The Oakland Athletics survived their two month long collapse, and are facing the Kansas City Royals in Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday night. Here are three things to watch for during the first game of the 2014 MLB Playoffs.
The Mariners may have won the last three games of their season, but it was not enough to for game 163. Despite the lack of a playoff birth, the 2014 season was a major success. We take a look at the highs, the lows, and the awesome from this past season.
We continue our look at the MLB post season awards, with the AL Cy Young. This award goes to the best pitcher in the league and the AL is full of good candidates.
The AL MVP award is the award given out to the most valuable player in the American League. We take a look at the five players we think have a shot at winning the award, and who we think should win it.
The Seattle Mariners find themselves hunt for October, in September, for the first time since 2003. In 2003, the M’s coughed up a division and WC lead to Oakland…now its the A’s turn.
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 LF/RF Johnny Gomes; the Tigers, Mariners, and Rays combined in a three-team trade that the M’s probably won; […]
The City of San Diego opened up the $450 million Petco Park in time for the 2004 MLB season, two years after it was originally scheduled to open, with the first Padres game being played on April 8th of that year. In the ten years since, not a […]
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 add more right-handed power bats to the line-up to help balance out the left-handed hitters on the roster. Seattle […]
The decline of offense, and scoring, in the MLB since the end of the steroid era has been something that has been a topic of discussion for a while now. With the end of the steroid era, came the end of baseball’s dominating era of offense. No longer […]
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 better (or worse) than the middling pack. This is especially true in the American League, were there are […]