If we’re testing Eric Thames, we better be testing Chase Headley and Avisail Garcia, too. That and more on the ample amount of stupidity around MLB.
Good luck getting a baseball past Eric Thames right now. He’s homered in five straight and leads the league with 7. Plus, how about that Dansby Swanson?
Baseball is officially back, fans! And we’ve got three great duels today, with Jon Lester/Carlos Martinez as our main event. Where will you be?
It’s nearly impossible to argue against the Cubs infield being the best currently, but could they be remembered as the best ever?
No repeat this year, Cubs fans. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals rise back to the top of the NL Central. But how do they get there?
Do the 2016 World Series-winning Chicago Cubs have a chance to repeat? Of course; all champions do. But recent history doesn’t look kindly on their chances.
Who’s overrated? Who’s underrated? And who’s winning it all? Don’t be surprised to see Cleveland and Chicago fighting for baseball’s biggest prize again.
The 2016 MLB season had it all—the end of a drought, new stars, a wonderful send off—but can the 2017 season replicate last year’s magic?
Using the 25 best World Series winners in MLB history, we revisited the 1927 Yankees, or rather, Murderers’ Row. Were they the best of all time?
What does spring training mean to you? For the Cubs, it’s about finding that rhythm again. For Tim Tebow, it’s about taking a shot. What else?
In Shaun’s first mailbag, he tackles which Jake Arrieta will appear in 2017, Matt Garza, and who is the best. The best at what? Well…
We’re almost through January and the MLB Offseason has stalled. So, let’s look back at some of the most promising additions over the past few months.
Brett Anderson burst on to the scene in 2009, but ever since hasn’t been able to stay on the field consistently. Now he gets a shot with the champions.
MLB’s offseason continues to drag along, nobody wants to spend money on home run hitters, and Manny Ramirez is going to play baseball again.
Not every MLB transaction will shake you to your core, but Koji Uehara, Mike Dunn, Junichi Tazawa, and Brad Ziegler all found new homes this past week.
Year after year, no tears were shed by this Cubs fan. Not even in the moments following their Game 7 win over Cleveland. Then all the memories came back.
Dexter Fowler spent two years in Chicago, put up his best numbers, and helped them win a ring. Then he got paid—and he’s earned every cent.