Dear Baseball, From the streets of Hollywood to the Bronx in New York baseball is everything to a lot of people around the country. Baseball is our nation's favorite pastime and with this whole coronavirus pandemic it's now temporarily on pause. Today would've been MLB Opening Day, a day we all use for optimism that … Continue reading Oh Baseball, How we miss you
New York Yankees: The New York Yankees is an easy and obvious one as we all know this team is built to win now. With the addition of Gerrit Cole to their starting pitching rotation and an already stacked lineup with Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, and Miguel Andujar this team is STACKED. The … Continue reading Winners Now or In The Future? AL East
It took me all this time to write this because i wanted to make sure I got everything I want to say typed out so here it is. Dear Kobe Bryant, First off thank you for all the memories, and good times. Staying up til about 1 am ET almost every time you stepped on … Continue reading Dear Kobe Bryant
After yet again another disappointing ending to the season after a record breaking regular season the Los Angeles Dodgers are looking to add some pieces this offseason to get them back to where they want to be, which is of course World Series Champions. One offseason option for the Dodgers is Astros ace Gerrit Cole … Continue reading What’s Next for the Los Angeles Dodgers this offseason?
On September 9th, 2019 the Boston Red Sox fired their President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski after failing to make the playoffs after winning the World Series the year before. Dombrowski mainly took a lot of criticism for not make any moves at the MLB Trade Deadline when the team was in position to make … Continue reading What does the Chaim Bloom hiring do for the Red Sox and their future?
The Tampa Bay Rays are in the midst of a playoff push in a highly contested AL Wild Card race. A starting rotation that looked so promising at the beginning of the season has now become very thin and they will be forced to rely on a lot of "bullpen days" until at least September. … Continue reading How Snell’s Injury Affects The Rays Deadline Approach
The defending World Series Champion Boston Red Sox are currently in 3rd place in a highly competitive AL East and are only 2 games back on the 2nd place Rays and 3 games back on the Wild Card spot. My question today is are the defending champs in trouble? Or can they find a way … Continue reading Red Sox, Oh Red Sox What Shall We Do Now?!
The Rays started off hot showing greatness with their youth especially with the return from last year's Chris Archer trade in Austin Meadows and Tyler Glasnow. But this weekend after getting swept by a struggling Red Sox team at the moment it could indeed be their time to "come down to Earth" but I believe … Continue reading Are The Tampa Bay Rays “Coming Back Down To Earth”
So here we are once again at the end of another season of Panthers hockey. At the beginning there was nothing but optimism for the team who just a season ago was 1 point away from making the playoffs and so we all thought the Panthers would be able to build off of that and … Continue reading What’s Next For The Florida Panthers?
For the first time this season, the Giants and Dodgers start a three-game series Monday night in Los Angeles. The Dodgers-Giants rivalry is probably one of the most heated in baseball. It’s a rivalry that has had fights for the division title on the last week of the season to physical fights on (Juan Marichal … Continue reading Rivalry Overview: Giants-Dodgers Edition