The Sports Stove: MLB Playoff Edition

The Sports Stove: MLB Playoff Edition

How can you not get romantic about baseball? The early part of Fall gifts us with sweater weather, the changing of the leaves and, MLB playoffs! With respect to the parent actors in those Staples commercials, this is truly the most wonderful time of the year. I made an appearance on the Sports Stove on […]

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 The White Sox Are Overrated

The White Sox Are Overrated

On paper, it’s easy to say the Chicago White Sox are a dominant team. They are currently ten games ahead of the Cleveland Indians and will easily win the American League Central. Jose Abreu is having another MVP year; the team is sixth in runs scored and the pitching staff has a combined earned run […]

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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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 San Francisco Giants Top Prospects Round-Up

San Francisco Giants Top Prospects Round-Up

The San Francisco Giants have not had much talent in their minor league farm system. In this season the Giants have two players in the top 100 and another player on the rise. Joey Bart ranked 19th and Heliot Ramos, ranked 56 this season. Marco Luciano age 17 is playing well in the Arizona Fall […]

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 Three MLB Trades I Need To See

Three MLB Trades I Need To See

The MLB trade deadline is right around the corner. I’m always ready for trades that make sense. There are a few teams that have major holes that need to be filled and some that can acquire someone for stability. Here are three MLB trades I need to see that would go along way to deciding […]

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