Would The MLB Be Better Off With No Minor Leagues?

I heard an interesting argument today that the MLB would be better off with no minor leagues. Obviously, this argument was centered on the basis that we are in a perfect world where such a system could be implemented; in our current world, no system could be implemented. The reasons that this system could neverContinue reading “Would The MLB Be Better Off With No Minor Leagues?”

The Player on Each Team That has the Best Chance of Making it to the Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame can be a tough place to get in. Dick Allen proved that statement to be correct when he fell short of the Hall, despite being considered the best player to never make it to the Hall of Fame. But today I’m going to be taking a look at the player withContinue reading “The Player on Each Team That has the Best Chance of Making it to the Hall of Fame”

2021 MLB Predictions and Hot Takes

It’s not easy trying to predict baseball. Tim Kurkjian demonstrated that in 2014 as the baseball expert went 0-9 on his postseason predictions. But today I’m going to try to predict the 2021 season, taking into account what’s happened this offseason. Projected Standings and Team Previews This is a two in one deal to kickContinue reading “2021 MLB Predictions and Hot Takes”

Breaking Down The Most Chaotic Week In Years

This was the biggest week of this offseason. From the hall of fame failure, to the blockbuster trade, to the free agent signings, this week has been very chaotic. I’ve actually written individual articles about all of these, but I’ve decided to combine them to get this! Enjoy. The Hall Of Fame Failure This wasContinue reading “Breaking Down The Most Chaotic Week In Years”

Here’s What Theo Epstein Can Do To Save Baseball

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about the Three True Outcomes. Since then, I’ve realized that the Three True Outcomes doesn’t make baseball more interesting for the average consumer; it makes baseball more boring. Theo Epstein has recently been hired by the MLB to make baseball more fast and exciting. It’s no secretContinue reading “Here’s What Theo Epstein Can Do To Save Baseball”

Expanding The Playoffs Will Hurt Baseball Beyond Repair

Some people believe that we should expand the playoffs permanently. Others believe that we shouldn’t have playoffs at all. I agree with neither; I believe that we should keep the playoffs where they were in the 2019 season because that’s the only way to find true champions. Let me backtrack that last statement: a 10Continue reading “Expanding The Playoffs Will Hurt Baseball Beyond Repair”

The Francisco Lindor Trade Shows The Shifting Of Power in The MLB

On January 7, 2021, baseball’s best SS was traded to the Mets in a deal that shocked the baseball world. Also included in the trade was SP Carlos Carrasco. The duo was dealt to the Mets in exchange for prospects Isaiah Greene and Josh Wolf, as well as Andres Gimenez and Amed Rosario. I’m notContinue reading “The Francisco Lindor Trade Shows The Shifting Of Power in The MLB”

Baseball is Unfair: A Deep Look At Money In Baseball

It’s no secret that baseball is unfair. If you take a look at the top teams in player payroll, it’s pretty obvious to any average person that baseball success is defined by money. It only makes sense: more money means better players. I only wish that I could look any person in the eye andContinue reading “Baseball is Unfair: A Deep Look At Money In Baseball”

Let’s Talk About My Article Schedule | Website Update

I hate doing these website updates, because that usually means that I haven’t posted in a while. I really hate that. I want to release good, quality articles on a weekly basis but it’s been taking much longer than that. Ever since December 15 when I released my last article, I’ve been working on thisContinue reading “Let’s Talk About My Article Schedule | Website Update”