From Bryce Harper and Hunter Strickland exchanging blows to Mike Trout being on the shelf for a couple months, Monday was all sorts of stupid for MLB.
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are no-doubters when it comes to the All-MLB lineup, but if you had to fill out an entire card, who else would you choose?
Turns out, Bryce Harper is (still) extremely good at baseball! Plus, the Brewers are surprising and the Rockies finally have pitching. What’s going on?
Jacoby Ellsbury is off to a promising start in 2017, but his Yankees tenure overall has been anything but thus far. But has he been as bad as we think?
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?
When it comes to the World Baseball Classic, the US has plenty of talent to pick from. Why then, do so many seem so disinterested when the WBC comes around?
It’s been lost past time for the Angels to start helping Mike Trout, but over the past couple months they’ve done just that—little by little. Is it enough?
Can we expect much out of the Angels in 2017? The short answer is: probably not. The long answer: it’s kind of a big mess.
Justin Verlander doesn’t win an award, Mike Trout does, and we start freaking out over contracts for relievers for some reason. It’s the MLB offseason!
Cameron Maybin has been in the big leagues for a decade, and has rarely shined. This season, he’ll be taking a shot with his sixth team: the Angels.
Most of us love seeing perfect games, but sometimes, common sense takes precedence. Oh, and it’s time to talk about Mike Trout not winning MVP again.
Forget about the ESPYs—we’ve got the Disney Afternoon Awards, but for baseball. As MLB’s second half continues, who has stood out, and for what reasons?
How close are the Giants to overtaking the Cubbies? Cleveland is playing like the city hasn’t seen a championship in a week, and much, much more.
While there is likely no reality where a Trout trade actually happens, it’s impossible to ignore the rough patch the Angels are in, and face going forward.
Is Jackie Bradley, Jr. becoming the real deal? Will the Rangers and Jays meet again in the postseason? The theme of this week: chaos.
We’re only four weeks in, but we’ve reached a point where both teams from Chicago are among the best in baseball. What else transpired this past week?