Houston Astros All-Star second baseman José Altuve joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show prior to Tuesday’s game at Safeco Field
In case you haven’t heard, Chicago Cubs uber-prospect Kris Bryant was called up and made his debut on Friday.
Right-hander Dom Leone joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Monday afternoon from Safeco Field as he his Seattle Mariners mates readied for the Houston Astros. Leone spoke of his mechanical tweaks, facing left-handed pitching and was […]
Seattle Mariners shortstop Brad Miller joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show Friday afternoon from Safeco Field as the M’s prepared to take on the Texas Rangers. Here is the entire conversation: (TM and © Copyright 2015 […]
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson talk Mariners fans off the ledge, plus thoughts on Austin Jackson’s issues at the plate, when to start worrying about the club’s early failures and The OFP Report’s Player of the Week.
It’s still early in the season, and you don’t want to give up on key players too soon — even if they’re slumping through the first two weeks of the season. But smart fantasy baseball owners also want to make sure they grab rising stars while they can — and before it’s too late.
A 2011 first-round Draft pick out of St. John’s University, Joe Panik had a meteoric rise to Major League glory last season — not only putting up impressive numbers as the Giants’ new second baseman in 73 regular season games, but also helping San Francisco earn its third World Series championship in the past five years.
Thursday on The Steve Sandmeyer Show we discussed the struggles of Seattle Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker, who failed to go starter length in Wednesday night’s game versus the Dodgers in Los Angeles. As occurred in […]
Heading into the 2014 season, Eddie Butler was hailed as the top arm in the Rockies’ system and one of the best pitching prospects in baseball. Heading into this year, things were quite different.
Baseball season officially opened last week and already we’ve had a plethora of ridiculous defensive plays. Recency bias will always mean that we think these plays will be the best of the year, but we’ll more than likely forget them in a couple months.