Just months after the Atlanta Braves took home a World Series title over the Houston Astros, the baseball scene in North America has gone quiet. The rush on free agents as teams look to stock their cupboards for another run at the World Series in 2022 has stopped and things have come to a grinding… Read More MLB’s Lockout Is a Stain on Baseball
It’s May 2021; the National Hockey League playoffs are about to begin. It’s been a season like no other. A global pandemic has kept fans away from arenas in Canada, and the teams, unable to cross the border, have been forced to square off against themselves in an all-Canadian division. It’s been a tough year… Read More Canadian Sports Rivalries – Toronto Vs. Montreal
In every sport, the best players have people who credit them with being the best to ever walk the earth and those who think they are overrated or aren’t good altogether. One of baseball’s brightest young stars in Fernando Tatis Jr. is no exception as the question continues, is he worth all of the hype?… Read More Is Fernando Tatis Jr. Worth The Hype?
Before the season began, if you would have asked the Blue Jays if they would be happy with being 27-25 and 1.5 games back of the second wild-card spot 52 games into the season, they likely would have taken it. Considering the injuries that the team has sustained, you wouldn’t be wrong to wonder what… Read More It’s Time For the Blue Jays To Start Thinking About Replacing Charlie Montoyo
All sports have some kind of unwritten rules among players, whether it’s not being allowed to take liberties with other teams star players, needing to fight when you make a dirty hit in hockey, or giving possession back to a team after they kick it out of bounds to have an injured player be looked… Read More The Stupidity of Baseball’s Unwritten Rules
It wasn’t too long ago where we saw the 2015 version of the Toronto Blue Jays bringing new hope to the fan base with players like José Bautista, Josh Donaldson, Edwin Encarnación, and David Price leading the way. Since then, there have been some tough times, but after a changing of the guard, there is… Read More Blue Jays Are Playing Fun, Inspired Baseball
On March 6, Trevor Bauer pitched with one eye closed during a spring training game in a game against the San Diego Padres. On April 24th, Fernando Tatis Jr. saw a chance to get back at him. He hit the second pitch of the game deep. He then proceeded to turn to his dugout with… Read More Trevor Bauer, Fernando Tatis Jr. Share Exchanges After Padres vs Dodgers Clash
Ke’Bryan Hayes has been out of the Pirates lineup after hurting his wrist on a swing on the April 3rd matchup against the Cubs. He returned to Pittsburgh for further evaluation last week. Hayes’ health has improved enough to be taking indoor batting practice off of a high-velocity pitching machine on Wednesday in Detroit. While… Read More Ke’Bryan Hayes Sufferers Setback, To Miss More Time
Baseball has always had a hard time getting with the times and that has left them playing catchup when compared to other sports, but when it comes to robot officials. they have a chance to make history and use them in a game. One of my favourite-baseball related Twitter accounts is @UmpScorecards and you should… Read More It’s Time For MLB to Introduce Robot Umpires
The Toronto Blue Jays made their big splash in the offseason by signing former Astro George Springer to a six-year $150 million deal becoming the highest-paid player in the team’s history. To say that things haven’t gotten off to an ideal start with Springer would be an understatement. He is yet to play a game… Read More What Do the Blue Jays Do When Springer Comes Back?