MLB Playoffs 2013: Ranking the Top 15 Relief Pitchers


What a World Series Win Would Mean For Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds have not won or played in a World Series since 1990. For one of the most successful franchises in MLB History, this is considered a drought. After going through a lot of changes since then, including moving into a […]

What a World Series Win Would Mean For Tampa Bay Rays

Joe Maddon

A lot has changed for the Tampa Bay Rays since Joe Maddon has taken over as manager. They dropped the word Devil from their name, changed their uniform colors and started winning baseball games. Before Maddon was hired, the Rays […]

What a World Series Win Would Mean For Oakland A’s

Oakland Athletics

The success of Billy Beane‘s Moneyball has been well documented. There has been a major Hollywood movie, a book and many guys trying to copy his formula. He has been given a lot of credit for making the Oakland Athletics a […]

Emilio Bonifacio Revived Kansas City Royals’ Playoffs Hopes

Emilio Bonifacio

In an under the radar move, the Kansas City Royals acquired Emilio Bonifacio from the Toronto Blue Jays on August 14. At the time, Bonifacio was hitting .218 with Toronto and had a .258 OBP with 12 stolen bases in […]

Pair of Ex-Marlin Teammates Get First Shot at Postseason With Los Angeles Dodgers

Hanley Ramirez

In the offseason leading up to the 2006 MLB campaign, the Florida Marlins went through another rebuilding stretch. They traded away veterans Mike Lowell, Josh Beckett, Carlos Delgado, Paul Lo Duca, Juan Pierre, Luis Castillo and others to bring in […]

Alexi Ogando Solidifies Texas Rangers Rotation

Alexi Ogando

On August 31, it seemed as though the Texas Rangers had locked up a playoff berth in the AL. They were either going to win the AL Wast or run away with the first Wild Card spot. However, since September […]

Can Miami Marlins Avoid 100-Loss Season?

Mike Redmond

Coming into the season, there were very low expectations for the Miami Marlins. It was less than two years ago that they were the talk of the baseball world by signing Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Heath Bell and trading for […]

Jose Fernandez Looks to Sway Voters in His Final Start

Jose Fernandez

An incredible year for Miami Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez will come to an end on Wednesday night against the Atlanta Braves. He has already accomplished more than anyone thought he would, but he looks to finish things off in style. […]

Miami Marlins’ Chris Coghlan at Third Base … For Now

Chris Coghlan

When the Florida Marlins needed some offense in 2009, they called up Chris Coghlan. He was a second baseman at the time and was blocked by Dan Uggla, so they tried him out in left field. With only a handful […]

Miami Marlins Pitchers Are Providing Their Own Offense

Henderson Alvarez

The Miami Marlins are last in MLB in runs scored by a wide margin. They are almost 80 runs behind the next team and are also tied for last in home runs. Their pitching, on the other hand, has been solid since […]

Only Joe Maddon Can Fix the Los Angeles Angels

Joe Maddon

On Tuesday night Joe Maddon looked across the field and saw his former mentor, Mike Scioscia, struggling to piece together a lineup from his nearly $128 million payroll. His Tampa Bay Rays are tied with the Oakland Athletics for the […]