Thor’s Hammer Powers Mets Past Dodgers

Noah Syndergaard doesn’t just look like the comic book character Thor. Apparently he, too, wields a mighty and powerful hammer. His is just shaped a little differently. Last night, Syndergaard mashed two home runs against the Dodgers last night to Continue reading Thor’s Hammer Powers Mets Past Dodgers

The Dodgers’ Offseason Is Falling Apart

I’m sure the plan looked great when they conceived it. Resign Zack Greinke and add an elite closer to bolster their bullpen with a trade during the winter meetings. The Dodgers’ offseason plight reminds us all how quickly things can Continue reading The Dodgers’ Offseason Is Falling Apart

Podcast Episode 44 – Deal or No Deal (The Chapman Saga)

Matthew George and Brandon Mattingly dive headfirst into all the Aroldis Chapman drama in this episode. First he was traded to L.A., then the deal wasn’t finalized, now it’s being delayed after revelations about an alleged domestic violence incident from Continue reading Podcast Episode 44 – Deal or No Deal (The Chapman Saga)

Chapman Trade On Hold After Domestic Violence Allegations Surface

The first big blockbuster of this year’s winter meetings may be in serious jeopardy. Yesterday morning, news broke that the Reds and Dodgers had reached an agreement on a trade that would send superstar closer Aroldis Chapman to the Dodgers Continue reading Chapman Trade On Hold After Domestic Violence Allegations Surface

Zack Greinke Opting Out Of Dodgers’ Contract

ess than 12 hours after the dust has settled on the Los Angeles Dodgers’ season, reports have already surfaced that Game 5 starter Zack Greinke is going to opt out of his contract and head to free agency this offseason. Continue reading Zack Greinke Opting Out Of Dodgers’ Contract

Road Teams Now 4-0 This Postseason

Home field advantage, it ain’t what it used to be. The Yankees and Pirates had it for their respective Wild Card Games. Now both will be staying home until next season. The Blue Jays and Royals have it for the Continue reading Road Teams Now 4-0 This Postseason

Podcast Episode 40 – The Wild, Wild AL Wild Card Race

In this week’s episode, Matthew George and Brandon Mattingly try to break down the wild and crazy AL Wild Card race and pick who they think will ultimately claim the second Wild Card berth. They also talk Mike Fiers’ controversial Continue reading Podcast Episode 40 – The Wild, Wild AL Wild Card Race

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

We Need To Be Talking About Zack Greinke More

Clayton Kershaw is not an All-Star, at least not yet, though he is a candidate for the final NL spot in Major League Baseball’s Final Vote that’s going on this week. Since rosters for the Midsummer Classic were unveiled earlier Continue reading We Need To Be Talking About Zack Greinke More

Umpire Almost Charges Mound To Give Jon Lester Piece Of His Mind

Baseball truly is a blessing. I feel like every day it gives us something new, something we’ve never witnessed or experienced before. No other sport compares. For example, I had never seen an umpire almost charge the mound to get Continue reading Umpire Almost Charges Mound To Give Jon Lester Piece Of His Mind

Braves and Dodgers Swap Alberto Callaspo for Juan Uribe In Six-Player Deal

We have our first big trade of the 2015 season. The Braves and the Dodgers have reached an agreement on a six-player deal that will send third baseman Alberto Callaspo to Los Angeles and third baseman Juan Uribe to Atlanta. Continue reading Braves and Dodgers Swap Alberto Callaspo for Juan Uribe In Six-Player Deal

SAD Interseries Championship: Giants Take Title With Shutout Sweep of Dodgers

Down go the Dodgers! Finally, after six straight successful title defenses, a challenger has risen and vanquished our defending champs. The San Francisco Giants, inaugural holders of the Seeds All Day Interseries Championship, have reclaimed the belt with a three-game Continue reading SAD Interseries Championship: Giants Take Title With Shutout Sweep of Dodgers

SAD Interseries Championship: Dodgers Retain Title with Series Split Against Rockies

Another one bites the dust. The Rockies gave a valiant effort against the defending Seeds All Day Interseries Champion Los Angeles Dodgers, splitting the series 2-2. But remember folks, splitting the series is still coming up one win shy of Continue reading SAD Interseries Championship: Dodgers Retain Title with Series Split Against Rockies

A Way Too Late Update on the SAD Interseries Championship: Can Anyone Dethrone the Dodgers?

