Hall of Fame 2022 Ballot Preview: Prince Fielder

As we continue our series of Hall of Fame ballot previews with the MLB shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, we take a look at the career of Prince Fielder. The son of a two-time home run champ in Cecil Fielder, Prince had plenty of power as well, leading the NL with 50 homers... Continue Reading →

Hall of Fame 2022 Ballot Preview: Joe Nathan

Continuing our series on Hall of Fame ballot previews as the MLB is shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, we turn our attention to Joe Nathan. Nathan was a fantastic reliever primarily for the Twins, though he made two of his six All-Star appearances with the Rangers. To view the full series, click here. Why... Continue Reading →

Detroit Tigers Trade Deadline Goals

The Detroit Tigers are not a fun team to talk about in 2019. They have the worst offensive stats in the American League (by far), they've suffered injuries across their major league roster and they're one of the worst teams in baseball. But they have some players who have performed well enough to be shipped... Continue Reading →

MLB Season Forecast

I know, technically the season has started as the A's and Mariners have played a two-game set in Japan to officially start the regular season. I wanted to wait as long as possible to see if Dallas Keuchel or Craig Kimbrel would sign before the regular season started. I want to clarify: I am NOT... Continue Reading →

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