The MLB Power Rankings for the first week of May. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports This week’s MLB Power Rankings tips a cap to the legitimate Los Angeles Angels and New York Yankees while also acknowledging recent struggles from the Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox. The MLB season has made it through April.
Cincinnati Reds pitching coach/director of pitching Derek Johnson (36) visits Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Hunter Greene (21) at the mound in the first inning during a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Friday, April 22, 2022, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.St Louis Cardinals At Cincinnati Reds April 22 4445 This is how
MLB Power Rankings for all 30 teams in the first week of the season. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) In the first week of the 2022 season, this is what the MLB Power Rankings look like. Will your team win it all this year? Did they wave the white flag before the season even began?
Dada 5000 sends out an offer to Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins players to join his bare-knuckle boxing promotion with the MLB lockout ongoing. There was a glimmer of hope that the MLB lockout would end after lengthy talks on Monday resulting in the deadline to start the season on time to Tuesday. But,
The Miami Marlins could be an unlikely spoiler this offseason with their reported link to offseason Bryan Reynolds trade rumors. Avisail Garcia wasn’t enough for the Miami Marlins. They want more. They want something at least close to the trio of Marcell Ozuna, Christian Yelich, and Giancarlo Stanton that once swam around their outfield grass
The Marlins and Pirates hooked up for a trade involving catcher Jacob Stallings, who some saw as a replacement for Gary Sanchez with the Yankees. The Pirates found a way to decrease some payroll, while the Marlins received a Gold Glove catcher on the cheap. Everyone wins! Well, minus the New York Yankees. The Yankees
Miami Marlins slugger Jesus Aguilar chirped with the New York Mets dugout and trolled Javy Baez in the best way possible. Unfortunately for New York Mets second baseman Javy Baez, the aftermath of his insane admission about his thumbs down celebration keeps getting worse and worse. Not only are Mets fans furious with him, but
Aug 1, 2021; New York City, New York, USA; New York Mets shortstop Javier Baez (23) plays a ball against the Cincinnati Reds during the ninth inning at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Lakers fans roast Dennis Schroder over lack of suitors after rejecting contract offer by Scott Rogust Giants learn the
Aug 13, 2021; Miami, Florida, USA; Miami Marlins right fielder Bryan De La Cruz (77) celebrates with teammates after hitting a grand slam home run in the 2nd inning against the Chicago Cubs at loanDepot park. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Cowboys: Stephen Jones gives promising update on Dak Prescott by Mark Powell Bills
Dinger, Colorado Rockies. (Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) Celebrate Team USA’s gold with new bobbleheads by Nathan Cunningham Chelsea’s swoop for Romelu Lukaku may cost Manchester United by Rucker Haringey The Colorado Rockies have explained why a fan was not yelling a racial slur at Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson during Sunday afternoon’s series finale in Denver.
Lewis Brinson, Miami Marlins, Colorado Rockies. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) Russell Wilson urges Seahawks to get Duane Brown contract resolved by John Buhler The Colorado Rockies have issued a statement over the racial slur directed at Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson by a fan during Sunday afternoon’s game in Denver. Hours after the series finale
A fan at Coors Field shouted a disgusting and unacceptable racial slur at Lewis Brinson during the Rockies game against the Marlins. It’s 2021 and still, players have to put up with utterly incomprehensible abuse at major league ballparks. On Sunday, Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson was the target of a racial slur during an at-bat
Adam Duvall, Miami Marlins, Atlanta Braves. (Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports) Full list of 2021 Fighters Only World MMA Awards nominees by Amy Kaplan 49ers sign No. 3 pick Trey Lance to fully-guaranteed contract by Brad Berreman The Atlanta Braves have serious interest in trading for Miami Marlins outfielder Adam Duvall. Though the Atlanta Braves
The Boston Red Sox are rumored to be interested in Miami Marlins outfielder Starling Marte. Here is how they can get a deal done. The MLB trade deadline is officially less than a week away, which means we can see a mad scramble for teams looking to offload talent to organizations looking to contend for
The Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins could hook up for a Starling Marte trade, assuming both sides are interested. Trading within the same division is always a bold choice, but if there were ever a time to do it, it’s for a one-year rental. As much as the Miami Marlins have made it obvious their
Could the Marlins find a trade partner for Starling Marte in the Houston Astros? In need of outfield help and hoping to make a splash, Houston might come calling. The Astros have maintained a 3.5-game lead on the Oakland Athletics after the All-Star Break, but should they wish to make sure that challenge remains insignificant,
Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna. (Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports) Seahawks: Latest Jamal Adams contract update is frustrating by William Ricks The Miami Marlins cannot stop hitting Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuña, and he’s had enough of it. Acuña and the Marlins have a longstanding rivalry dating back to the days of Jose Ureña. So not all
The Miami Marlins could hold on to Starling Marte instead of dealing him at the trade deadline, according to a new report. The Cubs and Cardinals have every reason to make a run at Marlins outfielder Starling Marte. The problem? Miami might not let him go. According to a report from the Miami Herald, the