MLB 2020 Top Ten: Second Basemen

Though most of the talk in baseball right now is with the major sign-stealing scandal, it’s time to take a segway from those conversations; let’s continue on with our top ten position rankings for 2020. We’ve already looked at the top ten catchers and top ten first basemen, but now, it’s time to examine the top ten second basemen. Unlike in previous seasons, there’s an abundance of … Continue reading MLB 2020 Top Ten: Second Basemen

Mets’ Disastrous Offseason Could Be Worst Ever

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

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

New York Mets Offseason Tracker and Analysis

After hiring Brodie Van Wagenen as their new general manager, the Mets have been the story of the offseason. They’ve been in on practically every player on the trade market, and have been extremely aggressive. They have ways to go before they’re a playoff contender, but they could be with offensive upgrades. Current State: Playoff Contender Mets Hire Brodie Van Wagenen as GM In a … Continue reading New York Mets Offseason Tracker and Analysis