A report from The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal (subscription required) has stated that Major League Baseball has started their new crackdown on pitchers using foreign substances with the least surprising name, Trevor Bauer. Rosenthal reported that umpires in Bauer’s last start took multiple balls out of the game that were flagged.
Dodgers win the World Series The Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series for the first time since 1988. The last time the Dodgers won I was just over 1 month old. I am personally happy for them since they are team that has been so close so many times
Dallas hiring Mike McCarthy seems like a mistake For some bizarre reason there was a campaign last season about how Mike McCarthy was changing and adapting to the modern NFL. People bought it and that was a huge mistake. McCarthy pretty much admitted he lied during the interview process during
We finally have our World Series matchup With the ALCS and NLCS over we have our long awaited World Series matchup, the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers. This is a David vs. Goliath World Series when comparing the payrolls of the two teams. I like how much that
With A Jimmmitude post for Wednesday, September 30, 2020: Thoughts about the MLB Playoffs and the NBA Finals. 1. Home Field Advantage? Only one home team won on Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Rays. Minnesota, Cleveland, and Oakland all lost and any sort of home field advantage is being tested after
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw is being placed on the injured list due to an injury suffered on Tuesday. This is not how the Los Angeles Dodgers wanted to start their season. Clayton Kershaw suffered an injury on Tuesday and is being placed on the injured list. There
With the status of Joc Pederson in limbo, the Cleveland Indians should contact the Los Angeles Dodgers about a potential trade. The Mookie Betts to Los Angeles deal is currently in purgatory and whether or not it actually gets completed is a total mystery. If the deal does fall apart
The Cleveland Indians should be leveraging offers from the Dodgers and Reds for Francisco Lindor in order to maximize their return. As long as the Cleveland Indians have Francisco Lindor under contract they will continue to receive trade offers. Nobody expects Cleveland to be able to re-sign Lindor and the