1. MLB Power Rankings: Each Team's Pitcher Most Likely To Throw a No-Hitter

    It becomes more obvious with every no-hitter that MLB players are slowly but surely waning off steroids. Clearly, the pitchers have taken back the advantage...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 2,316 reads 27 comments

  2. MLB: The Most Iconic Moment in the History of Each MLB Franchise

    Every MLB franchise has a history. At one point in time in each franchise, its fans and the world have been captivated by a magical moment in baseball. These "moments" are the reasons we love sports...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 5,594 reads 116 comments

  3. MLB Power Rankings: The 15 Craziest Rookie Pranks in MLB History

    Rookie hazing in MLB has been around for more than a century, although it wasn't always as sweet and innocent as it has become these days. Back in the early years of MLB, hazing was conducted in a much more physical manner...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 6,591 reads 28 comments

  4. Fresh Faces: The Hottest Young Athletes in Baseball

    The future is now in MLB . Maybe it's the media hype, or maybe it's purely the overwhelming amounts of talent coming up through the minor league systems around the league, but it is clear that the future appears bright for MLB...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 39,156 reads 62 comments

  5. MLB Power Rankings: Matt Kemp and 7 Players Who Will Cool Down in Second Half

    We have reached the midway point of the 2011 MLB season. Needless to say, there have been many surprises through the first 81 games...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 4,562 reads 16 comments

  6. MLB Power Rankings: All 30 Teams' Most Hilarious Player in the Clubhouse

    MLB has a history of pranksters and goofballs around the clubhouse. Over 162 games, teams almost need a guy like that just to keep their sanity over the course of a grueling season...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 39,247 reads 102 comments

  7. MLB Power Rankings: Ranking the 1927 Yankees and Every Franchise's Best Team

    MLB has had many great teams throughout its storied history, with each individual franchise finding some level of success along the way...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 9,336 reads 101 comments

  8. NL Central: Cards' Albert Pujols out 4-6 Weeks, Milwaukee Brewers Division Faves

    With breaking news that the St. Louis Cardinals have lost their three-time MVP, Albert Pujols, for at least four weeks, are the Milwaukee Brewers now the sole favorites in the ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 398 reads 0 comments

  9. MLB Trade Rumors: Each Team's Player the Hometown Fans Most Want to Move

    Every MLB team has at one point or another been wrapped up in a horrible contract. The New York Yankees had Carl Pavano, while the Milwaukee Brewers had Jeff Suppan...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 7,482 reads 165 comments

  10. Moneyball and the 25 Best Baseball Movies of All Time

    Moneyball isn't set to hit theaters until later this year, but it's already creating quite a stir on the web...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 1,218 reads 136 comments

  11. MLB Power Rankings: The 7 Greatest Rivalries in Baseball

    Rivalries are what make sports great—and MLB is loaded with teams and fans looking for blood. MLB was founded in 1869, and at this point some teams have been beating up on each other for more than 100 years...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 1,097 reads 54 comments

  12. MLB Free Agents: Analyzing Projected Contracts of Albert Pujols & 9 Top FA's

    Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder will be the most sought after free agents once the frenzy begins at the end of this season, but it is anyone's guess as to where they will end up and—more importantly—how much they will actually sign for...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 2,354 reads 31 comments

  13. MLB Power Rankings: The 15 Most-Selfish Players in MLB History

    MLB has definitely had its share of selfish players over the past 100 years—with the recent steroid era putting it further under a microscope. Selfishness has changed since the Babe Ruth days...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 1,363 reads 4 comments

  14. MLB: The Most Abominable Fashion Error in Every Team's History

    In MLB , just like in every other sport, players want attention. Some players will even take drastic measures in order to get that attention. The same goes for the individual franchises...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 7,793 reads 14 comments

  15. MLB Trade Rumors: 5 Players on the Block Who Shouldn't Be Moved

    The 2011 MLB trade deadline is approaching rather quickly while trade speculation galore has been flooding the news-wires. It's easy to speculate where a player might go simply because it's about plugging in holes on other teams...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 4,097 reads 0 comments

  16. MLB Power Rankings: 5 Managers Who May Follow Bob Geren out the Door

    The Oakland Athletics have finally fired manager Bob Geren—the first managerial firing in what could be a long mid-season coaching carousel. Former Arizona Diamondbacks skipper Bob Melvin will be the interim skipper in Oakland...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 514 reads 1 comments

  17. MLB Power Rankings: 23 Quirkiest Batting Stances in Baseball

    MLB has seen many unorthodox batting stances throughout its storied history. Legends like Ty Cobb, Stan Musial and Rickey Henderson all had their own unique way of getting the job done...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 19,143 reads 64 comments

  18. 2011 MLB Draft Results: Ranking Alex Rodriguez & the Past 20 First Overall Picks

    As the 2011 MLB Draft came upon us, the baseball world sat in anticipation to see if the Pittsburgh Pirates would go with pitching or hitting with their first overall pick...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 1,410 reads 3 comments

  19. MLB Trade Speculation: Matt Cain & 5 Surprising Players Who Could Be Moved

    The MLB trade deadline is less than two months away, so we know many GMs around the league are thinking about whether they'll be buying or selling...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 668 reads 2 comments

  20. MLB Trade Speculation: New York Mets & 5 Disappointing Teams That May Sell Early

    MLB trade rumors are swirling while we all sit in anticipation waiting for the first big move to be made...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 291 reads 3 comments

  21. MLB Trades: A-Rod to Red Sox, 10 Trades That Never Happened (but Almost Did)

    As the MLB trade deadline approaches every year, rumors swirl about what big names will be on the move. I barely even remembered Alex Rodriguez almost ended up with the Boston Red Sox back in 2003 before the MLBPA shot it down...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 2,640 reads 14 comments

  22. 2011 MLB Trade Deadline: Cliff Lee and the 13 Most Lopsided Trades Since 1990

    As the MLB season heads into the dog days of summer, we all sit in anticipation to see what big names will be moved at the deadline...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 2,685 reads 28 comments

  23. MLB Trade Ideas: Albert Pujols and 5 Blockbuster Deals That Should Be Made

    Throughout MLB history there have been many cases where teams make a huge, unexpected splash in the trade market—a recent example being when the Milwaukee Brewers pulled off a surprising trade to land CC Sabathia in 2008...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 6,608 reads 53 comments

  24. MLB Power Rankings: Derek Jeter & Each Franchise's Greatest Living Player

    MLB has a storied history over the past 100 years. Teams like the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers breed Hall of Famers—while others like the Tampa Bay Rays and Florida Marlins are just getting their feet wet...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 653 reads 0 comments

  25. MLB Power Rankings: 20 Hall of Famers Who Served the USA During Wartime

    MLB has had an abundance of men who left the game to go serve our great country. It was actually quite common back during the days of World War I and II...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about 3 years ago 1,312 reads 3 comments