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2020 MLB Top Ten: Center Fielders

Last week, we analyzed the┬átop ten left fielders in the MLB, but outside of Juan Soto, there weren’t any true MVP candidates on this list. That won’t be the case in center field- the AL and NL MVPs make up the top spots on this list, while there are plenty of All-Star caliber players making the list. Unlike left field, it’s definitely more of a … Continue reading 2020 MLB Top Ten: Center Fielders

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2020 MLB Top Ten: Left Fielders

We’ve officially analyzed the top ten players at each infield position heading into the 2020 MLB season, so now, it’s time to shift to the outfield. We’ll start in left field, which has seen a recent surge in talent thanks to the performances of a few rookies last season, while others had major breakout seasons. It’s also a position that has a lot of strong … Continue reading 2020 MLB Top Ten: Left Fielders

2020 MLB Top Ten: Shortstops

Last week, we looked ahead at who the top ten┬áthird basemen would be next season, which is very tough, as there wasn’t enough room for former MVPs or All-Stars. Today, we’ll stick with the left side of the infield by looking at the top ten shortstops. Similarly to third base, this list has plenty of high-end players, and as a result, the players not on … Continue reading 2020 MLB Top Ten: Shortstops

Analyzing The Ramifications Of Scott Boras’ Historic Winter Meetings

Last offseason, Scott Boras’ top client, Bryce Harper, waited until February 28th to sign with the Phillies. Therefore, with him representing the top three free agents this offseason, many expected an extremely long, and tedious, negotiating period. Instead, Boras did the opposite- he manipulated the free agency market to negotiate three contracts worth at least $35 million per year. In total, Boras’ three top clients … Continue reading Analyzing The Ramifications Of Scott Boras’ Historic Winter Meetings

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

2019 MLB Postseason Predictions

With game #162 in the books, we are officially done with the 2019 regular season; it’s time to take our best guess on what will happen, To do so, I’ll first give my official prediction, and then, examine each team’s chances to win the World Series. Here are my official postseason predictions for the American League: Wildcard Game: Rays Over A’s ALDS #1: Astros Over … Continue reading 2019 MLB Postseason Predictions

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