MLB Playoffs: Are the Cincinnati Reds the NL Favorite to go to the World Series?

Joey Votto Reds

The Cincinnati Reds were the first team in the major leagues to lock up a postseason spot. Clinching the NL Central crown for the second time in the last three years. The fact that the Reds were the first time […]

Detroit Tigers: Miguel Cabrera is Really Good

Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers

It does not need to be said how good the Detroit Tigers’ slugger Miguel Cabrera is. From the time he first laced up his shoes and put on a white and black striped  Florida Marlins jersey, Cabrera has been one […]

Dylan Bundy Could be Useful for the Orioles in the Last Two Weeks

Dylan Bundy Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles have decided to call up Dylan Bundy. Before the rosters expanded in September, the Orioles said they had no plans of calling up the their 19-year-old top prospect. After an 18-inning battle with the Seattle Mariners, the […]

With Time Running Out, the Detroit Tigers Must Play Perfect

Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers

Every game counts means more than ever. With only 16 games remaining, the Detroit Tigers find themselves three games behind the AL Central leading Chicago White Sox. It’s going to be division or nothing for the Tigers. They are farther […]

Why the Detroit Tigers Do Not Need Josh Hamilton

Josh Hamilton Texas Rangers

Josh Hamilton is an outstanding player. I’ve admired his talents from afar since his 28 home run first round in the 2008 home run derby. But the Detroit Tigers do not need to go out and try and sign him. […]

What to Expect From Bryce Harper in His Second Year

Bryce Harper Washington Nationals

From the time Bryce Harper was 16, everyone knew who he was. Whether it was him hitting 500 foot home runs at Tropicana Field while still in high school, or ESPN hyping up “baseball’s Lebron James” as they called him. A lot […]

Detroit Tigers: Defensive Problems Aren’t Going Away Anytime Soon

Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers

Going into the 2012 season, it was clear the Detroit Tigers were going to have a bad defense. They have had bad defensive clubs for years prior but got around the defensive problems with a good offense. In 2011 the […]

MLB Playoffs: Three Playoff Races to Watch Out For

Adam Jones Baltimore Orioles

September is an exciting month for baseball fans around the country. It’s starting to get cooler, and the feel of October baseball is in the air. Even though the it’s cooler outside, division races around the MLB are hotter than ever. […]

The Second Wild Card Has Made Playoff Races More Exciting Than Ever

Evan Longoria Rays

  When Commissioner Bud Selig first implemented the wild card system in 1994, some people were opposed to the idea of adding another playoff team. Selig had wanted to add a second wild card to the playoff system for a few years, […]

MLB Playoffs: Ranking the Five Best Playoff Rotations

Gio Gonzalez Washington Nationals

Pitching wins championships. It’s a phrase that has been uttered so many times throughout the game of baseball. The San Francisco Giants in 2010 were the perfect example of great pitching can sometimes out weight not having  a powerhouse offense. With […]

Sanchez Flirts With a No-Hit Bid; Detroit Tigers Win

Anibal Sanchez Detroit Tigers

Anibal Sanchez had retired the first two batters in the bottom of the seventh, before Carlos Santana broke up the no-hit bid with a triple. Sanchez had looked dominate all day against the Cleveland Indians’ hitters. Until Santana broke up the […]

Justin Verlander in Cy Young Form, Tigers Blank the Indians

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A night after being rained out, Justin Verlander eagerly awaited his turn on the mound to wash away the bad taste that the Los Angeles Angels left in his mouth after getting hit around last start. It was clear from the […]