Tag: major league baseball

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The correct way to rank the top players of the decade

This decade has been filled with some of the best baseball players we have ever seen. You could even argue that the best player in the history of baseball played this past decade. Mike Trout […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Team of the Decade

Logan and Jacob discuss the top players of the 2010’s and draft their own teams out of a roster given below. We will post each of our rosters on Twitter and the loser will have […]

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Our first podcast is out now!

We have released our first podcast! It is hosted by two college baseball players, Logan Talkington and Jacob Hennessy. On our podcast “Dingerball”, our hosts discuss current events in Major League Baseball and provide advanced […]

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The Rangers need to trade Lance Lynn

Last season Lance Lynn was dealt at the end of July and became a valuable addition to the Yankees rotation. Before the trade has was a member of the Minnesota Twins and he wasn’t having […]

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How the Minnesota Twins found success

Right now the Minnesota Twins hold the best record in all of baseball. The Twins were not a heavy favorite to be successful this season, let alone be projected to make the playoffs. Except here […]

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Pete Alonso is better than expected

If you were like me, you may not have really known who Pete Alonso was before the beginning of the 2019 season. Now, I know as much about him as almost any player as he’s […]

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Josh Bell is really good

Josh Bell, the first baseman of the Pittsburgh Pirates, is not a well-known player across baseball. If you do know who he is, you probably don’t think much of him. You wouldn’t expect him to […]

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What’s going on with Keuchel and Kimbrel?

I don’t know about you but for me, but this Keuchel and Kimbrel situation has been a weird experience. Every time these two names are mentioned, I get confused. I just don’t understand how two […]

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We can’t worry about Vlad Jr. yet, right?

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is struggling, through a little over 40 plate appearances. This is definitely a sample size that is too small to make any sort of conclusion, but this is still a little scary. […]