The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Need a Name Change

Okay, I don’t know about the rest of you but this is one of my biggest problems in sports. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have had four names in its 50 year history as a Major League Baseball franchise. In the franchise’s infancy the Angels were known as the Los Angeles Angels, mostly because the…

The Chicago White Sox: 2020 World Series Champions

You heard it here first. Yes it is my prediction that three years from now, the South-Siders will be crowned the World Champions, and here’s why: In case you haven’t been paying much attention to the MLB offseason, a month ago the Chicago White Sox shipped off their number 1 Chris Sale to the Boston…

I’m a Dodgers Fan and I am Still Rooting for the Cubbies

In my opinion it doesn’t matter who you are or what team you root for during the regular season (unless you’re a fan of Cleveland), everyone should be pulling for Chicago in the World Series. Let’s look at the facts here, they have not been to Series since 1945, and they haven’t won since 1908….

The Pain of Being a Cubs Fan

I have been a Chicago Cubs fan since the day I was born. The Doctor might have had a Sammy Sosa jersey ready for me in the delivery room. My body bleeds Cubby Blue, and for years it has been a painful journey. Every casual baseball fan knows that its been a long time since…

October Baseball is Finally Here: NL Playoff Preview

  The 162 game season is over, the wash-outs and choke artists up in St. Louis have all moped off to their multi-million dollar mansions and VW Vans (looking at you Daniel Norris), and now we are down to the point where things really start to matter. Let’s face it though, when it comes to the playoffs…

Tim Tebow homers in his first Instructional League at bat

Before you watch the clip picture the most Tebow home run that you can think of. Still think it's all for show? Enjoy @TimTebow first at bat. Gaaaadooosh! Any questions? pic.twitter.com/e15C9rXpfb — Brendan Schaub (@BrendanSchaub) September 28, 2016 And there it was. He swings his face off and happens to catch some straight 88 mph…

The “No-Hitter” is Overrated

This may seem bold, or this may seem like a take that you’ve heard before, but year-in and year-out there is always hype over guys who “almost had a no-hitter,” or guys that actually do complete a no-hitter. Regardless, I think it’s overrated. The word “overrated” is a word with lots of gray area, so…