Joey Votto
Baltimore Orioles

Five worst MLB contracts in 2021

When will MLB teams learn that long-term contracts aren’t always worthwhile in the long run? In fact, more times than not, they are downright terrible toward the end. Let’s take a look at the teams suffering through some of the worst contracts in baseball heading into the 2021 MLB season.
Arizona Diamondbacks

Three dark horses to win the 2020 World Series

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.
Cincinnati Reds

Postseason baseball is going to return to Cincinnati in 2020

The Cincinnati Reds failed to reach the MLB postseason yet again but there were some very encouraging signs in their 2019 performance, which is hard to find in many other 75-87 teams. The Reds achieved an 11-win year-to-year improvement behind a solid first year for manager David Bell and behind a historic season to their starting rotation, which had the fifth-best ERA in the NL.
Didi Gregorius
Cincinnati Reds

Reds should move for former Yankee Didi Gregorius

Cincinnati Reds are still looking to end their sub-.500 streak. After much hope, and some curious offseason moves, the 2019 campaign was like many others. Their winning percentage started with a four, though it was their best record since 2014. They were a long way off the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers and St Louis Cardinals.