2021 is off to a very early but impressive start for Los Angeles Angels 2-way import Shohei Ohtani, but can he sustain a future as a starting pitcher in MLB? If not, we discuss some alternative strategies that could still exhibit his pitching prowess.
The San Diego Padres find themselves primed to compete with the division rival Dodgers as the best team in baseball, but have done it through the cunning advantage of spending on players that other strong organizations have turned away or traded.
In a baseball word where decisions boil down to the safe and logical, one Japanese import and his down-trodden big market team are trusting in one another to achieve for individual and team success. Ohtani and the Angels are gambling on themselves, and could be the best thing about baseball.
While the MLBPA may have declined the league’s in roads to an extended playoff for 2021 the proposal is far from dead in the future, despite the fact it may not be what’s best for the game.
The Phillies took steps to improve their ballclub this weekend that reached both close to home and far and wide with the return of shortstop Didi Gregorius and signing of starting pitcher Matt Moore.
Anayltically speaking, we will take a look at 5 starting pitchers from the 2020 season that should expect to improve upon their standard numbers for 2021.