As history has shown, Bud Selig is full of great ideas (All-Star game tie anyone?). The Competitive Balance Lottery is the latest in a long line of duds.
As Opening Day is finally upon us, here are my fearless playoff predictions and postseason award projection.
As the tarps are pulled back across the country and the beauty that is baseball returns to greet our hopeful eyes, allow me to present the 2012 MLB National League preview.
Bud Selig thought that he had an iron-clad drug testing policy in place. Unfortunately for him and Major League Baseball as a whole, missing one minor loophole cost them big time…
Baseball is entering it’s final month. If it’s anything like the previous month, we are in for a real treat. What started in March as 30 dreams has been reduced to 8. How it will play out is anyone’s guess, but I’ll do my best to predict… but even if I’m wrong, it’s still baseball and it’s still beautiful.
With less than 2 months to go in the MLB season the pennant races are entering their stretch run. Let’s take a look at who’s in, who’s out, and how the races may shape up.
Baseball’s first weekend is in the books and these predictions are already looking shakier than John Axford’s job security. As the saying goes, baseball is a marathon and not a sprint, so I am standing pat with my projections (at least for another few weeks)…
As tarps are pulled across the country and the beauty that is baseball returns to greet our hopeful eyes, allow me to present the 2011 MLB National League preview.
What you may not know about Greinke is that aside from being one of the best pitchers in baseball, he is also one of the most quotable. Milwaukee also acquires a walking soundbyte in the mold of Barry Zito. Here are some of his best: