To many Nationals fans, the idea of letting their franchise cornerstone leave via a trade or free agency is a shocking one. After all, he was drafted first overall by the club in 2010 at age 17, made his professional debut two seasons later and won the National League Rookie of the Year Award. In … More Why the Washington Nationals Should Not Re-Sign Bryce Harper
As I sit here with snow cascading onto campus, it is hard to imagine that Opening Day is here. Spring Break and brief windows of warmth have teased us, but baseball’s beckoning presence restores optimism and reminds us of the old adage “hope springs eternal,” with better weather, and more importantly baseball, right around the … More 2014 MLB Season Preview
It’s April 1st and Opening Day. This date on the calendar means that every single MLB club has a theoretical chance of winning the 2013 World Series, regardless of how much it may seem like a joke. Nevertheless, there are colossal differences in hype and expectations for each team. For example, the Detroit Tigers, Tampa … More From Cellar Dweller to Title Contender
Washington National’s pitcher Stephen Strasburg and Baltimore Raven’s quarterback Joe Flacco are two of the most prolific athletes in the Mid-Atlantic; each is well-known for his incredible arm strength. Flacco just completed a remarkable run leading the Ravens to a Super Bowl victory (we’ll leave the “elite” debate to another day), while Strasburg is preparing … More Stephen Strasburg vs. Joe Flacco: Who Has the Bigger Arm?