out of the Park

ESPN, the worldwide leader of sports, released a 30 for 30 Short film on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York City that hits viewers right in their souls. “First Pitch” is about more than just Yankees Baseball, it’s a reminder that sports have a way of bringing people together in their timeContinue reading ““First Pitch” Hits it Out of the Park”