NFL Post-Week 14 Power Rankings

Heading into Week 14, we knew that with so many intriguing matchups slated to take place, that we’d finally start to get some clarity on the outlook of the season. Well, I’m even more confused after this week- some of these games were strange and unexpected, to say the least. It wasn’t that the outcomes in particular, but rather, the way the games played out … Continue reading NFL Post-Week 14 Power Rankings

Grading Every MLB Manager/Front Office Hire

Though we are waiting for the top free agents to sign and for some blockbuster trades to take place this offseason, there has already been a lot of action this offseason- all manager and general manager/president of baseball operations vacancies have been filled. In fact, a quarter of the league will have a new manager this season, and many of them come with a lot … Continue reading Grading Every MLB Manager/Front Office Hire

Gerrit Cole is Fantastic, But He Won’t Be The Answer To All of The Angels’ Problems

Although he came up short in the American League Cy Young race, Gerrit Cole is in line to be the highest-paid pitcher in the MLB history, which is well deserved. After all, with a 2.48 xFIP and 13.82 K/9 this season, the 29-year-old had one of the best seasons for a pitcher in recent memory, and would be a massive addition for any team. However, … Continue reading Gerrit Cole is Fantastic, But He Won’t Be The Answer To All of The Angels’ Problems

Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Washington Nationals

The defending World Series champion Nationals would surely love to be able to enjoy their monumental accomplishment, but they don’t exactly have time to- two of their core players, Anthony Rendon and Stephen Strasburg, are both free agents. It’s likely that Washington to lose one of them, but who will it be, and how will they replace them with their lackluster farm system and little … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Washington Nationals

Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Toronto Blue Jays

This past season, the Blue Jays witnessed the debuts of young phenoms Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, and Cavan Biggio all make their debuts, while star pitching prospect Nate Pearson isn’t far behind. It’s safe to say that the front office should be optimistic about the team’s future, though this could be a pivotal offseason for the club- they’ll likely take the first step towards … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Toronto Blue Jays

Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Texas Rangers

After being very competitive next season, the Rangers, per reports, are ready to go all-in to build a playoff contender as they move into a new stadium. It’s a risky approach for lead decision-maker Jon Daniels, but then again, they have a lot of financial flexibility, and are great fits for some of the premier free agents available. They’ll be an intriguing team to keep … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Texas Rangers

Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Tampa Bay Rays

Despite having the lowest payroll in the MLB, the Rays were one game away from upsetting the powerhouse Astros in the ALDS. Surprisingly, with their deep pitching staff, they don’t have many holes to fill this offseason; depth and a power bat would be nice additions, however. Expected Direction: Continuing To Find Value To Build a Superteam of Misfits Rays Trade OF Tommy Pham To … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Tampa Bay Rays