2019 MLB Draft: Round One

This year, there are 32 true first-round picks, followed by a pair of compensation picks and seven competitive balance selections. I will give the results to you the viewers and put in bold and italics of the picks I like the most. First Round 1. Baltimore Orioles – Adley Rutschman – C – Oregon State…

Each MLB Teams Top 3 Prospects

Here is what I believe is each MLB team’s top three prospects in their organization. Also, the players that are on this list that are currently playing at the Major League level right now are still considered prospects as they have not accumulated enough MLB time. NL West Arizona Diamondbacks 1. Jazz Chisholm – SS…

The Grandy Man Heading To Miami

The veteran outfielder is going to try playing for potentially one more year, if he makes the Miami Marlins 25-man roster out of spring training. Jon Heyman reports that Curtis Granderson can earn $1.75MM in the majors with $250K in possible incentives. Granderson is set to become 38 in March. The veteran can still be…

Mariners Land Maybin

  Today, the Seattle Mariners continue to add pieces for a run at the playoffs. After landing bullpen arms in Zach Duke and Adam Warren yesterday, they just picked up outfield depth today by trading for Cameron Maybin of the Miami Marlins. Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports acquisition of Cameron Maybin. Now, the…

Satter’s MLB Mock Draft: First Edition

 Unfortunately, with time being short I will not be giving an analysis on each pick, but if you want one from me then just comment on the article and I will reply to you. 1. Detroit Tigers – Casey Mize – RHP – Auburn 2. San Francisco Giants – Brady Singer – RHP – Florida…

Mariners Trade For Phelps

  The Seattle Mariners give their roster a boost by adding versatile pitcher David Phelps from a trade with the Miami Marlins that sent Center field prospect Brayan Hernandez (headliner), right-handers Brandon Miller, Pablo Lopez, and Lukas Schiraldi, per multiple sources. In addition, Phelps is versatile, as he can pitch in the rotation or bullpen by being…

Orioles Targeting Hechavarria?

  First off, the Baltimore Orioles are in a hunt for a playoff spot, but they need to add a shortstop to the roster after losing J.J. Hardy for the next two months with an injury he sustained. According to Herald’s Clark Spencer, the Orioles are looking at the defensive guru. In addition, Adeiny Hechavarria…

The Marlins Add Volquez

The Miami Marlins made a move to try and bolster their rotation by signing former World Series champion, Edinson Volquez. The veteran right hander will receive a two-year deal worth $22 mil, according to an AP source. This deal is pending a physical. Now, the Marlins are trying to revamp their rotation after the loss…

Fernando Rodney Traded To The Marlins

 The Marlins bolster their bullpen that has been quite good this year. They acquired Padres closer, Fernando Rodney, who was having an outstanding season for the Padres. Keith Law of ESPN.com first broke the news that Rodney will head back to the state of Florida where he started shooting arrows at.   Next, Rodney is a…

MLB Mock Draft: First and Last Edition

This is my first and only MLB mock draft I will do this season. Honestly, there is not a clear cut number one pick, but there are five or six players that could go first overall, but we will see on June 6, 2016. Most of these kids are committed to going to a college…

Players To Lookout For: NL East Edition

Today, I will talk about a division that is considered the weakest in all of baseball. Teams included are the Marlins, Braves, Phillies, Mets, and Nationals. First off, pitching wins championships and give a team a great chance to do so like the Mets, which are most likely going to win their division. Next, the…

Marlins Lock Up Dee Gordon

Meanwhile, the Marlins have had a busy 2016 so far. Today, the Marlins decided to lock up their second baseman and lead off hitter, Dee Gordon. Gordon will receive a 5 year deal worth $50 mil with a vesting option for a sixth year worth $14 mil. The deal was first reported by Ken Rosenthal….