Major League pitchers and catchers have officially reported for all 30 clubs at Spring Training with the first full squad workouts set for tomorrow and college baseball is officially underway for the 2021 season. It's that time of year again baby!! I now have access to ESPN+ so I'm finally able to watch more games … Continue reading Baseball Survives COVID
After a long period where the prospect of a 2020 season looked doubtful, Major League Baseball and the Players' Association came to an agreement on playing a prorated 2020 MLB season consisting of 60 regular-season games of a limited schedule followed by playoffs. It'll essentially be a "sprint to the finish" season but I'll take … Continue reading Baseball is Back!
Baseball is here and with Spring Training games being on almost every day, there's plenty to watch. Unfortunately, if you're like me and work nights, you can't watch much. You see highlights after the fact and don't get the full atmosphere of watching a game live. You still get to see the videos on MLB.com … Continue reading Spring Training 2019
MLB the Show is easily the best baseball video game franchise out there. The 2K games were pretty good, but nothing really compared to The Show unless you loved the classic fuckery of Slugfest. The Show has the career mode, add-ons, and graphics that other games wish the had. Unfortunately, The Show is only for … Continue reading Why MLB: The Show Needs to Come to Xbox
My primary purpose in going to Boston, aside from wanting to take a trip to a historic city, was to see Fenway Park. I grew up playing and watching baseball and ever since I got a Boston Red Sox hat when I was young, I've been a Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox fan. Being … Continue reading First Visit to a Legendary Ballpark: Fenway Park