He’s got a point.
A new NFL season is upon us. Plus, this week has been rampant with tradesa��both in the NFL and across MLB. And, more McGregor news? It’s quiz time!
Injuries, too hot and cold, not living up to our expectations… It’s time for somea��like Stanton and Puiga��to bounce back as we go through spring training.
Sorry, National League, it’s time for a change.
Daniel Murphy has a new home, and more from the week that was in MLB.
The Padres have already moved Kimbrel, and it’s time to attempt moving Shields.
Instead of breaking down all of the notable names, let’s pick a position-by-position lineup of the best.
The San Diego Padres took a lot of chances in 2015,
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
If the Padres really want to be competitive this season, they need to pursue James Shields.
The Braves seem to be building toward something, but what?
What should we looking for as the Winter Meetings get underway next week?
The Braves aren’t exactly in a full rebuild, but the moves they made this week reveal a shift in the organization’s near future.
Handing out some All-Star break awards based on the most innovative first-person shooter game of all time.
The Uptons manage to stay on the field, but somehow never live up to the hype. Meanwhile, two quiet guys named Drew find their way to Dirt Dog Nation.
While things didn’t quite click for 2013, the outlook for the 2014 season is good.
Will maximizing your best hitter’s at bats maximize his production?
If you had a top prospect, would you trade him for an All Star?