Day: January 18, 2023

“Robo-Umps”: A Modern Solution to One of Baseball’s Biggest Problems

June 2, 2010, is a day in infamy for Major League Baseball. This was when Armando Galarraga became the 21st pitcher in MLB history to throw a perfect game… or at least it should have been. With two outs in the 9th inning, Jason Donald of the now Cleveland Guardians hit a ground ball to […]

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How the Adam Duvall Signing Will Affect the Red Sox in 2023

On the morning of January 18, 2023, news broke that the Red Sox were signing Outfielder Adam Duvall. Duvall is a 6 foot 1, 34-year-old right-handed hitter and a very solid addition for the Red Sox. After acquiring Tommy Pham last season and then parting ways with him soon after, the Sox added Duvall, agreeing […]

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A’s officially introduce Shintaro Fujinami

Shintaro Fujinami, the sought-after Japanese pitcher who was Oakland’s loudest offseason signing, is officially introduced Tuesday afternoon before the press. Fujinami’s signing, a one-year, $3.25 million deal, headlined a seemingly quiet but active offseason for last season’s AL West cellar-dwellers, which is in the wake of yet another painful offseason, losing 2021 Gold Glove-winning backstop […]

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Jason Adam can continue to be key for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2023 – here’s why

In 2022, right handed reliever Jason Adam emerged, seemingly out of nowhere, as one of the most dominant pitchers in Major League Baseball. He’d toiled away for four seasons at three different ballclubs, bouncing up and down between Triple-A and the show. When he was first signed, it was foreseen as being a signing to […]

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Mets sign Tommy Pham to 1-year deal

The Mets and Tommy Pham have reportedly agreed to a 1-year deal worth $6 million for the 2023 season. The 34-year-old outfielder struggled in 2022, putting up a .686 OPS and 87 OPS+ between Cincinnati and Boston. Pham joins his sixth career team after spending time with the Cardinals, Rays, Padres, Reds, and Red Sox. […]

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Colorado Rockies sign former Red Sox pitcher Connor Seabold, was this the right final move?

Colorado Rockies sign former Red Sox pitcher Connor Seabold to fill their 40 man roster, so what does this mean for Colorado? What can Rockies fans expect out of Seabold? Connor Seabold is a 6’2 right handed pitcher who came out of California State University and was selected 83rd in round 3 of the 2017 […]

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The Yankees Made Moves, But Don’t Be Fooled Not Much Has Changed

The New York Yankees made moves this offseason. Truthfully, only two big moves in resigning the cornerstone of the franchise in Aaron Judge and bringing in a proven #2 starter in Carlos Rodon, but don’t be fooled, Yankee fans. This is more or less the same team from 2022. Now can you call 2022 a […]

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Filling Out “A” Roster

The Los Angeles Angels entered the 2022 offseason facing the same questions they have faced the previous five… “How will the Angels get Trout and Ohtani to the playoffs?” After an injury-plagued 2022 season and Owner Arte Moreno announcing the selling of the team, it was unclear how active the Halos would be on the […]

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Toronto Blue Jays 2023 Offseason Acquisitions

The Blue Jays made some major additions to their roster this off season.

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Predicting the Winners of Each Division in 2023

AL East: Toronto Blue Jays This feels like the Blue Jays’ year to finally take control of the division. They’ve rounded out some of the rough edges from last season by adding good defenders and left-handed bats this off-season. Their pitching staff also saw improvements with the addition of Chris Bassitt. The Yankees feel like […]

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