1. MLB Power Rankings: The 15 Most Selfish Players in Baseball

    MLB has sure changed over the last decade. Soon there won't be enough "head" room in the outfield to fit three players. All kidding aside, it's a shame to see what has happened to America's pastime with the current generation of players...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,256 reads 217 comments

  2. The Greatest Defensive Player in the History of Every MLB Franchise

    The New York Yankees are the most historic franchise in all of sports. There are enough legends who donned pinstripes to field an entire division's worth of teams...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 7,261 reads 69 comments

  3. MLB Power Rankings: A-Rod, Mark Teixiera and the AL's 7 Best Hitting Duos

    Alex Rodriguez . Adrian Gonzalez. Even Jose Bautista. The AL East is absolutely loaded with top of the line sluggers who put their team on their back and punish opposing pitchers...

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

  4. MLB Power Rankings: Prince Fielder, Ryan Braun and the NL's 7 Best Hitting Duos

    Prince Fielder. Albert Pujols. Two of baseball's best first basemen sit at the head of the free agent class heading into 2012—potentially leaving behind their current "Bash Brother" to go find a new home in a new lineup...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,590 reads 27 comments

  5. Breaking News: Jorge Posada Wanted off of New York Yankees

    You can add a new twist to the Jorge Posada vs. New York Yankees feud. It was reported late last night that upon learning he was scheduled to bat ninth in the order on Saturday, ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 729 reads 27 comments

  6. Albert Pujols, Derek Jeter & the Face of Each Franchise: Now and in the Future

    When you think of the St. Louis Cardinals, the first thing that comes to mind is Albert Pujols. The same can be said for the New York Yankees and Derek Jeter . That is precisely what makes a player a "Face of the Franchise...

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  7. Derek Jeter: 5 Reasons the Captain-Yankees Relationship Is Turning Ugly

    The New York Yankees and Derek Jeter are at it again. Their tumultuous relationship took another turn for the worse this past weekend and things don't look to be getting better any time soon...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,367 reads 1 comments

  8. MLB Trade Ideas: 10 Moves That Would Create Separation in the NL Central

    MLB 's only six-team division is right where we all thought it would be at this point in the season—about as close as Delonte West and LeBron's mother...

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  9. Zack Greinke: 5 Reasons Milwaukee Brewers Ace Can Be NL Central Difference Maker

    After a five-week stint on the DL to open the 2011 season, Brewers pitcher Zack Greinke made his long-anticipated debut with Milwaukee Wednesday night in Atlanta...

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  10. MLB Power Rankings: Prince Fielder and MLB's 20 Best Overweight Players

    Size does matter. From Babe Ruth to John Kruk to David Wells, baseball has attracted many hefty players in its storied history...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 4,156 reads 2 comments

  11. Ryan Braun: Why the Milwaukee Brewers Superstar Will Be the 2011 NL MVP

    Ryan Braun is off to a torrid start as we delve into the 2011 season. He is putting up numbers that some people weren't sure we'd ever see again, as pitchers in recent years have regained dominance as the steroid-era in baseball dwindled to an end...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,181 reads 6 comments

  12. MLB Rankings: Ryan Braun, Alex Rodriguez Headline Early Season MVP Race

    Well, we are quickly approaching the one month mark in the 2011 MLB season. Sure, there have been a few surprises—but for the most part the cream has risen to the top. Pitching has dominated the young season so far...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 452 reads 7 comments

  13. MLB Power Rankings: Ranking Joe Girardi, Terry Francona and All 30 MLB Mangers

    "The players make the manager. It's never the other way."—Hall of Famer Sparky Anderson It's not easy being a manager in Major League Baseball these days...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 3,933 reads 56 comments

  14. Milwaukee Brewers Extend Ryan Braun Through 2020 Season

    The Milwaukee Brewers have gone one step further to ensure they will be competitive for years to come by agreeing to a five-year contract extension with All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun ...

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  15. MLB Trade Rumors: Can the Milwaukee Brewers Get Jose Reyes or Rafael Furcal?

    The Milwaukee Brewers ' farm system has been talked about all spring, but for all the wrong reasons. After unloading a boatload of young talent to acquire two top-tier starters ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,577 reads 26 comments

  16. 2011 NFL Schedule: Green Bay Packers Begin Title Defense vs. New Orleans Saints

    Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will begin their title defense at Lambeau Field against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints , a front-office source for one of the teams told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Tuesday...

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  17. Milwaukee Brewers: 5 Reasons to Believe in the Brew Crew Despite Sluggish Start

    We're only two weeks into the 2011 MLB season, yet the Milwaukee Brewers have given us a season's worth of excitement. The fun started right from the opening bell...

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  18. Favre and Away: 5 Quarterbacks Who May Replace Brett in Minnesota

    After years of back-and-forth retirement(s), it doesn't feel like spring unless we catch up on some Brett Favre scuttlebutt. This spring may be a bit different, however, as it seems that Favre may actually be gone for good...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,417 reads 13 comments

  19. 2011 NFL Draft: Will Patriots, Colts Draft Their Quarterback of the Future?

    Aging isn't always easy, especially when you're an NFL quarterback. Heck, just ask Brett Favre how he felt when the Green Bay Packers selected Aaron Rodgers in the first round of the 2005 draft...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 884 reads 24 comments

  20. The 50 Most Unbreakable Records in American Sports

    The saying goes something like, "Records Are Meant to Be Broken." I don't think that's the case. At one point in time, it seemed possible and likely that all records would be broken...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 3,442 reads 79 comments

  21. Manny Ramirez May Not Have "Tiger Blood," but He's Definitely "Winning"

    Is anyone really surprised? Really? It almost feels as if this is how it's supposed to be. After parts of 19 seasons in which he accumulated 555 home runs and over 1,800 ...

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  22. MLB: Tampa Bay Rays Manny Ramirez Retires After Issue with Drug Test

    Former Boston Red Sox outfielder Manny Ramirez , who helped lead the team to World Series victories in 2004 and 2007, has abruptly retired from Major League Baseball after what appears to be another failed drug test...

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  23. New York Yankees, Green Bay Packers & 10 Greatest Franchises in American Sports

    Throughout history, there have been many great players and teams in the world of sports. With free agency, rules changes or even the expansion of leagues, it has become increasingly more difficult for teams to compete year in and year out...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,184 reads 10 comments

  24. MLB's Superman: Barry Bonds, PED's and the Top 20 Sluggers on Steroids

    Just as many kids growing up in the late-80's and 90's, I had a huge collection of baseball cards. This was a few years before it began to cost more for a pack of cards than it did for a gallon of milk...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,051 reads 13 comments

  25. MLB Trade Rumors: In Los Angeles, Prince Fielder Would Be King Amongst Angels

    This hurts. Born and raised in Madison, WI, I've been a Milwaukee Brewers fan my entire life. I remember my dad taking me to games at old County Stadium to see Robin Yount and ...

    Jeffrey Beckmann Written by Jeffrey Beckmann about over 3 years ago 1,544 reads 26 comments