There are many kinds of baseball fans. Some are true fans while others become a fan only when a team is doing well. This hub suggests seven characteristics of true major league baseball fans.
Houston's second baseman Jose Altuve is the shortest man in Major League Baseball. He's also one of its most exciting players, leading the American League in both hits, stolen bases the past 2 years.
David Ortiz is affectionately known everywhere as Big Papi. He's helped lead the Boston Red Sox to 3 World Series championships, and been an AL All Star 9 different times.
The American League of the 80s had great players who were just as talented and exciting as the players of today. Join me as I share anecdotes about all-stars such as Cal Ripken and Eddie Murray.
Two years ago Rougned Odor was the youngest player in the entire Major Leagues. Last season Odor played with a fire in his eyes. Expect even more from Rougie Odor in 2016.
By Dan W. Miller - Tips on everything from what to wear, what to think, how to act in certain situations and most of all, how to survive the game when the crowd is yelling, "Kill the ump!"
AL Cy Young winner in 2013. Two no hitters in 2015, and NL Cy Young winner in 2016, Max Scherzer will surely be one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball again in 2017.
Is Clayton Kershaw the single most desired and feared starting pitcher in Major League Baseball? Of course he is, and he will be for a long time to come, bank on it.
The first man to win a triple crown in hitting since 1967, Miguel Cabrera won two straight AL MVP awards in 2012 and 2013. He fell off a tad in 2014, but won a batting title in 2015. What next?
Justin Verlander has been one of the hardest working and hardest throwing pitchers in the MLB since he got there. Can he regain his former position as an elite starting pitcher in 2016? We shall see.