Kyler Murray: MLB or NFL?

Oklahoma quarterback and the 2018-2019 Heisman winner, Kyler Murray, officially declared for the NFL Draft on Monday. In his Heisman campaign, Murray threw for 4,361 yards, 42 touchdowns, and only 7 interceptions with a QB Rating of 199.2, and also rushed for over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns. Like his predecessor Baker Mayfield, he led … Continue reading Kyler Murray: MLB or NFL?

Gamecocks Make MLB History

The Boston Red Sox are the 2018 World Series Champions after taking down the Los Angeles Dodgers for their fourth World Series championship since 2004 after a 5-1 win last night. When you think of this year's Red Sox squad, you may think of MVP candidates like Mookie Betts or JD Martinez or Cy Young … Continue reading Gamecocks Make MLB History

Phillies acquire veteran slugger Jose Bautista

Written By: Séamus Doyle, @saintseamus The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired Jose Bautista from the Mets Tuesday afternoon in exchange for cash or a player to be named later, reports say. Philadelphia claimed the veteran on waivers yesterday and have worked out a deal to trade for him. Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports the … Continue reading Phillies acquire veteran slugger Jose Bautista

The Top 5 Pitchers in the MLB

1. Chris Sale W/L: 12-4 ERA: 1.97 WAR: 6.4 WHIP: 0.849 Strikeouts: 219 As the league leader in WHIP, Hits per 9 Innings, Strikeouts per 9 Innings, and ranking second in ERA, Chris Sale is, in my opinion, the best pitcher in the MLB. Sale makes the red-hot Red Sox a very dangerous contender for … Continue reading The Top 5 Pitchers in the MLB

Do the Phillies Have Enough Pitching to Compete in October?

Short answer: Yes. Long Answer: The now second-place Philadelphia Phillies are the definition of inconsistent. Whether it’s the slow start that the pitching staff suffered at the beginning of the season or the recent lack of production on the offensive side of the field, the Phils have managed to keep its fans on the edge … Continue reading Do the Phillies Have Enough Pitching to Compete in October?

Phils may not be done adding to roster: How do August Trades Work?

Written By: Séamus Doyle. Twitter: @saintseamus The July 31st non-waiver trade deadline is over, but that doesn't mean the Phillies are done acquiring players. Before the 4pm non-waiver deadline on July 31st, the Phillies made moves to obtain Asdrubal Cabrera, Wilson Ramos and Aaron Loup to improve their roster. Some non-realistic fans were disappointed Matt … Continue reading Phils may not be done adding to roster: How do August Trades Work?

Stadium Series Review #1 : Marlins Park

While taking my leisure to South Beach this past weekend, I had to seize the opportunity to visit the high-end stadium, Marlins Park. Despite their team record, the stadium is worth a visit. My experience during the Marlins vs. Nationals game this past Saturday was enjoyable. Not only they had a walk-off win was awesome … Continue reading Stadium Series Review #1 : Marlins Park

Report: Phillies “serious contenders” to acquire All-Star OF Adam Jones from O’s

Written By: Séamus Doyle (@saintseamus) According to's Jon Paul Morosi the Phillies and Indians are the two most serious contenders to land 5 time All Star Adam Jones. Jones, a 4x Gold Glove award winner with a silver slugger under his belt, is the owner of a .278 career batting average with 1,757 hits … Continue reading Report: Phillies “serious contenders” to acquire All-Star OF Adam Jones from O’s

Rosenthal: Phils interested in Granderson

Written By. Séamus Doyle, @saintseamus Ken Rosenthal, of The Athletic and MLB Network, is reporting the Phillies are interested in acquiring veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson from the Toronto Blue Jays. Granderson, 37, is hitting .230 for Toronto with 9 homers, 29 RBIs and a .337 on base percentage. The Phils are looking to add a … Continue reading Rosenthal: Phils interested in Granderson