I’ve been neglecting my duties as Seeds All Day editor. Somehow, I let the SAD Interseries Championship updates completely slip my mind for a few weeks. Though we’ve been gone for such a long time, we return to find that Continue reading A Way Too Late Update on the SAD Interseries Championship: Can Anyone Dethrone the Dodgers?

Good God Giancarlo; Stanton Literally Knocks One Out of the Park

We all knew Giancarlo Stanton was powerful, but the home run he hit last night was just ridiculous. Your browser does not support iframes. Per the tape measure, the home run traveled 475 feet. That is not a type-o. Four Continue reading Good God Giancarlo; Stanton Literally Knocks One Out of the Park

SAD Interseries Championship: The Dodgers Win the Title

It was a good run while it lasted. The Padres rattled off three-straight series defenses, but couldn’t maintain the momentum for a fourth, dropping a three-gamer against their new arch nemises in the NL West, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Continue reading SAD Interseries Championship: The Dodgers Win the Title

SAD Interseries Championship: Padres Retain Title with Series Split at Colorado

Colorado came as close as a team possibly can to winning the Seeds All Day Interseries Championship without actually doing so. The Rockies battled the Padres tooth and nail in all but the first game of the series, but only Continue reading SAD Interseries Championship: Padres Retain Title with Series Split at Colorado

No One is Hotter than Adrian Gonzalez is Right Now

Talk about turning back the hands of time. At 32, Adrian Gonzalez is doing things that he has never done before. He’s doing things that have never been done at any point in Major League history. The Dodgers, like everyone Continue reading No One is Hotter than Adrian Gonzalez is Right Now

Dodgers to Sign Prized Cuban Infielder Hector Olivera

Another day, another soon-to-be Cuban sensation. That’s got to be what headlines like this one are beginning to feel like, right? Thankfully, today’s was the last international chip that will fall this offseason. The Dodgers have won the bidding sweepstakes Continue reading Dodgers to Sign Prized Cuban Infielder Hector Olivera

Podcast Episode 20 – Farewell to Minnie Minoso

Matthew takes some time to tip his cap and remember the legendary “Mr. White Sox”, Minnie Minoso in this week’s episode. He also hands out the Preseason Superlative Awards for Least Improved Teams in the NL and AL. Other topics Continue reading Podcast Episode 20 – Farewell to Minnie Minoso

Podcast Episode 19 – Moncada to the Bosox

Boston has landed the last remaining prized free agent, and in this episode Matthew breaks down the signing. He also takes out a little time to lay into Alex Rodriguez now that A-Rod has officially reported to Spring Training. We Continue reading Podcast Episode 19 – Moncada to the Bosox

Kershaw’s Gem Was More Than Just A No-Hitter

You can’t come any closer to being perfect than Clayton Kershaw did last night without, well, being perfect. Nine innings pitched. 15 strikeouts. No walks. No runs allowed, earned or unearned. And most notably: no hits. I am too young Continue reading Kershaw’s Gem Was More Than Just A No-Hitter

Happy Puigaversary!

It was one year ago today, June 3, 2013, that the magnanimous Yasiel Puig made his Major League debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers. At the time, practically no one had seen the Cuban star play baseball. Most of us Continue reading Happy Puigaversary!

Don’t Forget About Opening Night! Dodges at Padres at 8:05 EST

March Madness is in full swing, and we have all been gripped by the second full weekend of the tournament. But don’t forget that after the last two teams punch their Final Four tickets, the MLB takes center stage. Tonight Continue reading Don’t Forget About Opening Night! Dodges at Padres at 8:05 EST

Around the Diamond – March 27, 2014

I don’t have enough time today to flush out my thoughts and give you any hard-hitting opinions or in-depth analysis. But I have just enough to link you with some juicy headlines from all over the league. Let’s take a Continue reading Around the Diamond – March 27, 2014