This piece is devoted to the centerfield position. Outfields across Major League Baseball consist of some of the best hitters in baseball. Of course, one name is superior to the others but it’s very clear that the position is amongst the most talented in the league.
They only combined for three postseason series in that span and were barely competitive. However, that same period saw two of the greatest players of our generation on the same field at the same time – Mike Trout and Manny Machado. Of course, those two clubs mightily wasted their best weapons in their prime. In the process, they delivered some memorable games.
The All-Star break is upon us, so it seems a fitting time to look back at the first half of the season. The MVP, Rookie of the Year and Cy Young awards are set to be closely fought throughout the remainder of the campaign, but if the season ended today, who would win them?
The second phase of MLB All-Star voting begins at 5pm BST on Thursday. Each position has three candidates for this 28-hour round which will decide the starters at Cleveland’s Progressive Field for the midseason classic.
The 2019 MLB season is here. Anything is possible, from shock MVP winners and surprise Cy Young conteders to ludicrous stolen base totals.
Los Angeles Angels centre fielder Mike Trout has agreed to a new 12-year, $430 million contract to stay in California, per Jeff Passan.
Los Angeles Angels are stuck in .500 limbo land. Mike Trout is yet to be given a competitive team, and that doesn’t look like changing.
Jonathan Lucroy and the Los Angeles Angels agreed to a one-year, $3.35 million contract. The deal can go to as much as $4 million with performance incentives, as reported by Jeff Passan on Friday. The Angels traded Martin Maldonado to the Astros during last season and have been a big player in the catching market
Are Mike Trout and LeBron James suffering from the same normalisation of greatness?
The MLB season is around the 40-game mark. There are still well over 100 games left in the regular season, yet the 2018 campaign is already littered with storylines from remarkable pitching to game-changing shifts. Week six of the season might be the best yet. It had everything, so here are a few of the