Free Agent Profile & Prediction #35: Daniel Murphy

What a career, from being around a little above league average player for the first seven years of his career, Murphy entered the conversation for one of the best 25 players in the game for two year span from 2016-2017. During that time period, Murphy’s line was: .335/.387/.569, good for a .956 OPS, to putContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #35: Daniel Murphy”

Free Agent Profile & Prediction #34 Logan Morrison

33 year old Logan Morrison is entering free agency for the fifth time in his career, and has seen his numbers severely dwindle down, compared to his output during the span of 2011-2017. During that time, Morrison collected 122 home runs, and averaged a .241/.323/.425 slash, good for a .748 slash line, that is helpedContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #34 Logan Morrison”

Free Agent Profile & Prediction #33: Mitch Moreland

Why is no one really talking about Moreland in conversations when talking about the top free agents available this offseason? All he has done in his career has been an above average hitter and fielder, and has seemed to get better in the last two seasons, posting and OPS above .835 in both seasons, youContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #33: Mitch Moreland”

Free Agent Profile & Prediction #32: Jose Martinez

Next up, is Jose Martinez, who spent a down age 31 year with the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs in 2020, hitting .182/.265/.295 with both clubs. Martinez burst onto the scene in 2017 in his true rookie season with the St. Louis Cardinals, hitting to the tune of a .897 OPS, while surprisingly notContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #32: Jose Martinez”

Free Agent Profile & Prediction #31: Jake Lamb

Remember when Jake Lamb hit 30 big boys and was an All-Star in 2017? Feels like an eternity ago for Lamb, who since then, has failed to have an OPS over .680 for a season, and taking a quick look at his Statcast Batting Statistics right here: ( ) you’ll see how drastic ofContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #31: Jake Lamb”

Free Agent Profile & Prediction #30: Tommy La Stella

One of the feel good stories of 2019, La Stella was enjoying a renaissance season for his career, before fouling a ball harshly off of his leg, and thus ending his season. All told, he ended with a .295/.346/.486 slash with a .832 OPS and earned his first All-Star selection in 2019. In 2020 heContinue reading “Free Agent Profile & Prediction #30: Tommy La Stella”

Front Runner & Sleeper Pick For MVP From Each Team: AL Central

Continuing on, we will look at the AL Central, a division that holds three potential 90+ win teams, a slowly revamping Royals team, and a Tigers team continuing a rebuilding stretch. As always, the front runner, is the player most likely to win it on the team, and the sleeper is the player who manyContinue reading “Front Runner & Sleeper Pick For MVP From Each Team: AL Central”

Twins Sign Eight Players To Minor League Deals With Invites To Spring Training

The Minnesota Twins stockpiled on players over the last week, and today they went out and signed six other players on top of the recently added two they got last week, to Minor League deals with invites to Spring Training. Of the players who were signed, there are three right handed relievers, a left handedContinue reading “Twins Sign Eight Players To Minor League Deals With Invites To Spring Training”

Brewers Sign Luis Perdomo

Just a few moments ago, it came out the Milwaukee Brewers had signed once top 10 prospect in the Padres system Luis Perdomo to a minor league deal. While this deal will have no ramifications for the upcoming 2021 season more than likely, as Perdomo underwent Tommy John surgery during the 2020 season, and wasContinue reading “Brewers Sign Luis Perdomo”