For years people have compared Mike Trout to Mickey Mantle. Recently Trout turned 27. Here's a look at how closely he compares with Mantle at the same age.
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.
Jake Arrieta, a tall talented, hard throwing Texas pitcher put it all together for the first time in 2015. He won his League's Cy Young award. Expect more great pitching from Jake in 2016.
The New York Mets have a ridiculously good starting rotation, and one of the most powerful arms there belongs to young Noah Syndergaard. How good can this big Texan get?
Big Kris Bryant is a smart, nice guy, and a terrific athlete. He won National League Rookie of the Year in 2015. Expect 30 home runs and 100 runs batted in from the big man in 2016.
Roberto Clemente was one of a kind. He contributed to MLB’s successful integration of Latino players and constantly performed charitable deeds, often without fanfare or publicity. He is a hero.
Two teams that can't stand each other. Bad blood. Up and comers vs. tried and true. Perennial winner vs. lovable loser. Home runs. Outstanding defense. Hit batsman. Was anything missing in this game?
Pitchers and catchers report within a few weeks. Spring Training is right around the corner. So how do the teams stack up as we head towards 2016? Who stands out and who falls by the wayside?
Giancarlo Stanton is the highest paid athlete in all professional sports. He's also the hitter with the most home run power in the Major Leagues today. How many home runs will he hit in 2016?
Superstar and superhero, Bryce Harper has been famous since he was 16 years old. He is possibly the greatest baseball star since Babe Ruth. Or is Mike Trout best? We shall see in 2016.