As Major League Baseball heads into its All-Star break, the league will turn its attention to the Home Run Derby Monday night as seven of the game’s best sluggers (and Michael Cuddyer) will compete to see who can outlast each other in the game’s annual home run exhibition.
When Major League Baseball named David Wright and Robinson Cano captains of their respective league’s home run derby team, each player had the better part of a month to decide on the four representatives that will join them at Citi Field next week.
In baseball, unlike almost every other professional sport, the likelihood that the No. 1 overall pick is going to turn into a perennial All-Star and franchise player is quite small. In fact, none of the players drafted first overall have ever been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and they have earned just six […]
Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy For 2013: The Undisputed Top 3, Sleepers and Busts, and Where To Draft Bryce Harper
Ryan Braun, Mike Trout, and Miguel Cabrera, then what? We look at Fantasy Baseball 2013 and what players you should target at various stages of the draft.
Mike Trout’s numbers are nearly unheard of from anyone, let alone a rookie. But today I’m here to talk about the other star MLB rookie: Bryce Harper. He’s been the more hyped of the two, and nothing during Harper’s age-19 season suggests he’ll be anything other than a superstar.