This week’s quiz, we’re taking a trip back to the past. From Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game to a World Series that wasn’t, it’s time to take your shot!
From the 2016 Warriors to the New York Giants and 1987 Minnesota Twins, the best team in the regular season is never guaranteed a championship.
The Houston Astros are rolling, and are currently MLB’s best. But it wasn’t always this way. How close have they been to the ultimate success before?
In the finale of our three-part look back at Pirates MVP-winners, we finish up with two outfielders, and one of the best of all time—Bonds and Cutch.
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?
Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen is off to another shaky start, a far cry from his 2013 MVP-self. Which got us thinking about Clemente, and other Pirates MVPs.
It’s another day featuring the unstoppable Chris Sale, plus a trio of lefties (Duffy, Lester and Quintana) will try to get on track. But that’s not all!
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.
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?
This week, we touch on bad fantasy baseball decisions involving Yoenis Céspedes, the lack of run support for MadBum, Holland’s return and plenty more.
The results are in and the Tampa Bay Rays are winning the 2017 World Series. But how else did the rest of our simulation shake out?
It’s nearly impossible to argue against the Cubs infield being the best currently, but could they be remembered as the best ever?
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?