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”

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”

The Firing Of Rick Renteria Was A Culmination Of 4 Bad Moments

It may have came as a surprise to many when Rick Hahn announced that Rick Renteria and the White Sox had “mutually” agreed to part ways. It certainly came as a surprise to me, as a White Sox fan, who thought that the Sox wouldn’t have the balls to fire him. However, looking back itContinue reading “The Firing Of Rick Renteria Was A Culmination Of 4 Bad Moments”

How Big Should The Playoffs Be For a Shortened Season?

It is a well known fact that the 2020 MLB season will be shortened. We will get something between 50-81 games, if we get something at all. Earlier today, the owners proposed a 76 game season that will likely be rejected. At some point, the owners and the players will likely reach a deal. ButContinue reading “How Big Should The Playoffs Be For a Shortened Season?”

The Cubs: Rebuild or Reload?

It’s that time of year. Teams at this time of year have the option to rebuild or reload. For some teams it’s never rebuild, it’s reload. Examples include the Red Sox and the Yankees, teams that will have an endless budget. But then, there are average teams like the Cubs that will have to rebuild,Continue reading “The Cubs: Rebuild or Reload?”