The Hottest Rumors Heading Toward Today’s Trade Deadline

The final day of trade reckoning is upon us. It all comes down to today. At 4 p.m. ET, the window for making non-waiver trades will close. With organizations beginning to feel the grip of the deadline pressure, we could Continue reading The Hottest Rumors Heading Toward Today’s Trade Deadline

Recapping Yesterday’s Deals

There was a flurry of trade activity yesterday afternoon and evening, so many that I could spend just about all day doing individual write-ups. As much as I’d like to, I simply don’t have the time, so this morning I Continue reading Recapping Yesterday’s Deals

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 31, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 31, 2015

Blue Jays Land David Price

Toronto has pushed all of its chips to the center of the table for 2015. Sensing a wide open American League playoff race, and a potentially catchable New York Yankees team sitting atop the Eastern division, the Blue Jays have Continue reading Blue Jays Land David Price

Cardinals Agree to New $1 Billion TV Deal

Behold, a monster is born. As if things weren’t going well enough for the St. Louis Cardinals organization. They have already proven themselves to be among the best run systems, from the Majors all the way down to rookie ball, Continue reading Cardinals Agree to New $1 Billion TV Deal

Cole Hamels Is A Ranger

Finally, after scuttlebutt that has circulated since before Spring Training, the Phillies have traded ace pitcher Cole Hamels. It took an eight-player deal to finally make this trade happen, with the Rangers apparently submitting the winning “final” offer as of Continue reading Cole Hamels Is A Ranger

Wilmer Flores Really Doesn’t Want To Leave The Mets

I don’t care what Tom Hanks says, at least in last night’s case, there was crying and baseball, and it was absolutely acceptable. Around the seventh inning, reports began circulating that the Mets had agreed to a trade for Carlos Continue reading Wilmer Flores Really Doesn’t Want To Leave The Mets

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 30, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 30, 2015

Jenrry Mejia Popped For PEDs Again, Suspended 162 Games

Talk about failing to learn your lesson. Less than one month after his return from an 80-game performance enhancing drug suspension, Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia has tested positive again. For his second offense – a positive test for Stanozolol and Continue reading Jenrry Mejia Popped For PEDs Again, Suspended 162 Games

Teams Must Submit Best Offer For Phillies’ Cole Hamels By End Of Today

It sounds like the Philadelphia Phillies are done negotiating with teams regarding coveted starter Cole Hamels. It’s been reported that the Phillies have told teams around Major League Baseball to submit their best offers for Hamels by today, basically requesting Continue reading Teams Must Submit Best Offer For Phillies’ Cole Hamels By End Of Today

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 29, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 29, 2015

Baseball’s Best Offense Gets Even Better With Addition Of Tulowitzki

All eyes have been on the Toronto Blue Jays as the trade deadline approaches. Just about everyone expected that the Jays would make a move to add a piece before July 31st. I doubt anyone thought that move would be Continue reading Baseball’s Best Offense Gets Even Better With Addition Of Tulowitzki

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 28, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 28, 2015

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 27, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 27, 2015

Royals Acquire Coveted Ace In Johnny Cueto

Kansas City made a huge splash yesterday, acquiring starter Johnny Cueto from the Reds in what is the biggest deal of the trade deadline season thus far. In Cueto, the Royals finally have a true ace, a guy who can Continue reading Royals Acquire Coveted Ace In Johnny Cueto

2015 Hall Of Fame Inductee Speeches

Four more players entered baseball’s most prestigious fraternity yesterday, as John Smoltz, Pedro Martinez, Craig Biggio and Randy Johnson were officially inducted into the Hall of Fame. I wasn’t able to watch the induction ceremony live yesterday. Fortunately for me, Continue reading 2015 Hall Of Fame Inductee Speeches

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 26, 2015

   MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 26, 2015

Hamels Throws No-Hitter In What’s Likely His Last Game As A Phillie

  Once again, sports have proven to be the world’s greatest reality show. Cole Hamels had never before thrown a no-hitter. The Cubs hadn’t been no-hit in 50 years. Hamels is likely to be traded away from Philadelphia in the next Continue reading Hamels Throws No-Hitter In What’s Likely His Last Game As A Phillie

Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 25, 2015

MLB’s Beat the Streak contest challenges fans to take on one of baseball’s most legendary records. To win, fans must select up to two players each day who they think will get a base, and run a streak up to Continue reading Brandon’s and Matthew’s Beat the Streak Picks for July 25, 2015

ESPN Removes Cowherd From Air In Wake Of Controversial Comments

ESPN radio personality Colin Cowherd caused quite the PC uproar on Thursday with comments that implied that the Dominican Republic, as a nation, was unintelligent. You can read about his comments in yesterday’s post. Yesterday, Cowherd attempted to explain his Continue reading ESPN Removes Cowherd From Air In Wake Of Controversial Comments

Mets Add Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson In Trade With Braves

The Mets have struck a deal with their division-mates, the Atlanta Braves, in an attempt to address the offensive woes that have plagued them all year and two fill two big positional needs. The Mets will receive infielders Juan Uribe Continue reading Mets Add Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson In Trade With Braves

Cardinals Acquire Reliever Steve Cishek

The Cardinals jumped into the trade frenzy fray yesterday afternoon, striking a deal with the Marlins that will send reliever Steve Cishek to St. Louis. In return, the Mariners will receive right-handed prospect Kyle Barraclough. The 29-year-old Cishek was one Continue reading Cardinals Acquire Reliever Steve Cishek

Unwritten Rule Log: Never Throw Your Gum In The Direction Of An Opponent

With the site down for much of this week, I almost missed the chance to add to the Seeds All Day Unwritten Rule Log. Tuesday’s incident from the Giants-Padres game may not be as timely as I would like for Continue reading Unwritten Rule Log: Never Throw Your Gum In The Direction Of An Opponent

ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Disparaged Domincans During Yesterday’s Show

ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd can be divisive at times, but yesterday he may have taken things too far in insulting a whole country with on-air comments about the Domincan Republic. During yesterday’s show, Cowherd was discussing the Marlins’ former Continue reading ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Disparaged Domincans During Yesterday’s Show

Pirates Acquire Aramis Ramirez, Working On Trade For Reliever

Hours after learning that Scott Kazmir had been traded to Houston, we learned that the Pittsburgh Pirates had made their first splash in the trade market. At around 5:40 p.m. ET, the Pirates and Milwaukee Brewers announced a trade that Continue reading Pirates Acquire Aramis Ramirez, Working On Trade For Reliever