The Yankees get Judge, but No. 28 remains distant

Hasn’t it been refreshing to see baseball dominating the headlines on Twitter again this week? When baseball is stealing the headlines, it means we are all reading less political bullshit, less about Elon Musk, and less about the increasing number of horror stories transpiring around the globe. Anyway, I digress. Among other big MLB headlines … Read moreThe Yankees get Judge, but No. 28 remains distant

SportsBattle – The Exciting New Fantasy Sports App

As a passionate sports fan who often participates in Fantasy Sport competitions, I’m always on the lookout for new opportunities to combine my love of sports and quest for deeper analytical engagement. Like many sports fans around the globe though, the challenge is finding a platform amongst a saturated market which is fun, reliable and … Read moreSportsBattle – The Exciting New Fantasy Sports App

Comparing the Dodgers’ and Padres’ Rosters

Emerging from a challenging winter of extreme weather events, an ongoing global pandemic, and political divide, baseball fans across the United States can finally look forward to Spring Training games commencing this weekend. Various National League teams in particular have bolstered their rosters in recent months, and two of those teams have been the San … Read moreComparing the Dodgers’ and Padres’ Rosters

Unintentional Or Not, A’s Christenson Needs Punishing

Social media went into meltdown on Thursday night after Oakland Athletics’ bench coach, Ryan Christenson, was caught on camera giving what appeared to be a Nazi salute – twice – during the A’s post-game celebrations. Here’s the footage… What the fuck is this? Also, great to see Liam Hendriks immediately call this horrendous behavior out. … Read moreUnintentional Or Not, A’s Christenson Needs Punishing