Teams

Derek Shelton plans on generating a new Pirates attitude

The 2019 season was not a positive one for the Pittsburgh Pirates. They finished last in the N.L. Central with a record of 69-93. Looking to spark a new way of winning, the Pirates hired Minnesota Twins bench coach Derek Shelton, who is no stranger to baseball. Shelton’s MLB history …

Read More »

Marlins Prospect Bleday Happy to Be Back in Jupiter

Eight months ago, JJ Bleday celebrated as MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred read off his name during the first round in the 2019 MLB Draft. Now he’s in Jupiter, Fla., proving that the Miami Marlins made the right decision drafting him 4th overall.  “It was exciting, you know. I’m extremely blessed,” …

Read More »

Yankees clobber Red Sox 9-1

Yankees Score Six Runs in the First Playing in front of their home crowd, the Yankees got off to a fast start and never looked back. It Never Got Better for the Red Sox The Yankees earned three more runs and eight more hits in the rest of the game. …

Read More »

The Life-Long Mets Fan You Need To Know

In 1964, Greg Zotian was gifted a New York Mets jersey on Easter Sunday. Greg was only six years old and his love for the Mets organization has only grown with age. Greg Zotian has been traveling from his home state of New Jersey to Port St. Lucie, Florida to …

Read More »

Trea Turner Talks Ball

After becoming the 2019 World Series champions, all eyes are on the Nationals as spring training is underway. Among some of the team’s leading returners is 26-year-old Trea Turner. The shortstop has recently moved up from his previous No. 84 ranking in the MLB Top 100 players to 76. While …

Read More »

Rays Take Down Braves

Playing for the second time in four days, the Atlanta Braves and the Tampa Bay Rays faced off in North Port on Tuesday afternoon. With overcast skies and a breeze fluttering through Cool Today Park, the Rays topped the Braves in a 5-2 victory.  Both teams struggled at the plate …

Read More »

King Felix isn’t ready to give up his crown yet

Felix Hernandez may have had a rough couple seasons recently, but he wants the baseball world to know he’s not going anywhere. Hernandez, a right-handed pitcher who spent the first 15 seasons of his MLB career with the Seattle Mariners, is now 33 years old fighting for a spot in …

Read More »