Tag Archives: Derek Dietrich

Best offseason signings at the break

Marcos Mendoza | July 12th, 2019

As we hit to the end of the first half we take a look at some of the best offseason signings. Continue reading

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MLB Top 10 Plays of the Week 5/27-6/2

Givanni Damico| June 3rd, 2019

I am aware that I included May 27th last week, but I missed a couple of stellar plays. I also needed to include it so that this would cover a calendar week. Don’t worry, we have plenty of great plays from this week.  Above the video of each play, you’ll see something saying “total appearances” and then a number. This signifies the amount of time that the player in the spotlight has made my list.

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Deep Dive: Derek Dietrich

Givanni Damico| May 30th, 2019

Going into the 2019 season, the Reds’ signing of Derek Dietrich seemed pretty irrelevant. With how good their offense looked on paper, many thought that he would never see the field. An injury to Scooter Gennett and an underperforming Scott Schebler allowed Dietrich to get some playing time. Let’s just say he’s taking advantage of it.

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MLB DFS: Memorial Day Fun, GPP Plays for 5/27/19

Joey Ricotta, Givanni Damico | May 27th, 2019

Happy Memorial day to everyone! As we honor and celebrate the lives of those who have died while serving, we take a look at a great day in store for baseball. Here are some GPP plays for you to help set your lineups and get back to celebrating with your family.

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7&7: April 30th-May 6th

Givanni Damico | May 8th, 2019

Welcome back to 7&7. I’ll be filling in for Supi this week, so you don’t have to worry about any Game of Thrones’ spoilers since I’ve never seen an episode. Let’s get into it. Continue reading

How To Bring Swagger Back To Baseball

Givanni Damico | May 7th, 2019

“Let The Kids Play” Featuring Tim Anderson

For those of you who haven’t heard the new agenda that Major League Baseball is pushing, “Let The Kids Play” implies that players are able to have fun while playing and be as flashy as they want. Now, before I get into the article, let me be clear that I love this agenda that the MLB is pushing. I just have an issue with the hypocrisy of the MLB front office as well as some of the players who pushed for this to be a thing. Continue reading