Top 10 Right Now – Left Fielders

Happy new year!  We’ve arrived at what could be the weakest current position in baseball – left field.  That’s not to say there aren’t good to great players at the position, it’s just not a deep as any of the others with the exception of possibly catcher and DH.  In fairness, healthy seasons from Yoenis…

Top 10 Right Now – Designated Hitters

Annually the most underrepresented group simply because only half the teams use a DH and from there only a handful have guys who would be considered a primary DH.  With that, we were still able to fill the 10-spot ranking. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting…

Top 10 Right Now – Shortstops

Here we go with possibly the deepest and closest list of the year – shortstops. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10 players at each position, managers and executives, finishing up with the Ultimate Top 10 list, a…

Top 10 Right Now – Center Fielders

Let’s dive into the well-represented position of center field. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10 players at each position, managers and executives, finishing up with the Ultimate Top 10 list, a ranking of each of the position’s…

Top 10 Right Now – Relief Pitchers

On now to the most volatile list year over year and pretty much unrecognizable over five-year periods – relievers. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10 players at each position, managers and executives, finishing up with the Ultimate…

Top 10 Right Now – Second Basemen

To kick off the players round of the top 10, let’s start with second basemen. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10 players at each position, managers and executives, finishing up with the Ultimate Top 10 list, a…

2018 Hall of Fame Ballot

This year’s post is simple – who I would have on my Hall of Fame ballot, if I had the honor and why.  If you’re looking for more in-depth detail, check out last year’s entry (here). To start, let’s dive into how I think the real voting will play out this year and follow it…

Top 10 Right Now – Managers

Here’s another installment of our Monday Top 10 series leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers and catchers reporting in February. The lists will highlight the Top 10 players at each position, managers and executives, finishing up with the Ultimate Top…

Top 10 Right Now – Executives

It’s time again for our annual top 10 lists covering each position (including DH), managers and executives (GM’s & Presidents). In the past, we’ve started with the players lists, but this season we’re going to kick things off with executives followed by managers. A new list will be published each Monday leading up to pitchers…

Awards and Playoff Predictions

Articles like these as they relate to playoff predictions are basically useless since baseball is such a game of who’s hot at the right moment, but it’s fun nonetheless.  But, mix that with some actual logic behind the major awards and there becomes more of a reason to put into print which team will win…

Stretch Run Power Rankings

September is just a week away and with so many teams still in the hunt for a playoff spot, now is a great time for the final regular season power rankings.  Here we go: 1. Los Angeles Dodgers (obviously) 2. Washington Nationals 3. Houston Astros 4. Boston Red Sox 5. New York Yankees 6. Chicago…