Washington’s National Disappointment

This spring was a chaotic time in my life, and I did not get to write–in this space or on … More

Derek Jeter the Owner Is the Villain MLB Deserves

When I was a kid, I could not stand Derek Jeter. I thought he was a jerk. It is also … More

Andrew Benintendi Picked the Wrong Year to Be a Rookie

Boston Red Sox outfield prospect Andrew Benintendi went into the 2017 season the preseason favorite to be the American League … More

Roy Halladay Was One of the Greatest

Former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies ace pitcher Roy Halladay died in a plane crash earlier this week. He … More

Just Like That, the Yankees Are the Yankees Again

A year ago, I wrote about how weird it was to have the New York Yankees, the historical power and … More

For Red Sox, Adrian Beltre Is One of the Biggest That Got Away

Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre got his 3,000th career hit on Sunday, becoming just the 31st player in Major … More

Life after Never: The 2017 Chicago Cubs

It had been over a century since the Chicago Cubs last won the World Series, and their last National League … More