The lockout is over. The MLB season is happening. Spring Training is here. We finally got to witness the post-lockout transaction frenzy. Correa, Story, Freeman, Matt Chapman, and Jesse Winker have all moved teams since March 10th. The flurry of deals has definitely lived up to the hype. Among the teams making moves were the... Continue Reading →
Freddie Freeman Might Be the Perfect Blue Jay
One of the core pillars of journalism is to be neutral and write without bias towards any outside party. One of the core pillars of blogging is to often times be the biggest fanboy you can be. I will try to play both sides of this fence when I say the following statement; Frederick Freeman... Continue Reading →
Which MLB Teams Get the Most Value Out of Their Roster?
Last week, Francisco Lindor's comments regarding analytics in baseball created a major discussion piece around the game. Lindor claimed that analytics weren’t in the best interest of players and that it was preventing players from being paid. This led to many other players commenting on what their beliefs were on the role of analytics in... Continue Reading →