Ah, yes. After-Baseball season, when drama falls from the sky like rain and hot takes are thrown around willy-nilly. This week in particular is usually a busy one for baseball fans, but the most important thing that happens around this time is the announcement of the Hall of Fame Ballot. This year, we have so…… Continue reading This Year’s Hall of Fame Ballot PLUS the Return of #MooseWatch
Bagwell, Raines, Rodriguez are in!
Pudge, ManRam, Vlad, ‘Tek and more are first timers this year.
AL and NL Managers of the Year were announced last night and while the AL winner isn’t much of a surprise, the NL was a very pleasant (and, in my opinion, very welcome) surprise. AL Manager of the Year – Terry Francona, Cleveland https://twitter.com/MLBStatoftheDay/status/798679888282537984 Tito was an easy choice. This is the second time in…… Continue reading Surprises And Not Surprises for Manager of the Year
Prof: Well, it’s time for another breakdown of our breakdowns. Let’s see who my colleague and I picked for our Rookie of the Year candidates and our choice for winners. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oWVF51WbWk Prof – American League: Tyler Naquin, Gary Sanchez, and Michael Fulmer My choice – Gary Sanchez National League: Corey Seager, Steven Matz, and Trevor…… Continue reading He Said, She Said – Rookie of the Year Recaps
Announcements are in! Let’s give a warm welcome to the newest inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ken Griffey, Jr: Griffey received 437 of 440 votes, or 99.3% passing Tom Seaver’s record for largest percentage of votes. Shockingly, there were three writers who felt Griffey was not deserving. Junior played for 22 seasons,…… Continue reading Welcome Class of 2016!
Who’s your thought on the best players not in Cooperstown?
Shaughnessy is that clown around town.
There are many like it, but this one is mine…