The Atlanta Braves seem to make every move that Phillies should. It’s been happening for two years now, and a bright future seems likely for the Braves and dim for the Phillies.
As a fan, I have reserved myself to the fact that 2020 has likely both temporarily and permanently changed the game of baseball.
The World Series may have been over for the better part of a month now, but that does not mean that professional baseball is done in the year 2020. While the exciting but untraditional 60-game sprint that Major League Baseball hosted this past summer was a short and intense moment of passion for the fans of our national pastime in America, other countries on the other side of the globe have done well to celebrate the game over a longer and more conventional period this year despite the real and stark problems that 2020 has brought us all.
One of the most exciting times of the year for a baseball fan. The 2021 Hall of Fame Ballots were announced on Monday, and as always, it immediately stirs up … Continue reading A 2021 Hall of Fame case for Omar Vizquel?
Whether it was having binders of baseball cards or watching Baseball Tonight on ESPN as a kid, baseball stats have always fascinated me. I always wanted to know who was … Continue reading Incredible Baseball Stats
I have to say that when I originally heard this week that Major League Baseball had named White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu as their American League Most Valuable Player, I was a little bit surprised to say the least.