Giancarlo Stanton Hits The IL… Again

When the Yankees went balls to the wall in December of 2017 to acquire Giancarlo Stanton and pay him a 300 Million dollar contract that will likely keep him in New York until he retires, they were expecting the 2017 NL MVP who hit 59 homers and 132 RBIs. Instead they got someone who struck out 200 times in his inaugural season in Pinstripes, and … Continue reading Giancarlo Stanton Hits The IL… Again

Are Brodie Van Wagenen’s Days as the Mets’ General Manager Numbered?

Michael O’Connor July 25, 2020 For any baseball fans that are unaware, the New York Mets are up for sale. Mets fans all around are rejoicing that the Wilpons will soon be gone. Sometimes, when an owner leaves, all or some strings attached to them may be gone as well. Brodie Van Wagenen is one of those strings. This is not because the Wilpons hired … Continue reading Are Brodie Van Wagenen’s Days as the Mets’ General Manager Numbered?

Devin Booker to New York?

Devin Booker is already an NBA All-Star at 23 years old, but he isn’t even scratching the surface of where I believe he will be in two or three years. Before the coronavirus suspended the NBA season back in March, Booker was averaging 26.1 points, 6.6 assists, and 4.2 rebounds while shooting 48.7 percent from the field. Unfortunately for him, his teammates failed to pick … Continue reading Devin Booker to New York?

Daniel Jones to Make Big Leap in Year 2

In his rookie season Daniel Jones saw lots of up and downs, as he replaced Giants legend Eli Manning at Quarterback. Last season Jones through for 3,027 yards and 24 touchdowns, while completing 61.9% of his passes. Not bad for a rookie. Through the draft the Giants made improvements to the offensive line, specifically by selecting fourth overall pick Andrew Thomas, who is expected to … Continue reading Daniel Jones to Make Big Leap in Year 2