An analysis of why one of baseball’s best hitters has been in a two-month slump.
Rumors continue to swirl around Kevin Durant’s plans as soon as the NBA’s free agency period begins July 1st. Yet unless you’re in Durant’s inner circle, it’s awfully hard to predict where the superstar will sign.
The Big Three’s in Boston, Miami, Cleveland, San Antonio and Golden State were massively successful… Why not the tandem of Zach LaVine, Andrew Wiggins, and Karl-Anthony Towns in Minnesota?
Some think the greatest quarterback of all-time is either Montana, Manning, or Unitas-yet the quarterback with the most complete case is Tom Brady
Earlier this week, I wrote about what I’m doing this summer. I promised another article that would focus on the stats and data that TrackMan collects from hitters. This is that article.
The Cincinnati Reds honored one of baseball’s greatest players yesterday, inducting Pete Rose into their team Hall of Fame. It was a day for him to reminisce and get an ovation from the Cincinnati crowd. Let’s just hope the crowd in Cooperstown never gets the same chance.
In 2006, I legitimately watched upwards of 120 Mets games. The team was built for a championship. They had both young, homegrown talent, and older, veteran leaders, and I was a fanatic. Carlos Beltran was a serious MVP candidate, Carlos Delgado hit 38 homers, and David Wright was an RBI machine and just one year away from being a 30-30 player (Sigh, remember those days?). There was a great pitching…