Phillies Sign Ronald Torreyes to Minor League Deal

Just a few moments ago, the Philadelphia Phillies signed 28 year old utility infielder Ronald Torreyes to a minor league deal. The right handed hitting Torreyes, is a lifetime .277/.306/.369 hitter with a .675 OPS in the big leagues. Torreyes spent 2020 with the Phillies, accumulating 7 plate appearences through four games with the club,Continue reading “Phillies Sign Ronald Torreyes to Minor League Deal”

RANKED: Each Teams First baseman Going Into 2021

Continuing on with the rankings, today we will be looking at the first baseman, this is a stacked position with a combination of both new faces, and older veterans who are still proving they can ball. As always, the list with be from 30 all the way to one, and it is going off theContinue reading “RANKED: Each Teams First baseman Going Into 2021”

Ranking The Newly Available Non-Tendered Players

Just recently announced today, as of December 2nd, there are now 48 new available players in the free agent pool. I will be ranking these players from 48 all the way to number one, and give their stats from the past two seasons along with their ranking.   48.) R.J. Alaniz:  (2019): 9.19ERA/52 ERA+/5.38 FIP/1.66Continue reading “Ranking The Newly Available Non-Tendered Players”

Dodgers Acquire Corey Knebel

In a surprising move coming out of Milwaukee Brewers camp, Corey Knebel was non-tendered by the club this afternoon, and just a few moments ago, the Los Angeles Dodgers made a trade for the RHP. The 2017 All-Star who is returning from Tommy John surgery back in 2019, made 15 appearances for the Brew-Crew inContinue reading “Dodgers Acquire Corey Knebel”

RANKED: Each Team’s Catcher Going Into 2021

For my first post on this brand sparkling new website, I wanted to begin one of the many series’ I will be writing about on this blog. It will cover the position by position ranking for each position in baseball. We will begin looking at the catching position. The position was once dominated by namesContinue reading “RANKED: Each Team’s Catcher Going Into 2021”