A Juan Soto Trade Will Shake Baseball to Its Core

A Juan Soto Trade Will Shake Baseball to Its Core

It’s not often when an arguable top-five player in a sport gets traded. Yet, the Washington Nationals are about to make that a reality in MLB. After turning down a gargantuan 15-year, $440 million offer, Juan Soto is on the trade block. Naturally, it immediately became the biggest story for the trade deadline to this […]

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 Ranking Landing Spots for Freddie Freeman

Ranking Landing Spots for Freddie Freeman

Baseball is back, baby! With the return of America’s pastime, the offseason part two can begin in earnest. So many massive free agents are back on the market and looking for their new homes. One of the more interesting storylines of all though has to be surrounding Freddie Freeman. A first-time World Series champ, Freeman […]

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 2020 NL Wild Card Preview: Who Has the Edge?

2020 NL Wild Card Preview: Who Has the Edge?

Mark the date. September 30th, 2020. September 30th will feature eight (EIGHT!!!) playoff games. Game 2s of an exciting AL Wild Card and the opening games of the 2020 NL Wild Card will occur over the span of about 12 hours. As a baseball fan, this will be the most exciting day of baseball I […]

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 Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

With nearly a third of the leagues’ teams looking for a new manager, we will be Ranking Open MLB Manager jobs. Which open position is the most desirable? Which new manager will be best set up for success in their first year at the helm? Who will be set up best for the long term? […]

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 May 13th 2019 in Sports: Slone’s Thoughts

May 13th 2019 in Sports: Slone’s Thoughts

Welcome to Slone’s Thoughts. Did you ever watch “The Office”? Ever heard of Creed’s Thoughts? Well, this is that. But with sports. San Diego Padres Lose Their Twitter Handle The Padres changed their Twitter handle from @Padres to @Madres for Mother’s Day, which is a pretty cool idea. Just in case someone out there for […]

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