Since dropping the first-two games of a four game set with the Chicago Cubs, the St. Louis Cardinals have won six out of their last seven games, including a five game consecutive winning streak against the Cubs, Houston Astros, and Philadelphia Phillies. Their lone loss during this streak came at the hands of the Phillies; in the second game of a three game series. During … Continue reading Thirty-Nine Games to Go: Cardinals Looking for Wild Card Ticket to Playoffs!
Recently, I wrote a piece in which I wondered “Is The Fast Track the Right Track for Luke Weaver”? I questioned the accelerated movement of Weaver from his first appearance in Double-A on June 4th, to his MLB debut on Saturday, August 20th, and also offered an opinion that if I were making the decision-I would start Alex Reyes; instead of Weaver. I was wrong! Weaver was outstanding in his MLB debut against the Chicago Cubs. Continue reading I Was Absolutely, Positively Wrong!
The Cubs remain on top of the latest installment of the MLB Power Rankings, while the Rangers and Blue Jays both leap into the top 5. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: August 8th
The Chicago Cubs remain on top of the MLB Power Rankings. The Texas Rangers moved up four spots, which is the biggest rise this week. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: August 1st
Colin Rea went on the disable list after his first start with the Marlins, and they are now shipping him back to San Diego. Continue reading Marlins Return Colin Rea to Padres for Luis Castillo
The Padres, obvious sellers at the 2016 MLB Trade Deadline, have traded starting pitchers Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins for prospects in return. Continue reading Padres (finally) Trade Andrew Cashner & Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins
The Chicago Cubs take over the top spot in the latest edition of the MLB Power Rankings. Continue reading MLB Power Rankings: July 25th