Yoshinobu Yamamoto is going to be a problem for MLB hitters

The baseball world waited with bated breath and sweet anticipation as Japanese superstar Yoshinobu Yamamoto made his debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers against the World Series champion Texas Rangers. While you can always take Spring Training with a grain of salt, especially concerning the star players, Yamamoto took the opportunity to display a glimpse… read more

5 Storylines to Watch in Spring Training

Spring Training is finally underway, meaning fans can rejoice as there will be baseball played practically every day until the end of October. The appeal of Spring Training lies in the storylines and the hopes and perceptions that come along with teams trying to start fresh. With each new year comes a renewed hope that… read more

Clayton Kershaw Remains a Los Angeles Dodger

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reportedly re-signed franchise pitcher Clayton Kershaw for the 2024 season per Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman of the New York Post. The club has not confirmed the deal as it is pending a physical which will occur on Thursday. The physical is an important aspect as Kershaw underwent shoulder surgery in… read more

A Trio of Legends Earned Immortality in the Baseball Hall of Fame

In a surprising breath of fresh air, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America elected three players to the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, marking a ballot boom that hadn’t been seen for several years. BBWAA writers elected ballot newcomers Adrián Beltré and Joe Mauer as well as lifetime Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton on… read more

One New Year’s Resolution for Each MLB Team

The new year is finally upon us! 2023 turned out to be a wild year and the MLB season didn’t quite pan out how anyone expected. The offseason is still in full swing with plenty of free agents to sign and trades to make and pitchers and catchers report for spring training in over a… read more

What Else Can The Dodgers Do?

Once again Los Angeles shook the baseball world to its core by signing Japanese star pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto to a 12-year $325 million contract. As a whole the team has spent well over $1 billion this offseason spread out over the next decade and surely doesn’t need adding more talent to their team, right? Unfortunately… read more

4 Top Landing Spots For Yoshinobu Yamamoto

Yoshinobu Yamamoto has dominated the Japan Pacific League and is ready to make the move to Major League Baseball. Once he was posted, the 25-year-old right-hander became the biggest starting pitcher on the market and has plenty of suitors. Yamamoto reportedly wants to make his decision before Christmas and that means there is just two… read more

Shohei Ohtani To Defer $68 Million Annually In Historic Contract With Los Angeles Dodgers

Shohei Ohtani and the Los Angeles Dodgers came to terms over the weekend on a 10-year, $700 million contract. This made history as the largest in MLB history but there are other factors at play that will make this contract go down in history. On Monday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reported that $68 million… read more

The Los Angeles Dodgers Must Focus on their rotation now

The Los Angeles Dodgers shocked the sports world when it was announced that Shohei Ohtani would be signing a 10-year, $700 million contract with the team. It’s the largest contract in North American sports and makes him the highest-paid player in baseball history. There are plenty of discussions and debates to have about the nature… read more

Is Chase Utley a Hall of Famer?

Chase Utley, the former second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies, enters his first year of eligibility for Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame. Known for his exceptional combination of offensive and defensive skills, Utley played a crucial role in the Phillies’ success during their mid-2000s glory years. As the debate over his Hall of Fame… read more


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