Entries by Greg Huss

Cardinals Trade Randal Grichuk to Toronto

The St. Louis Cardinals continued their trade-heavy offseason on Friday, trading outfielder Randal Grichuk to the Toronto Blue Jays for reliever Dominic Leone and Minor League starter Conner Greene. Grichuk is dealt from a once crowded outfield in St. Louis that is appearing to have less depth every single day. Once home to Grichuk, Stephen […]

Giants Acquire Andrew McCutchen

After several years of trade rumors surrounding the former MVP Andrew McCutchen, the Pirates finally shipped him away in a package to the San Francisco Giants. According to several sources, including Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Giants have agreed to acquire the five time All-Star centerfielder who has spent all nine season of his […]

NLDS Preview: Chicago Cubs vs. Washington Nationals

Cubs and Nationals 2017 Regular Season Chicago Cubs – 92-70 (1st NL Central) The reigning World Champions are back in the Postseason and they sure didn’t make it look easy. After a slow start to the year, the Cubs put up a very impressive 2nd half of the season to hold off the over-performing Milwaukee […]

ALDS Preview: New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

Yankees and Indians 2017 Regular Season New York Yankees – 91-71 (2nd AL East) The New York Yankees came into this season with the assumption that they were one or two seasons away from really competing to win a championship. They had several young bats coming up through the ranks of their system and a […]

Don’t Look Now, Kris Bryant is Making a Push for NL MVP

What an incredible year for bats throughout all of Major League Baseball. Giancarlo Stanton is producing one of the best home run hitting seasons of all time in his chase for 61 bombs. Aaron Judge just set the record for most round trippers in a season by a rookie, surpassing Mark McGwire’s record when he […]

Baseball is Better When Big Market Teams Are Successful

Sports fans claim that they love a great underdog story. The Miracle USA Hockey Team, George Mason basketball and their Final Four run of 2006, and the 1969 Miracle Mets were all stories that will be told for lifetimes. But there is one thing that fans love more than underdogs: Powerhouse programs and organizations matching up to win a championship.