Rounding up the headlines from the opening weekend of the 2021 MLB season.
MLB's best relievers in 2021.
It's time to make some MLB award predictions for 2021.
Baseball fans are truly living in a golden era of shortstops. The star power at that position is incredible, and we’re going to see that next winter when several of them hit the free-agent market. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the 10 best shortstops heading into the 2021 MLB season.
There are MVPs and Hall of Famers, but who's the best first baseman in 2021?
It’s tough to succeed in baseball nowadays without being rock solid at the catcher position.
Where do the Dodgers rank in the pecking order of best MLB rotations?
With this deal in the books, it’s time to take a look at what else the White Sox need to do this offseason. Here are some targets they should consider to bolster themselves as a legitimate force out of the AL Central.
The White Sox have signed reliever Liam Hendriks to a multi-year contract, as reported on Monday night.
The Chicago White Sox have agreed a trade with the Texas Rangers to acquire Lance Lynn. Lynn joins a rotation already including Lucas Giolito, Dallas Keuchel and Michael Kopech.
Six-time All-Star and four-time Silver Slugger award winner Nelson Cruz is hitting the free agency market once again.
The free agency of Joc Pederson is a tester for this MLB offseason. Pederson is a limited, but ultimately effective, player. He’s coming off a down year in 2020.
An at the fence catch last week drew comparisons to Ken Griffey Jr. While those may be premature, there’s no doubt Kyle Lewis is well in the mix for American League Rookie of the Year.
Several teams, including the Chicago White Sox, are showing trade interest in Angels starter Dylan Bundy according to Jon Morosi.
In the eyes of many MLB fans, and even experts, this year's World Series winner will not be the undisputed champion that it usually is. The shortened 2020 campaign - starting on July 23rd - will feature just 60 games per team, which is nearly a third of the normal 162 games. There's always been a reason why baseball teams play such an unprecedented number of games. A smaller number of games would resemble an outcome too situational to determine a rightful champion.