Top 10 Right Now – Left Fielders

Edited 12/4/18: Between this list coming out yesterday morning and today, Carlos Santana was traded to Seattle which opened up first base for Rhys Hoskins in Philadelphia.  With that, he’ll appear on the first baseman list (coming 12/10) with this left fielders list being updated. There’s a high chance that a few of the players…

Top 10 Right Now – Catchers

This was a strange year with the “top-tier” of catchers with Buster Posey’s injury and down years from Willson Contreras and Gary Sanchez.  With as much heat as Yasmani Grandal takes, he turned in a fine season.  Read on to see where he and the other catchers rank heading into 2019. A new list will…

Top 10 Right Now – Managers

It was yet another movement-heavy offseason for major league managers with most teams again skewing to no experience in their new hires.  In the cases of the Yankees and Red Sox, that worked out well in 2018.  The Mets, Nationals and Phillies, however, weren’t as lucky.  Let’s see how it all shakes out heading into…

Top 10 Right Now – Executives

Another great postseason is in the books and the hot stove season is already well under way.  To help pass the time, we’re again delivering our annual 14-part “Top 10 Right Now” series ranking executives, managers and players throughout Major League Baseball. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and…

Three-Quarter Season Power Rankings

The 2018 regular season is flying as we’re now left with just a quarter of the way to go.  Time to check in on the rankings.  1. Boston Red Sox 2. New York Yankees 3. Houston Astros 4. Oakland Athletics 5. Cleveland Indians 6. Chicago Cubs 7. Seattle Mariners 8. Atlanta Braves 9. Philadelphia Phillies…

Mid-season Power Rankings

Can you believe the season is already nearly halfway done?  That’ll be the case for teams in the next few days, so it’s time to re-shuffle our rankings again. 1. Houston Astros 2. Boston Red Sox 3. New York Yankees 4. Chicago Cubs 5. Arizona Diamondbacks 6. Cleveland Indians 7. Atlanta Braves 8. Seattle Mariners…

Quarter-Season Power Rankings

We’re sitting just beyond the quarter pole of the regular season, so let’s take a look at the rankings. 1.) Houston Astros 2.) Boston Red Sox 3.) New York Yankees 4.) Washington Nationals 5.) Arizona Diamondbacks 6.) Philadelphia Phillies 7.) Atlanta Braves 8.) Chicago Cubs 9.) Cleveland Indians 10.) Los Angeles Angels 11.) Milwaukee Brewers…

2018 MLB Opening Day Starting Pitchers – Ranked

Because everybody loves a good ranking, here we list every 2018 Opening Day starting pitcher with how we project them to fair this season in relation to each other.  There are two Clayton’s, two sleeper top 10 Cy Young guys, an otherwise were-it-not-for-injury 5th/spot starter and several bounce back and breakout candidates.  Overall, we project…

Standings, Playoff and Awards Predictions – 2018

Well, we can’t wait forever for the remaining free agents to sign (as hard as we tried), so it’s time to roll out the predictions as rosters currently stand.  In previous years, we’ve correctly predicted breakouts of teams and players (nobody else had the Indians being good entering 2016 nor Trevor Story as their ROY…

Top 10 Right Now – Right Fielders

While third base may be the deepest, right field is nothing to scoff at with tons of power (Stanton), guys coming off injury-hampered seasons (Harper, Martinez) and otherwise productive players who either had down years or entering their decline (Betts, Piscotty, CarGo, Bautista).  Lastly, there are several right fielders who enjoyed breakouts (Schebler, Haniger, Santana,…

Top 10 Right Now – Catchers

We’re now fully in transition from the old guard to the new, especially once Buster Posey gets slowly phased out of the position.  Several exciting young catchers could soon challenge for a top 10 spot. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will…

Top 10 Right Now – Starting Pitchers

Regardless of the rise in home run totals, baseball’s pitchers are still dominant as the list proves, and it’s many of the same cast of characters returning from last season’s list. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10…