Meet the 2020 Boston Red Sox

By: Megan Drier The dark days of a baseball-less world are behind us, and the 2020 MLB season is here. After a long offseason following the disappointment of the 2019 Boston Red Sox, baseball is finally back at Fenway. It’s hard to be too optimistic about a team that looks very similar to last season’s roster, minus some big names. The most notable absence is … Continue reading Meet the 2020 Boston Red Sox

Say Hello to the 2020 Dodgers

“Well, now, here we are… together again. You might look a little different, and you might sound a little different. But despite our uncertainties and despite your imperfections, you’re still you. You’re still baseball. And here you come to make us smile and to make us mad. To give a little hope and a little routine. Here you come with the moments and the memories … Continue reading Say Hello to the 2020 Dodgers

Meet the 2020 St. Louis Cardinals

By: Kennedy Maitland The St. Louis Cardinals and “The Greatest Fans in Baseball” officially have a season to look forward to, even though it will be quite different than anything we have seen in the past. With a 60 game season starting in a few short weeks, there are some adjustments to be made and learning curves to overcome for the Cardinals organization. With summer … Continue reading Meet the 2020 St. Louis Cardinals

Twins 2020 Preview

By: Jena Smart “Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called ‘life.’” Anyone in the state of Minnesota can tell you what those words mean, along with music lovers all around the world. Prince struck a chord when he wrote those lyrics, and we feel the vibrations, especially now as we experience the COVID-19 pandemic. While quarantine keeps us at … Continue reading Twins 2020 Preview

Meet the 2020 White Sox

Summer nights at the ballpark are great, no matter what park you go to. One of those parks for me is Guaranteed Rate Field on the south side of Chicago, home of the Chicago White Sox. Dylan Cease is a right-handed pitcher. Originally drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2014, and was traded to the White Sox in 2017, along with prospect Eloy Jimenez, for … Continue reading Meet the 2020 White Sox

Nationals 2020 Season Preview

By Kari Lakes From being the worst team in baseball with an unpleasant record of 19-31 in May to winning the franchise’s first World Series title, the Nationals 2019 season was a marvel. Head Skipper Davey Martinez started the season urging his team to “Go 1-0 today”. After winning the NL Wild Card game against the Brewers with an unanticipated ninth inning comeback, they adopted … Continue reading Nationals 2020 Season Preview

Giants 2020 Preview

Another week has gone by, aka another week without baseball. As we anticipate the possibility of continuing the season in the Greater Phoenix Area, we have the time to check up on our favorite teams and see what changes they have made to their rosters in the offseason. Last season wasn’t the best for Giants fans, but this year (being an even year) had us … Continue reading Giants 2020 Preview

Cubs 2020 Preview

While we wait for the 2020 MLB season to begin, we’ve been given some time to look at our favorite team’s rosters (from active and 40-man non-roster invitees) from the too short Spring Training. The 2019 season was a rather disappointing one for the Cubs, and the fans are back to our old adage, “there’s always next year.” With changes on the field and on … Continue reading Cubs 2020 Preview

Padres 2020 Season Preview

The San Diego Padres took the whole “New Decade, New Me” saying to the next level. The Friars will be entering this season with a new look, new skipper and coaching staff, as well as some new faces in the clubhouse. Last season, the Padres finished the NL West division in last place with a 70-92 record. This was disappointing considering the team was .500 … Continue reading Padres 2020 Season Preview