San Diego Padres: Friar Flashback Freestyle

San Diego Padres history

What ever happened to some of the San Diego Padres‘ players that used to make us proud? I’m talking players like Quilvio Veras, Derrek Lee and Ben Davis, who we seem to never see around. I’m sure you’ve seen Dave […]

Los Angeles Dodgers: Yasiel Puig Issues a Gift in Disguise for Matt Kemp, Don Mattingly

Dodgers Matt Kemp

If having four All-Star caliber outfielders on your roster is a problem, it’s what you would call a good problem. Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly happens to have one of those good problems, and although I consider the situation […]

San Diego Padres’ Offensive Struggles Continue Despite Win Against Miami Marlins

Padres Alexi Amarista

Heading into the sixth game of the season, the San Diego Padres sit at 1-5 and have scored a grand total of eight runs. Offensive struggles are nothing to new to the Padres, but coming off of a season where […]

Chicago White Sox’ Paul Konerko Deserves Better Treatment

White Sox Paul Konerko

Since the days of Frank Thomas, the face of the Chicago White Sox franchise has been without question, Paul Konerko. In 15 seasons wearing a White Sox uniform, Kornerko has earned a .277 batting average and has hit 427 home […]

San Diego Padres’ Tyson Ross Has Positive Outing Despite Struggles Against Dodgers

Padres Tyson Ross

There has been a lot of optimism from the San Diego Padres organization and fans alike heading into the 2014 season in regards to starting pitcher Tyson Ross. A 3.17 ERA and 119 strikeouts in 125 innings from a pitcher […]

Cincinnati Reds Should Leave Tony Cingrani And His Fastball Alone

Reds Tony Cingrani

Much has been made of Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani and his need to add more pitches to his arsenal. We all know the story about Cingrani bursting onto the scene in 2013 and accumulating a 2.93 ERA with […]

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig Roller-Coaster Continues on Against San Diego Padres

Dodgers Yasiel Puig

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been on a roller coaster of sorts since right-fielder Yasiel Puig was called up from the minors in June of 2013. To say it’s been a wild ride would be an understatement in this situation. […]

Kansas City Royals: Salvador Perez’s Opening Day Performance a Sign of Things to Come

Royals Salvador Perez

The Kansas City Royals have a very special player in catcher Salvador Perez. I’m sure anyone that pays any attention to the Royals is fully aware of him and his talent but not many outside of savvy fantasy baseball players […]

Cliff Lee’s Poor Opening Day Performance For Philadelphia Phillies Shouldn’t Be Surprising

Phillies Cliff Lee

Coming off a combined 20 innings with only four runs allowed in his first start of the past three seasons, Philadelphia Phillies opening day starter Cliff Lee hadn’t had as bad a start to a season as he had in […]

Washington Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg Will Only Become More Dominant As Season Goes On

Nationals Stephen Strasburg

While watching the Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg pitch against the New York Mets in Monday’s opener, you would almost feel the need to double-check your calendar to make sure you weren’t watching a replay of a 2013 game. In […]

San Diego Padres’ Tommy Medica May Become A Fixture In Left Field


Anybody who has been paying attention to me knows that I am a big fan of San Diego Padres prospect Tommy Medica. All spring long the catcher, turned first-baseman, turned outfielder has done nothing but impress. While there was some […]

San Diego Padres’ Carlos Quentin Sadly Enters Season on DL

Padres Carlos Quentin

Well, that didn’t take long. When the San Diego Padres open their 2014 season today against the Los Angeles Dodgers, they will do so without the services of left-fielder Carlos Quentin. Matter of fact, the Padres will be without Quentin […]