Category Archives: MLB

MLB Power Rankings: 3rd Edition

By Griffin Hill

30. Chicago White Sox (21-41) Previous Ranking – 26

Chicagoans continue to claim this White Sox squad is built for the future, which I hope has some truth to it; the present isn’t looking to hot… Pitching is the main problem of this ballclub, but it also could be time for some coaching changes. The long season continues for White Sox fans.

29. Baltimore Orioles (19-44) Previous Ranking – 25

Extremely bad baseball, major changes coming this offseason…

28. Kansas City Royals (22-43) Previous Ranking – 27

Nothing improving in Kansas City, Royals still suck… See Full 30 Here!

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MLB Power Rankings: 2nd Edition

By Griffin Hill

30. Cincinnati Reds (7-21) Original Ranking- 21

The Reds’ record is terrible and Bryan Price was fired last Thursday morning… not much going for the boys in Cincinnati… poor Joey Votto.

29. Miami Marlins (9-18) Original Ranking – 30

Pitiful, pitiful pitiful… nothing to see here. I hope all 8 season ticket holders enjoy the long season. See The Final 28 Here!

MLB Power Rankings: Preseason

By Griffin Hill

Spring training is officially underway. Teams are getting in as many reps as possible to prepare for the long season ahead, and we begin to wonder who will run the league once the games are rolling. Here are my opening Power rankings for the season; I will update this as each month of baseball passes by.

30. Miami Marlins

The Marlins were 77-85 last year WITH the NL MVP, Giancarlo Stanton. They are now without him. Simple as that. The Marlins will struggle.

29. San Diego Padres

The Padres haven’t seen the postseason since 2006 or won a playoff series since 1998… Neither of those stats will change. Long season to come for the Padres. See The Final 28 Here!

MLB Full Season Preview

By Griffin Hill

The 2018-2019 season of America’s pastime is soon approaching and I couldn’t be more excited. The last two seasons, and specifically the World Series, have been more thrilling than ever, and the new wave of young stars in the league are starting to pave their way to greatness.

This season should be just as intriguing, considering the blockbuster trades this offseason. With Stanton in New York, are the Yankees the favorite? Or can the Astros  repeat their historic run? In the NL can the Nationals finally make a run to the championship game, or will the Cubs rebound from somewhat of a let down last year? With the season around the corner many questions have begun to be asked.

I will run through what I think will play out this year: Read Full Article Here!