Major League Baseball 2014: Medlen, Beachy Injuries Not Enough To Write Off Atlanta Braves

Kris Medlen (15-12, 3.11 ERA in 2013) could be facing his second Tommy John Surgery in four years
Kris Medlen (15-12, 3.11 ERA in 2013) could be facing his second Tommy John Surgery in four years

Pack it up, folks. The 2014 Atlanta Braves are finished, done, nothing to see here.

That is, of course, if you believe Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: Medlen, Beachy Injuries Not Enough To Write Off Atlanta Braves”

Ranking Major League Baseball’s Offseason Part, 1: Who Lost

Three-years, $25 million for Jeremy Guthrie is just one of Dayton Moore's missteps
Three-years, $25 million for Jeremy Guthrie is just one of Dayton Moore’s missteps

Today is the start of the new season, folks. Pitchers and catchers (and some positional players) have reported and baseball is back. That said, we will turn the hot stove off and review what we have in this two-part post of “who won, who lost” beginning with the winter losers. Here are the top-3 teams who could have (and should have) done more this offseason.  Continue reading “Ranking Major League Baseball’s Offseason Part, 1: Who Lost”