It’s finally over. Manny Machado has signed a ten-year deal worth $300 million to join the San Diego Padres. This is the richest free agent contract in American sports history, and it’s a shocker, to say the least. Very few saw the Padres being able to compete with the larger market teams to give out a contract of this magnitude, especially considering they won just … Continue reading Manny Machado Is Worth $300M, But Padres Aren’t Right Fit
Shortstop, the glamour position in baseball. This tends to be one of the positions that has the most amount of star power, and that’s still the case today. The identity of this position has shifted however; this is now as much of an offensive position as it was a defensive position. Specifically with the top five, this list is filled with two-way superstars, all of … Continue reading Top Ten Shortstops
Continuing along with the top ten lists, let’s take a look at third base. This position is stacked with some of the game’s premier talents, which made this list so difficult to make. The fact that two former MVP winners don’t even make the top five speaks to the amount of talent on this list. Honestly, everyone on this list has a case to be … Continue reading Top Ten Third Basemen
Continuing on with our top ten lists, it’s time to look at the top ten second basemen. Second base is definitely one of the weaker lists, with a clear #1 and a clutter of solid players. Yet, no one outside of the top player is a star, which makes it tougher to rank these players. I really wanted to fit Brian Dozier on this list, … Continue reading Top Ten Second Basemen
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
Now that the regular season is over, let’s take a look at the race for each MLB regular season award by projecting the three candidates and picking a winner. *This is based on who I think should win the awards rather than what will most likely happen AL Manager of the Year Third: Alex Cora, Boston Red Sox (108-54) Second: Bob Melvin, Oakland Athletics (97-65) … Continue reading Who Should Win Each MLB Award?