In this week’s edition of the Triple Play, I take a look back at how well (poorly?) I fared with my second-half predictions, plus I make some postseason predictions (because why not?), and more
In this week’s Triple Play, we look at the best all-around player in baseball, the best rookie in baseball, a retiring Rockie, and more
The common wisdom about the James Shields for Wil Myers trade was that The Royals were making a huge mistake.
I would love nothing more for the Royals to make the playoffs, but their percentage chance of making still stands at right around 10 pct.
This week’s edition of the Triple Play is a change-up: instead of looking back at the previous week, we look ahead and make some predictions for the rest of the season
As Major League Baseball heads into the All-Star break two players stood out for me personally this week.
The Tigers’ third baseman is in a class by himself as the most feared hitter in baseball.
This week, we’re looking back at the gems the Cardinals’ pitched against the Rockies this weekend, a marquee outfielder who can’t get going, and more.
As we all know, Kansas City has carried a dismal baseball franchise since 1985. But as spring training rolls around, we have to again acknowledge how well the Royals have done in the Latin American talent market.
Romak, Lisson, Barrera declared minor league free agents