Major League Baseball will have its annual June Draft on the 10th and 11th. This year it’s gone through a big change. It’s only five rounds long and players won’t be getting nearly what they used to upfront because of the pandemic and the change in the format. One storyline
Major League Baseball is trying to craft a plan for a possible 2020 season. There have been a lot of obstacles in the world to overcome, the one fans, and the media didn’t expect to be an issue was the way ownership is trying to treat the players.
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Brennan Tyznar is a 6-2, left-handed pitcher who currently plays for Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. He had his season cut short. No player is ever fully prepared for that and honestly, unless you’ve played for a team that you put your heart and soul into, it’s hard to understand what
Do kids get mail anymore? Does mail mean anything beyond bills and coupons anymore? Do kids sit down and write letters and draw pictures for their grandparents? Do they get letters back? Do kids even know what Christmas cards are?
I thought of this while I was flipping through a photo
Brianna Musco was on a recent trip to Europe and she came home without the Coronavirus and with a lot of music, musical ideas and some public health concerns in Italy.
“When we were there were one or two cases in Scotland and a few cases in Italy (this is in
Here is an intrasquad game. Enjoy it and let's hope more is on the way. This is the Kiwoom Heroes vs. Kiwoom Heroes
Every once in awhile, I get to review a product that intersects sports and health. And while most major sports have hit the pause button, the athletes, and folks like me, haven’t. Enter BUBS a company that makes a powdery mix that can improve your health.
There is a collagen mix
This one seems like an easy decision. Yes, it affects local economies and jobs, but getting sick is worse, especially for those who don’t have health insurance or adequate funds. The Coronavirus is causing havoc around the world and the belief by the experts is we’re not through the worst
March 26th is Mets Opening Day this year. Can it get any earlier? Or any colder? Teams know this and now if there’s a player who has a hint of an injury, there’s very little chance you’ll see them start the baseball season.
MLB cheapened Opening Day years ago with the
The Astros are the heels of the sport, for good reason, but now having MLB commissioner Rob Manfred stand up there and saying the Astros and Red Sox are the only teams being investigated is short-sighted. Red Sox verdict is due at the end of the following week, not this