Rachael McDaniel

mlb

Willie McCovey Was *The* San Francisco Giant

The Hall of Famer and San Francisco Giants legend passed away Wednesday afternoon at the age of 80.
Rachael McDaniel
11.1.18
mlb

Alex Cora Never Lost His Edge

Leading a World Series contender in your first managerial gig might be daunting, but the Boston Red Sox manager spent his entire career making sure he was ready for anything.
Rachael McDaniel
10.25.18
mlb

MLB's Postseason of Chaos and Gamesmanship

Whether it's Craig Counsell pulling a pitching switch, the Astros attempting to spy on other teams, or Javy Baez hugging someone, everyone's doing whatever they can to get an edge this year.
Rachael McDaniel
10.18.18
mlb

And Then There Were Three Super Teams, and the Brewers

After an uncompetitive divisional round, the championship series promise to be much more entertaining.
Rachael McDaniel
10.11.18
mlb

MLB's Young Stars Set to Dominate Playoffs

MLB playoff rosters are chock full of young stars who have been playing like established veterans.
Rachael McDaniel
10.2.18
mlb

Max Scherzer is a Perfect Nightmare of a Pitcher

The Washington Nationals ace recently recorded his 300th strikeout of the season at the age of 34. He shows no sign of slowing down, either.
Rachael McDaniel
9.27.18
mlb

The 2018 Baltimore Orioles: a Marvel of Bad Baseball

Of all the seasons of futility that the Orioles franchise has seen over the past two decades, the 2018 season has been the worst.
Rachael McDaniel
9.20.18
mlb

The Sad, Futile Greatness of Jacob deGrom

The New York Mets ace just broke a record of dominance that stood as long as the Chicago Cubs World Series drought. And he can't buy a win.
Rachael McDaniel
9.13.18
mlb

Shohei Ohtani and the Cruelty of Baseball

In only two months of Shohei Ohtani, two-way player, baseball fans got to experience a generational talent in action, but that's been put on hold for now.
Rachael McDaniel
9.6.18
Baseball

Watch the Women's Baseball World Cup to See a Master at Work

Ayami Sato is the top-ranked woman in the world and she is the ace of a nearly-unhittable Japanese pitching staff.
Rachael McDaniel
8.30.18
mlb

It's Amazing That the Yankees Are This Good

Decimated by injuries to All-Stars like Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez, it's remarkable that New York appears headed for a 100-win season.
Rachael McDaniel
8.23.18
mlb

Just Let Ronald Acuña Play Baseball

Last night Marlins pitcher José Ureña drilled the young Braves star with a 97 MPH fastball to the elbow. All because Acuña was on one of the hottest tears we've ever seen.
Rachael McDaniel
8.16.18
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