Thu. Jan 17th, 2019


Five Reasons the New York Yankees will Ride Their Recent Hot Streak to a 28th World Series Title

By Ryan Herbert

Throughout the 2018 season, the New York Yankees have had an up and down year.  Whether it was starting out 9-9, going on a 17-2 stretch, losing their best player in Aaron Judge, or hitting the most homeruns in MLB history it was a wild season of peaks and valleys.  However, since Judge has returned to the starting lineup the Yankees are 10-4 including two series wins over the Red Sox and an impressive AL Wild Card Game victory over the A’s.  Over the last few weeks, the Yankees have given me confidence that they have what it takes to win it all this year; and here are five reasons why they will. Read More Here!


George Economus explains What Everyone Needs to know about the NLDS, and delivers Predictions


Colorado Rockies (91-72) vs Milwaukee Brewers (96-67)

Atlanta Braves (90-72) vs Los Angeles Dodgers (92-71)

What You should know for Rockies vs Brewers

  • Both teams were hot in September, winning 19 games each.
  • Brewers have Home field advantage
    • The Rockies are much worse away from Coors Field
      • They bat .287 at home with 119 home runs but only .225 with 91 home runs while away from Coors.
  • Brewers are fresher
    • They had more rest while the Rockies battled the Chicago Cubs in the NL wildcard game.
  • Brewers have a better overall offense

See Full Breakdown Here!

The MLB Playoffs are Here: Here is What Every Playoff Team needs to fix RIGHT NOW!

By Griffin Hill

Boston Red Sox

The Red Sox have the offensive power to go the distance this year; no question about it. Sadly for the loyal fans in Boston, the consistent problems in the bullpen may prevent them from any post season accomplishments. While the Sox have over 100 wins on the season with 5 games to play, the only team this season to reach that mark thus far, the bullpen struggles have become even more severe in the 2nd half of the season. The Sox own an MLB worst 12 bullpen blown saves since the All Star break. Time is running out in Boston to fix this issue; the Yankees, Astros, and Indians will surely capitalize on this weakness if it isn’t turned around. See All Teams Here!