Category Archives: MLB

Hedges’ Adjustments Are Paying Dividends

Austin Hedges has always been known for his defense, but his offensive abilities have been questioned since he was drafted. In 2014, Fangraphs graded his arm 70/70, but only 20/40 for his bat, and some wondered if his offensive inconsistency … Continue reading

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The Bullpen Is Truly a Relief For the Dodgers

The Dodgers are currently sitting within arm’s reach of 1st place. As the halfway-point of the season approaches, the Dodgers, who are tied in 2nd place in the National League West, and sharing the 3rd best record in the whole of … Continue reading

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The Impact From the Top Step and A View of the Successes so far

At the time of this writing, the Arizona Diamondbacks are 34-25, two games back of the Colorado Rockies, and with a 3.5 game lead in the Wild Card above the Brewers. Yes, those Brewers. It is early June and there … Continue reading

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Is Three A Crowd? Getting to Know the Padres Rule 5 Draft Players

When the Padres announced their roster just before opening day, I think it’s safe to say that many fans were shocked. In addition to rostering 4 catchers, and starting fan-favorite Cory Spangenberg in AAA, the Padres opened the season with … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Depth and How To Handle It

On the night of Tuesday, May 9th, Mexican Heritage Night at Dodger Stadium, Julio Urías, a 20 year old from Mexico, was throwing 6+ no-hit innings. On a ball hit by Andrew McCutchen, Andrew Toles made a valiant effort to … Continue reading

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A Quick Glance at the First Place D-Backs

We are a few days into May baseball and the Diamondbacks are in first place. I want to go over a few points that are contributing to their success so far this season. Health plays a big part of any … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Pitching Staffs: Breaking down the Padres’ first 23 games.

Over the first month of the season, it seems the Padres have shown us two different sides to the team. From an Opening Day blowout loss in Los Angeles to a 1-0 victory at home, the 2017 season has been a … Continue reading

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