Soon after the second-half plunge began in Major League Baseball, MLB.com had rearranged it’s most impressive top-100 prospects. As players from every team rank amongst the best of the best when it comes to minor league baseball, five-tool players, monstrous hitters, and fireballers are placed Continue reading What the Cubs have in Store with their Farm System
Putting yet another All-Star Game in the books, 84 to be exact, teams have now entered the second-half of the 2013 baseball season. As of July 21st, the AL Central leading Detroit Tigers start the second half facing the Kansas City Royals Continue reading The Man, The Myth, The Legend: Miguel Cabrera
Reaching the mid-season mark, former AL MVP and 5x All-Star Josh Hamilton has yet to prove his “old-ways” in Anaheim. After a blockbuster move was made by the Angles of Anaheim in the 2012 off-season, Josh Hamilton had taken his talents Continue reading Behind Enemy Lines: Josh Hamilton
Created in comical form in the mid-1930’s, a superhero brought to earth was more than just an ordanary newspaper writer. A man named, Clark Kent, was a dedicated newspaper writer, but when danger aproached, Kent switched into his other identiy, Continue reading Jim Borwn: A True Superhero
As we know in baseball, second year players can run into a “Sophomore Jinx” or a “Sophomore Slump”. For instance, if a player such as Bryce Harper or Mike Trout (rookies in 2012) were to do bad up at the plate this season, Continue reading Sophomore Success: Which Quarterback will have the Best Second Season?