Scott gives his predictions for each division in the American League and National League.
Bob breaks out the predictions for the upcoming MLB campaign in the National League.
Scott, Jeremy and Jason got into the debate about Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, and whether he should even be considered for the MLB Most Valuable Player award.
I know the feeling needs to be that Nelson Cruz wants a four year deal and the Orioles won’t give it to him, so he is gone. Not so fast.
Forget that “It ain’t over till it’s over” and that Fat Lady stuff. If the Giants would have won Game 2 of the World Series it was O-V-E-R. Cue Jarrod Dyson for his latest hit […]
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Aside from a seemingly generous strike zone, Scott also appeared to clap when Yasiel Puig was struck out during the third inning.
While Baltimore’s 161 homers lead the majors by a comfortable margin, that power has overshadowed an outstanding run by the pitching staff.
As the post-All-Star Game portion of the season is about to begin, let’s see how I’m doing up to this point.
I’ve looked at the schedule of all of the American League East teams and broke down how I thought the five teams would finish the season.
The Athletics have some incentive for an AL victory in the All-Star game; since 2003, the winner’s league gets to start the World Series at home, and 23 of the last 28 titles were won by teams scheduled to host four of a possible seven games.
The Orioles, however, are not in the same wait-and-see mode as an organization. Ideally, they’d also like to trade for a big name pitcher much like their cross-country rivals, but may not have the talent in the minors to do so.