By The BS Show Shane Lantz I was watching the Mariners game at home on Tuesday afternoon, tucked into the dark repose of my living room, the blinds drawn as … Continue Reading The Greatness of Marco
The Kansas City Royals have greatly over performed their talent during the post season, and are now one win away from the World Series. We take a look at what’s fueled the run.
The 2014 edition of the MLB non-waiver trade deadline was one of the craziest in recent memory. It saw the A’s trade LF Yoenis Cespedes for SP John Lackey and … Continue Reading Jack Zduriencik won the trade dead line, on and off the field
Marlon Byrd is 36 years old, and he is currently crushing the ball while wearing a Phillies uniform. With Philadelphia’s struggles this year, they are going to be looking to off-load … Continue Reading Marlon Byrd makes sense for the Mariners, at the right price.
The Seattle Mariners, and the San Francisco Giants,are looking at trading for Chicago White Sox outfielder Dayan Viciedo according to MLB Trade rumors. General Manager Jack Zduriencik is looking to … Continue Reading The Mariners are reportedly interested in White Sox outfielder Dayan Viciedo
Endy Chavez was first called up from the minors in 2001. He has since spent the entirety of his 14-year career bouncing the minors and the majors. The 2014 season … Continue Reading A quick look at Endy Chavez’s MLB performance in 2014
So far in the 2014 MLB season has seen an exceptional amount of mediocrity from the majority of its teams, and only a handful have clearly established that they are … Continue Reading MLB Divisional Power Rankings for May
As the MLB season has completed its first month, there are only a handful of teams that appear to be out of the playoff picture *cough, cough..Astros*. This is easily the most … Continue Reading An early look at the MLB playoff race
The American League Central, according to our divisional power rankings, is the second worst division in the MLB. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to take a look … Continue Reading AL Central Power Rankings; the after April edition.
We continue our look at each of the six divisions within baseball, by handing out rankings to each team within the division using sabermetrics. The three statistics that we will … Continue Reading NL West Power Rankings; the post April edition
For those of you who saw our divisional power rankings for April, this next part of the series shouldn’t be that hard to follow, as we go through each of … Continue Reading AL West Power Rankings; the post April edition
Sports fans are weird creatures, we always look to way to prove that our favorite team is better than yours…and that the competition said team plays is tougher than that … Continue Reading MLB Divisional Power Rankings for April
The Seattle Mariners started off the 2014 season hot, the team won seven of the team’s first 12 games and many people were on the band wagon ready for a playoff … Continue Reading Here is why Mariners’ fans are overreacting to the 6-game losing streak
It’s truly incredible how often people state that baseball isn’t a dangerous sport, and that you don’t have to be anywhere as tough to play the game as you do … Continue Reading Fantasy baseball week two: Injuries are a part of baseball life
The AL West is going to be one of the more interesting divisions to watch in the MLB this year, and it’s not because of the how talented all of … Continue Reading Examining what the rash of injuries in the AL West means for the division title race
Justin Smoak and Dustin Ackley have struggled mightily during the course of their young MLB careers, but they have also flashed plenty of titillating potential. The back and forth between … Continue Reading Let’s take a way to early look at Dustin Ackley and Justin Smoak’s numbers