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.
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.
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.
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.
Although it's early in the season, Ryan Zimmerman is on a pace to accomplish a homer-and-double combination only a few have in baseball history.
Curt Schilling was during his playing career one of the single most dominate forces in Major League Baseball. His epic pitching through injuries and astounding post season performance can not be argue
There may have been pitchers who had a stretch of years better than any Roger Clemens enjoyed. But as it stands, there's never been a pitcher as good as Roger Clemens, in MLB history.
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.
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.
Cole Hamels is a proven big game pitcher who's even won a World Series MVP. Now a Texas Ranger, the master change up artists looks towards the playoffs in 2016.