Top Ten Catchers

Up until the start of the regular season, I’ll be putting together my top ten lists for each position. First up is catcher, a position that isn’t what it used to be, but still has talented veterans to go along with a few up and coming stars. Without further adieu, let’s get started. #10 Robinson Chirinos, Houston Astros Projected Stats: .225/.341/.434 (.775 OPS) -5 drs … Continue reading Top Ten Catchers

Tampa Bay Rays Offseason Tracker and Analysis

Despite spending close to nothing on their players in 2018, the Rays managed to win 90 games using quirky methods such as the opener. They got the most of their young players, and will look to compliment them with established veterans to balance out the team. Current State: Playoff Contender Rays Sign SP Charlie Morton In an unexpected move, the Rays have signed starting pitcher … Continue reading Tampa Bay Rays Offseason Tracker and Analysis

Seattle Mariners Offseason Tracker and Analysis

No team has been more active this offseason that the Mariners. Entering the winter meetings, Seattle has made five trades already and seem to be heading towards a complete teardown. Current State: Rebuilding Mariners Acquire OF Jared Kelenic, RHP Justin Dunn, RHP Gerson Bautista, OF/1B Jay Bruce, and RP Anthony Swarzak in Exchange For 2B Robinson Cano and RP Edwin Diaz In a blockbuster trade, … Continue reading Seattle Mariners Offseason Tracker and Analysis

Big Maple To The Big Apple: Full Analysis

The MLB hot stove is officially underway after the Yankees and Mariners completed a blockbuster trade, one that shipped James Paxton to the Bronx in exchange for a prospect package that included New York’s top prospect in pitcher Justus Sheffield. There’s a lot to this trade, so let’s not waste any time and take a deep look at this blockbuster. Paxton, 30, had a good, … Continue reading Big Maple To The Big Apple: Full Analysis