With the St. Louis Cardinals fan pulling off a good somersault at home plate last night, let’s look at some of the best field crashers.
Limping in from a four-game sweep via the Houston Astros, the Seattle Mariners (10-15, 8 GB) look to get right in Los Angeles versus the divisional rival Angels, who are seven games back in the […]
If you have veterans who are not performing after one month of the season, it’s time to let them go. Someone else has to chance them on the roster; you need players performing right now. So shelve your emotions and make the tough choices that other owners can’t—and won’t—make. It will help you win in September.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Steve Silver discuss whether or not it’s too early to start looking for options beyond Dustin Ackley, a Major League Baseball rule change, plus the T-Bag segment, Player of The Week and Patrick Kivlehan is the Man In The Box.
The Mariners begin a four-game series in Houston Thursday. Here are some things to know.
Former big-league pitcher and Root Sports analyst Bill Krueger joined Steve, Bill and Jason Wednesday on 1090 The Fan.
Danny Farquhar has been an integral part of the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen each of the past two seasons. In 2013, the right-hander posted an insane 12.77 strikeouts-per-nine that helped him produce a 1.86 FIP. He […]
We need to talk about baseball’s “unwritten” rules. The ones that lead to the biggest farce in sports, the bench clearing brawl.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Steve Silver discuss the Seattle Mariners’ rotation with Roenis Elias replacing Hisashi Iwakuma, the signing of Carlos Quentin, if and when Jesus Montero could get time in the big leagues, plus Man In The Box, Player of The Week and The T-Bag Segment, taking your questions.
As you approach the end of the first month of the fantasy baseball season, like all smart fantasy owners you must look every day for better players. Sure, you may like a guy on your bench who plays for the local nine, but fantasy baseball is won with the head—not the heart.