Filled out some All-Star ballots online x25 this past weekend. Today’s the last full day left to vote before selections are announced on Sunday on TBS, so I had to get my ballot for the best in fantasy baseball in each league at each position submitted. In case you missed my picks, they were posted […]
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As if Bryce Harper didn’t already have so much going for him, now he will soon have a trademark on one of his lines. Under Armour will soon start selling shirts emblazoned with the quote on it and Harper has applied to trademark the now famous response to a reporter’s question. Shortly after the Nationals […]
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Tyrone Schiff of the TheBaseballEngine.com for putting this review together for his site. Yahoo!’s ranking statistic O-rank proved to be the straw that broke the camel’s back for me in July 2010. I had been playing on Yahoo! (my league decided to migrate to ESPN this year) in a 12 man, […]
Anytime there is a no hitter, or better yet, a perfect game, it seems like there’s a great catch that saves the day. Gregor Blanco is the one who helped save Matt Cain’s perfect game on Wednesday night. Your browser does not support iframes.
The Milwaukee Brewers held an 80′s flashback road trip recently, but Ryan Braun was too cool to participate I guess. Picture is compliments of Carlos Gomez’s Twitter account.
The high tech center of the USA is definitely the Bay Area. In fact, the region of the country that houses the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants has a company called Instagram just a few miles from its ballparks. The Giants do a great job on all of its social media use. Where are […]
Every year since 1965, Major League Baseball has conducted its annual amateur draft, selecting players from both the high school and college ranks who have the potential to develop into stars in MLB. While drafting is certainly not an exact science, millions of dollars are spent each year in scouting and development, with the hope […]
As more baseball managers employ the defensive shift, it could have a profound effect on some of your favorite fantasy baseball players. The Increased Use of the Shift in Baseball and its Effects on Fantasy Baseball Joe Maddon never has been a traditional manager. Remember, this is the guy who once intentionally walked a man […]