TORONTO, CANADA - JULY 29: Troy Tulowitzki #2 of the Toronto Blue Jays hits a two-run home run in the second inning during MLB game action against the Philadelphia Phillies on July 29, 2015 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Blue Jays Player Profile: Troy Tulowitzki

The “story” to begin the baseball season in the National League was that of the young SS of the Colorado Rockies, Trevor Story. He is an early favourite to win rookie of the year honours and has made the departure of Troy Tulowitzki easier for Rockies’ fans to swallow. A feeling of deja-vu may be […]


Impact Of The Ken Giles Trade

(Photo Credit: Yong Kim/Philadelphia Daily News) When walking into a new job, there’s an urge to make your mark early and young Phillies general manager Matt Klentak did just that when he dealt closer Ken Giles to the Astros. The package the Phillies received in return for the flame-throwing closer was more than anyone could […]


Checking In On Top 10 from 2015 MLB Draft

(AP Photo) The MLB First Year Player Draft is arguably is the most difficult draft in professional sports to predict accurately. Teams have to be extra careful with their picks because there is a lot of guesswork for some players, but there a good amount of players where you can tell there’s something special. Obviously, […]

OAKLAND, CA - JUNE 28:  Manager Mike Matheny #22 of the St. Louis Cardinals looks on from the dugout against the Oakland Athletics at Coliseum on June 28, 2013 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Mike Matheny Continues To Improve

(Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) There is no denying that Mike Matheny has been successful as a manager. Since he took over the job in the 2012 season, the St. Louis Cardinals have been to the playoffs in all four years including three division championships, and advancing to the World Series. Matheny has amassed […]


Eagles Looking to Bet Big on QB

With the NFL Draft next week, the Philadelphia Eagles are making it known that they are very much interested in one of the two top QB’s. The birds are hoping to land, either North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz or Cal’s Jared Goff. The price they are willing to pay, however, has some questioning whether it’s […]


Conor McGregor Retires?!

One of the most impressive fighters the ever set foot inside the Octagon may be calling it quits. Conor McGregor, fresh off a loss to Nate Diaz, sent out this tweet on Tuesday:     If the tweet it true, it will be one of the more shocking retirements in the history of sports.  McGregor would […]


Blue Jays Player Profile: Aaron Sanchez

[Image Credit:]   The Blue Jays have started their 2016 season with a 6-7 record. Not exactly what fans were expecting out the gate after the success they witnessed last season. Although, with 90% of the season still to go, fans need not worry. This team will compete for the AL East title. One […]


A Salute To Vin Scully

Fordham University has contributed a lot to the field of arts, media and communications. From Oscar winning actor Denzel Washington, to critically acclaimed singer Lana Del Rey, Fordham has always given us people on whom we can rely on to entertain us. One of Fordham’s true gifts to baseball has been Radio Hall of Famer, […]


Addressing The Cincinnati Reds Bullpen Needs

(JIMMY SIMMONS/ICON SPORTSWIRE) As the Cincinnati Reds enter the month of May, one thing is key for them to win…the bullpen.  With a 5.13 ERA this season, the bullpen continues to struggle. Cincinnati needs to look to outside options to help hold down the lead in the late innings.  In my opinion, here are some […]

May 29, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Sonny Gray (54) delivers a pitch during the second inning against the New York Yankees at Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Sonny Gray To The Astros?

(Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports) Big trade possibility: Houston Astros get- Sonny Gray, Player To Be Named Later Oakland Athletics get- Carlos Gomez, Albert Abreu, Matt Duffy Trade would most likely take place at the trade deadline Why it makes sense for the Oakland Athletics: The Oakland Athletics would take a huge hit in letting their […]


Week One Review: Bronx Bombers

Finally and with no help from Mother Nature, we have made it a week into the season. Yes it is a long season and after only seven games it is difficult to judge how a team will finish but let’s dive right in and see what we can take away from the Yankees first week […]


Padres Struggling Early And Often

(AP/Matt Slocum) Padres’ Offense (or lack thereof) is the story of this young season Yes, it has been only 10 games. And yes, Yan Solarte is on the shelf. However, the Padres have lost 7 games so far. To make matters worse, San Diego has scored zero runs in exactly half of those games. Earlier […]


Jays Face Off Against Yankees

Whenever the Yankees visit the Rogers Center it always makes for an intriguing series. As division rivals, it just makes the games that much more important, even so early in the season. Toronto started the series against the New York Yankees on Tuesday, and lost the game 3-2. Aaron Sanchez was making his second start […]


Can The Yankees Contend This Season?

The New York Yankees have won 27 World Series titles, most recently in 2009. However, for the past few years, the Yankees have been inconsistent. General Manager, Brian Cashman, has added some quality free agents over these past few years. Names like Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran have suited up in pinstripes. In 2014, the […]


Motown Notes

(Kirthman F. Dozier/DFP) First, we’ll start out with the good news: The weather will warm up soon enough. Yeah, it’s been that kind of two game stretch. It’s early, I keep telling myself. It’s early. While Justin Verlander threw more pitches in two innings in his second appearance of the season against the Pirates than he did […]