3,000th Strikeout Solidifies Hall Of Fame Case For Sabathia

It’s been one-hundred and fifty years since the Cincinnati Red Stockings became the first fully professional baseball organization, and in that time just three left-handed pitchers have ever recorded at least 3,000 strikeouts; Steve Carlton, Randy Johnson and now, Carsten Charles Sabathia Jr. Carlton and Johnson both permanently reside in …

The Pod Of Gold Ep. 8

Tom O’Sullivan and Matt Krajnyk disuss much of what’s going on in the sports world such as sweet 16 prediction outcomes, MLB news, NHL news, NBA news and much more. (00:15)-(6:10): Sweet 16 prediction outcomes, (6:10)-(12:40): Tom’s trash talk segment, (12:40)-(14:15): Conor McGregor news, (14:15)-(18:00): Yankees news, (18:00)-(18:55): Bryce Harper, …

Tyler Austin Has Earned the Everyday First Baseman Job

61 plate appearances into his 2018 campaign, Yankees first baseman Tyler Austin already has more wins above replacement this season than he did for the first two seasons of his career. With Greg Bird still not expected to return until at least mid-May and the uncharacteristically substandard performance of Neil …

Greg Bird Sidelined Again, Yankees Finalize Opening Day Spots

Yankees first baseman Greg Bird has, unfortunately, become more known for his unsettling injury history than he has for his on-field performance. Earlier on March 24th, Bird had felt some discomfort in his right foot, the same foot he injured last year, which caused him to miss 114 games. An MRI revealed …

Yankees Strike Gold Again With Neil Walker Signing, But How Does It Affect the Infield?

Brian Cashman slowly sipped on the remnants of his morning coffee, releasing a smile of gratification upon the completion of another astute transaction. Or, that’s what I imagined he did when he signed former Mets, Pirates and short-term Brewers infielder Neil Walker to a one-year, $4 million deal, which is …