2023 American League Preview

By : Mike Rifkin 2023 MLB season is upon us. Here is a preview for the American League.  AL EAST :   Orioles : If they’re young players play as well as they did last season the Orioles can hang around in the beast of a division. Red Sox : They signed Rafael Devers to aContinue reading “2023 American League Preview”

2023 National League Preview

By: Mike Rifkin The 2023 MLB season is upon us. Here is a National League preview. The National League is loaded with talent. The reigning National League Champion Phillies bolstered their lineup by adding Trea Turner and tried to solidify their pitching with the additions of Taijuan Walker and Craig Kimbrel. The Padres signed aceContinue reading “2023 National League Preview”


Baseball season is almost here. It was an exciting winter. Here is how we saw the offseason through a questionnaire. THE QUESTIONS Mark Halpern – Xander Bogaerts going to San Diego was a huge move. Adding him to a lineup that includes Machado, Juan Soto, and eventually, Fernando Tatis Jr. Bogaerts, Machado on one sideContinue reading “SIN’S MLB OFFSEASON Recap”

Team Israel and Japan Previews

By: Lawrence Lang As The World Baseball Classic Approaches, it’s time to break down Team Israel and Team Japan.  Starting with team Israel they are making its first appearance in the WBC since 2017. In the 2017 WBC, Israel went 3-0 in the first round beating South Korea, Chinese Taipei, and the Netherlands. But inContinue reading “Team Israel and Japan Previews”

WBC Preview: Cuba and Great Britain 

By: Mike Rifkin The World Baseball Classic is upon us. Baseball players worldwide will take center stage and represent their country in this great tournament.  Cuba will be a part of Pool A along with Italy, Chinese Taipei, Netherlands, and  Panama. Some of the best Cuban players should be playing in the WBC. Yordan Alvarez,Continue reading “WBC Preview: Cuba and Great Britain “


(THE WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC) By Mark Halpern          Well, we have waited with great exuberance for Baseball to get here, and that time has arrived, but fans of most MLB teams are going to be worried about their star players going off to play in the Olympics of Baseball.        The World BaseballContinue reading “FEAR OF INJURIES IN THE W.B.C”

Somebody’s Got Some Explaining To Do

By: Mike Rifkin When talking about cheating in Baseball, the most recent memory was the 2017 Houston Astros. The punishments were severe, with General Manager Jeff Luhnow and Manager AJ Hinch both suspended for one year, and then both were fired by the organization. Former assistant General Manager Brandon Taubman was also suspended for aContinue reading “Somebody’s Got Some Explaining To Do”


By Mark Halpern Let’s take a trip back to the end of the 2000 season; George Steinbrenner shells out the most significant contract, a 7-year 100mil+, to Jason Giambi. This contract is the first contract of $ 100 million of its kind. It didn’t stop there as we saw the Yankees hand out deals toContinue reading “STEVE COHEN THE CURRENT GEORGE STEINBRENNER”