MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

Heading into the MLB trade deadline, the baseball world was expecting to see big names change uniforms. 2014 World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner, 2018 reliever of the year Edwin Diaz, and other young stars such as Noah Syndergaard, Robbie Ray, and Matthew Boyd were expected to be on the move. Alas, none of those players were traded, though that didn’t mean the deadline was a … Continue reading MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

It’s Time For a New Era of Toronto Blue Jays Baseball

In 2015, the Blue Jays dominated the trade deadline, acquiring big names like David Price and Troy Tulowitzki en route to making the ALCS that year and the year after that. However, as what happens to most teams that go “all-in” for short-term success, the team slowed down with back to back seasons without making the playoffs. It was clear this season that the team … Continue reading It’s Time For a New Era of Toronto Blue Jays Baseball

Coming Up With Suitors and Trade Proposals For Top MLB Trade Deadline Targets

In recent years, July 27th would’ve marked a time where plenty of trades would have already happened. However, this is a unique trade deadline, as a result of several teams still being in striking distance of the playoffs; as ESPN’s Jeff Passan is reporting, action likely won’t take place until right before the trade deadline. With teams like the Giants leaning towards not selling, the asking … Continue reading Coming Up With Suitors and Trade Proposals For Top MLB Trade Deadline Targets

MLB Trade Deadline Tracker: Analysis of Every Trade

We’re finally here! The official trade deadline day, July 31st, is just five days away, meaning that a flurry of trades should happen at any minute. Through that day, we’ll be analyzing every single trade that happens, giving grades to both teams based on how well they did. July 13: Red Sox Acquire SP Andrew Cashner From Orioles Info: Right as the second half started, … Continue reading MLB Trade Deadline Tracker: Analysis of Every Trade

Top Ten Offensive Lines

It may not be flashy or sexy, but more than anything, the outcome of a football game often comes down to five 300 pound men on the offensive trenches. If an offensive line cannot protect their quarterback or open up running lanes, it’s nearly impossible for an offense to function properly. Therefore, having a strong offensive line may be, outside of having a reliable quarterback, … Continue reading Top Ten Offensive Lines

Giants Can’t Let Fluky Hot Streak Sway Them From Selling

When Farhan Zaidi has hired by the Giants to be their president of baseball operations, it was clear that the team was heading for a rebuild. The team went just 137-185 in the past two seasons, had an aging core, and desperately needed to add to a barren farm system. That looked to continue to be the case as of June 29; they had a … Continue reading Giants Can’t Let Fluky Hot Streak Sway Them From Selling

Analyzing MLB Trade Deadline Rumors

We are just two weeks away from the MLB trade deadline, which means there are plenty of rumors regarding which players could be moved and to where. From these rumors, we look to be heading towards are very entertaining couple weeks of huge trades, with plenty of marquee players, particularly pitchers, possibly on the move. Without further adieu, let’s analyze it, grading it on the … Continue reading Analyzing MLB Trade Deadline Rumors