When Julio Urias struck out Willy Adames to secure the Dodgers’ their first World Series championship, the baseball world was able to take a collective sigh of relief; they had managed to complete a 60-game season through the midst of a pandemic. However, this was only the beginning of a much different time in baseball, and I’m not simply referring to Justin Turner being pulled … Continue reading 2020-2021 MLB Offseason Review: Which Teams Spent The Most Efficiently?
While we wait for the 2020 MLB season to get underway, it’s time to take a closer look at players who could one day be on opening day rosters. For the next month or two, we’ll be examining each team’s farm system, which will contain several prospects that will either one day be contributors for them, or could be used to acquire impact major leaguers. … Continue reading MLB 2020 Farm System Overview: Boston Red Sox
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
With the hiring of Chaim Bloom to lead their Baseball Operations department, the Red Sox will have the services of one of the brightest young minds in baseball. Still, Bloom has quite the task this offseason, as he’ll need to clear payroll and add young talent while also keeping a playoff contender in place. Will he trade Mookie Betts, Chris Sale, David Price, or Nathan … Continue reading Offseason Tracker and Analysis: Boston Red Sox
Currently, in the MLB, there have been two main lines of focus: the World Series and manager hirings. Yet, it was a move that didn’t get much attention that could end up having monstrous effects in the future. On Friday, the Red Sox found their leader of the baseball operations department: they hired former Rays senior vice president Chaim Bloom to be their “Chief Baseball … Continue reading Red Sox Save Themselves With Remarkable Hiring of Chaim Bloom
At the end of last season, the Mets were in a peculiar position. They were coming off of back to back losing seasons, yet still had many pieces present from the team that went to the 2015 World Series. Still, it looked as their window was closed, and with a very talented starting rotation headlined by Jacob deGrom, they were primed to add plenty of … Continue reading Mets’ Disastrous Offseason Could Be Worst Ever