We Have Our First No-No of the Season!

I usually don’t post on the weekends, but this is important. Oakland’s Sean Manaea just no-hit the hottest hitting team in baseball, the Boston Red Sox. https://twitter.com/Athletics/status/987896008603402240 https://twitter.com/PitchingNinja/status/987895568205860864 The Athletics southpaw also had ten strikeouts to go along with the shutout, and outdueled Chris Sale for the win. Big ups to my dude Jon Lucroy…… Continue reading We Have Our First No-No of the Season!

Dodgers Trade For Josh Reddick And Rich Hill

The Dodgers made one move to address two key areas today, trading Jharel Cotton, Grant Holmes, and Frankie Montas to Oakland for Josh Reddick and Rich Hill.  Both Reddick and Hill are set to hit the free agent market at the end of the year. https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/760159554046918656 The deal may free up the Dodgers to trade…… Continue reading Dodgers Trade For Josh Reddick And Rich Hill

Oakland Outfielder Josh Reddick Fractures Left Thumb

Athletics outfielder Josh Reddick left today’s game with what has now been diagnosed as a fractured left thumb.  Reddick suffered the injury sliding into second base.  Reddick is expecting to miss 4-6 weeks due to the injury, which comes as a major blow to an Athletics team that is already suffering a lot of injuries.…… Continue reading Oakland Outfielder Josh Reddick Fractures Left Thumb

Pitching By Committee-no more starters?

Traditionalists will not like this, but the wave of the future could be starting pitchers going fewer innings than they currently do. MLB.com columnist Mike Petriello presents a very compelling argument in favor of this titled Game changers: No more starter or reliever labels. Check it out. As most of you are aware, for most starting…… Continue reading Pitching By Committee-no more starters?