The Game That Ended Tied!

Over the last couple weeks we’ve been taking a look at what MLB teams will do leading up to the MLB trading deadline on July 31st. Since we are a few days from the MLB All-Star Break today’s article is a comedic look back at the 2002 All-Star Game. Gather ’round, baseball fans, and let […]

Selling In The Bronx?

The New York Yankees find themselves at a critical juncture as the MLB trade deadline approaches. Being towards the top of the division for the first since 2022 with a 55-38 record. With a storied franchise like the Yankees, expectations are always sky-high, and a season filled with struggles has put the team in a […]

Are They Selling Or Buying On The Bay?

With the trade deadline just over three weeks away there are teams like the San Francisco Giants who’s record is 44-46 as they play their game today. Some fans have never heard of Farhan Zaidi or Pete Putila who run the Giants front office. However, so of the fans close to me have. As a […]

The Steak(s) Will Be High In Philly

With the Major League Baseball All-Star Game ten days away that means the trading deadline is just over three weeks away. As a result, today’s article will take a close look at roster moves the Philadelphia Phillies might make as well as potential trades they are looking at making over the next few weeks. Tyler […]

Will The Men In Blue Stand Still?

With the All-Star Game two weeks away the Chicago Cubs and New York Mets have switched places in terms of relevancy since opening day. The trade deadline is less than a month away. So, the next month is going to be filled with trade talk and rumors. Today’s article is going to be an prediction […]

Second To None: Fergie & Ryno

May 20, 1982 and June 23, 1984. These were two significant dates in Chicago Cubs history which involved two living members of the Cubs family who are also members of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY and were both traded to the Cubs by the Philadelphia Phillies very early in their careers. These […]

Random MLB Musings

Over the last few years I’ve been thinking about many different things about the game of baseball that strike me as odd, in addition to recent rule changes. The following topics are all of the things that have been on my mind: Scoring groundouts and fly outs Why is it that when a groundout scores […]

Chicago Officially Immortalizes #23

Ryan Sandberg was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies and traded to the Chicago Cubs following the 1981 season. He would go on to play 16 more years at the highest possible level in baseball for the Cubs. For the first seven of those years I was not even a twinkle in my parents eyes. I […]

Boost Competitiveness With Bigger Rosters

Note: Today’s article is inspired by many conversations I’ve been having offline with other baseball fans, including my friend and fellow writer Gaurav Garg, as well as conversations I’ve heard on the radio about current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Player Union.  As a passionate baseball fan, I have […]

Strategic Trades To Propel Back To Playoffs

The Chicago Cubs, under the stewardship of President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer, have a storied legacy and high expectations from their loyal fanbase. The 2024 season has proven challenging, and the Cubs find themselves once again teetering on the edge of playoff contention. The bitter taste of missing the playoffs by a single game […]