MLB Offseason Power Rankings: 1/9/21

The MLB market has finally began to chug along again as teams have begun to make season altering moves once again. And even though the top free agents still remain on the table, and many trades seem to be lurking in the shadows, we want to give our top 5 teams winning this offseason so... Continue Reading →

Steve Cishek: Perfect For The Dodgers

It's not secret the Dodgers needed to and are adding to a depleted pen. They have traded for Corey Knebel, resigned Scott Alexander, Jimmy Nelson, and made a flurry of minor league moves including names like Brandon Morrow. It's also known that the Dodgers are trying to replicate the success their World Series counterparts uncovered... Continue Reading →

Catchers: Under The Radar FA’s

Everyone is aware of the elite tier of free agents this year like Bauer, LeMahieu, or Springer. Or the Top Trade targets of Lindor, Bryant, and Arenado. But rarely do the biggest signings make the most impact. 1 man can not win for 24 others. Mookie may have been the final piece for a finally... Continue Reading →

World Series Stats

Highlights World Series Team ComparisonGame 6 HighlightsPitchingBatting It's already been an incredible start to the World Series with some huge standouts. The Dodgers dominated game 1, and the Rays game 2. It almost seemed as if both teams chose to use their B guys, against the other team's A guys in the games. The Dodgers... Continue Reading →

3 Keys for a Dodger’s World Series Win

1) Beat The Rays Starters The Rays have possibly the best trio of starters in baseball, Glasnow, Snell, and Morton. (Granted two of them are having very average postseasons) If the Dodgers want to win this series, the other starters need to follow Kershaw's example and out-pitch their counterpart. Luckily, the Dodgers have the ability... Continue Reading →

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