MLB Players Gone Wild: Gloves Now On Both Hands

MLB players have now put the glove on both hands and instead of a baseball game you get WWE smackdown as one player usually sends both teams ”cannon-balling” onto the field creating utter chaos. Benches have been clearing like window washers in the recent weeks of MLB play.  Actions like these will be sure to sell more and more  MLB Tickets. Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, … [Read more...] about MLB Players Gone Wild: Gloves Now On Both Hands

When Judging Players, Join The 21st Century

By Mike Clay You can calculate batting average. You can recognize when a player commits an error. You know all about Runs Batted In or, as they’re more commonly referred to, “RBIs”. In the old days, that was about all you needed to know to hold a conversation about the best and worst players in the major leagues. Today, that just doesn’t cut it. Enter terms like OPS, BABIP, … [Read more...] about When Judging Players, Join The 21st Century

Why the World Baseball Classic Truly is Classic

By Miguel Salcido There are a lot of naysayers out there that claim the World Baseball Classic (WBC) to be, well, not very classic. On the flip side, there are also many people that love it. Let’s examine both sides, first we look at the camp that argues against the WBC. Here are the main arguments against the WBC that I hear along with my counter points: Not ALL … [Read more...] about Why the World Baseball Classic Truly is Classic

Who Is Madison Bumgarner?

If you watched any part of Game 7 in the 2014 World Series you may have met “Mad Bum” as he destroyed the Kansas City Royals (on two days rest) and was crowned the series MVP. What you didn’t learn then– Madison Bumgarner is from a tiny town in North Carolina, called Hickory — nicknamed more than a century ago as “Bumtown”. Eric Adelson of Yahoo Sports, wrote a … [Read more...] about Who Is Madison Bumgarner?