1. The MLB Trade Parket Part II: Corner Infielders

    First base and third base are very similar positions. Third base is way higher on the defensive spectrum. But what makes them similar is that when a team has two good third basemen, they can often move one to third base...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 400 reads 0 comments

  2. The MLB Trade Market Part I: Catchers

    This is the first part of a series previewing the MLB trade market. The position of catcher is at higher demand than anything right now. The best ones in free agency right now are Ivan Rodriguez and Jason Varitek...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 931 reads 2 comments

  3. Manny Ramirez and the Media Revolt That Drove Him Out of Boston

    Yes, I'm a Red Sox fan. Yes, I love Manny. Still do to this day. I wish he was still in Boston. Manny Ramirez has been the best Red Sox hitter ever since he signed in 2001. Better than David Ortiz, despite what the numbers show...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 518 reads 6 comments

  4. Top Five NBA Misconceptions

    What would happen to fans if they didn't have the stats or the analysts. What if they just saw the game for what it is, and not have their opinions swayed by the majority? It's never gonna happen...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 670 reads 19 comments

  5. What to Do with Vince Carter?

    Vince Carter has always been an enigma. He's talented and athletic, but can you build a team around him? Can he lead a team to a championship? Is his individual talent good enough to get him to the Hall of Fame? Another problem arises involving Carter...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 703 reads 7 comments

  6. My Nominees for Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year

    When you tune in to any form of sports media, you hear a lot of bad things. Whether it is about steroids, spygate, or dogfighting, it surely has to give you a negative response towards sports...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 551 reads 2 comments

  7. Mike Mussina and the Hall of Fame Debate

    Mike Mussina has retired as an enigma for Cooperstown. While he got plenty of media attention throughout his career, people seem to forget about him when naming the most dominant pitchers of the past 15 years or so...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 362 reads 14 comments

  8. The Kevin Youkilis Story: Why The Former Fat Third Baseman Deserves Red Sox MVP

    Congrats to Pedroia for MVP. The Red Sox wouldn't be able to compete in the AL East without him, but there's another guy who deserves the credit. Here's a few hints. He was the most consistent hitter on the team...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 670 reads 1 comments

  9. Why The Padres Shouldn't Trade Jake Peavy

    Better luck next year, Padres. They can't possibly be as bad. They have been in playoff contention for years. They can certainly get back there, even if they had the third worst record in the majors...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 290 reads 2 comments

  10. Who Else Can't Wait Until The NBA Becomes Competitive Again?

    This past NBA offseason was a strange one. I found a rumor of the Cavaliers proposing Wally Szczerbiak to the Nets for Vince Carter. I actually found myself thinking that this was a terrible deal for the Cavs...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 96 reads 0 comments

  11. NBA Edition: Top 25 Players 25 Or Under

    Soon to come out for the MLB and possibly NFL offense and defense. There's a lot of young talent in basketball. Many future superstars and some players who are superstars already. Please note that I did not put rookies on here...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 294 reads 7 comments

  12. MLB Free Agent Rankings and Predictions

    Remember last year when the free agent class was terrible and the only news you could hear was the usual teams fighting over Johan Santana? You may get tired of hearing Jake Peavy's name this ...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 5,170 reads 9 comments

  13. Cincinnati Reds: Next Year's Tampa Bay Rays

    Ladies and gentlemen, your 2009 world champions, the Cincinnati Reds. Well, maybe not. Stop laughing; I said I was kidding. The Reds go into the offseason with another losing year...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 404 reads 0 comments

  14. 15 Breakout Players: Western Conference

    A while ago, I made one of these articles for the Eastern Conference, so I feel it's only fair that I do the same for the West. This is a list of a player on each team who will step up their game this year to help their team...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 148 reads 3 comments

  15. 15 Breakout Players: Eastern Conference

    Celtics: Rajon Rondo. Right now, he's a poor man's Tony Parker, but in his second full year of starting, expect him to reinforce how he contributed to the Celtics championship. Nets: Josh Boone...

    Josh B Written by Josh B about 6 years ago 1,042 reads 2 comments