Tag Archives: MLB

Kris Bryant wants to stay with Cubs

Kris Bryant, the third baseman and outfielder for the Chicago Cubs, has expressed his desire to remain with the team. Bryant has arguably been the strongest asset to the Cubs program since 2015. He’s hit 138 home runs in the 706 games he’s played during his career in Chicago. But …

Read More »

Brewers Looking to Rebound in 2020 Season

Last season, optimism was high for the Milwaukee Brewers heading into 2019. Fresh off an appearance in the National League Championship Series a year prior, the Brewers were striving for a World Series title. While they didn’t accomplish this feat, the season wasn’t a total washout, as the Brewers still …

Read More »

Angels are retooled and hopeful heading into 2020 season

Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout, left, and Shohei Ohtani watch batting practice during spring training baseball practice, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Mike Trout. Anthony Rendon. Shohei Ohtani. The Los Angeles Angels are not lacking star power. They have perhaps the best player ever leading their team, along with one of the best third basemen in the MLB and a new-age Babe Ruth. Yes. pic.twitter.com/ZJI2yqprot — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) February 19, …

Read More »

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred apologizes amid Astros scandal

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is under fire after an interview with ESPN where he described the World Series trophy as, “a piece of metal.” On Tuesday, Manfred apologized for his comments. These comments come in the wake of the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal. In the incident, the MLB investigated and …

Read More »

Dodgers ready to move on

Despite learning that the Astros cheated in the 2017 World Series to win, the Dodgers are ready to focus on the season ahead. Dodgers enter season with high expectations Pitchers and catchers have practiced for about a week now as more position players join them to prepare for their first …

Read More »

Astros Express Regret, Apologize for Sign-Stealing

The Houston Astros’ sign-stealing saga continues. The baseball world heard from some of those involved after the scandal headed down the rabbit hole. Members of the organization apologized for the roles played in the scandal at a press conference on Thursday. Astros owner and chairman Jim Crane, newly hired manager …

Read More »

From Fenway to LA: Betts and Price talk blockbuster

First Major League Baseball disciplines the Houston Astros for stealing signs in 2017. Now, one of the league’s top superstars is on the move, and he’s headed across the country. The 2018 American League MVP, Mookie Betts, along with pitcher and teammate David Price, will now call the West Coast their home. …

Read More »