Buy, Sell, or Hold: Examining MLB’s Biggest Surprises

Though we spend practically the entire offseason analyzing team’s rosters and the quality of their players, there are always players that either exceed or fail to meet expectations. Through the first month the first month, that statement still stands true. So which surprises are real, which are flukes, and which need more time to examine? Let’s play: buy, sell, or hold! Tim Anderson, Chicago White … Continue reading Buy, Sell, or Hold: Examining MLB’s Biggest Surprises

MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL Central

After taking a look at the strongest division, it’s time to preview the weakest division in the MLB: the AL Central. None of these five teams are true World Series contenders, but the top two are serious playoff contenders thanks to the rest of the division being filled by three rebuilding clubs with little MLB talent. Indians or Twins? Who comes in first? Who finishes … Continue reading MLB Division Previews and Predictions: AL Central

Kansas City Royals Offseason Tracker and Analysis

The Royals are no longer the team they were when they won the World Series in 2015,  and they know that. Kansas City will likely gauge interest for some of their remaining trade chips and will take fill out their team with some low risk one year  signings. Current State: Rebuilding Royals Sign CF Billy Hamilton After being released by the Reds, Billy Hamilton has … Continue reading Kansas City Royals Offseason Tracker and Analysis

One Trade for Each MLB Team To Make

Its officially July, which means we are less than one month away from the trade deadline. Contenders like the Yankees and Astros will match up with sellers like the Orioles and Royals to try to upgrade their team for a postseason push, while sellers can stock up on their farm system. Here are 15 trades involving all 30 teams that make sense for all parties. … Continue reading One Trade for Each MLB Team To Make