The new Home Run Derby rules provided for an entertaining show, it shows innovative thinking the sport hasn’t been used to.
Whether good or bad, these All-Star Game moments were certainly memorable.
Just because someone is an All-Star in the eyes of Major League Baseball doesn’t mean you need or want them on your fantasy baseball roster. In fact, it’s mostly irrelevant to smart fantasy owners. By looking the hitters and pitchers in line for the big honor this week, you can find assets you have that other clueless owners might want in a trade. Think about how to exploit that weakness in your fantasy baseball league this weekend.
The HR Derby changes were a good start, but more can be done to increase excitement.
The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
With next Tuesday night’s All-Star game set for Cincinnati, we are at the end of the first half of the season. And while, the opening three plus months has given us the usual assortment of […]
We’ve reached the midway point of the season, time to look at the awards races.
It is a question often asked; how would a player in a particular sport fair if he/she played in another sport? With the annual MLB Home Run Derby next week, here are some non-baseball players who would be fun to watch in the competition.
Grant McAuley and Mike Conti go through the MLB Headlines in the Starting 9, then discuss the Braves at the halfway point with Mark Bowman of MLB.com in our Chop Talk segment. The guys break down […]
Most teams have played around 81 games by now, so the baseball season is half over. It’s a good time to assess which players on your team are likely to decline—and thus give you a chance to trade them to a desperate owner that doesn’t know any better. Likewise, you can scour league rosters for those players who have underachieved and smile all the way to October when they have superb second halves.