Author Archives: Leslie Steeves

MLB Sponsoring Olympic Softball

Major League Baseball has chosen to use its muscle financially to support the Women’s U.S softball team after it was guaranteed a spot in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. While good news for the women’s team, the men’s team continue to struggle in their efforts to qualify. The MLB further announced that it has agreed to […]

MLB Acquisitions in January 2020

The acquisition period for Major League Baseball has officially begun. Organizations in MLB will focus on acquiring formidable players, with the San Diego Padres and Houston Astros receiving some of the first picks. Subsequently, it was announced by San Diego Padre representatives that they’d finalized their contract with Craig Stammen. This contract will see the […]

Mookie Betts Re-Signed to Red Sox

Supporters for the Boston Red Sox were thrilled when it was announced that Mookie Betts would remain with the team going forward. This comes after the MLB organization, and Mookie Betts agreed to a new contract, which is costing Boston Red Sox $27 million. This deal was finalized on January 10th, 2020, and came right […]

Oscar Carlos Entering Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball’s most notable legends come from international markets, mainly in Cuba. Baseball is the nations most beloved stars, with individuals acquiring incredible talents throughout their young lifetimes. The next potential legend entering MLB is Oscar Colas, who has now become part of a protracted bidding war. Standing at twenty-one years of age, this […]

MLB Holiday Signings

The holidays weren’t just eventful for millions of families across North America, but it was also momentous for those in Major League Baseball. Two new signings were made throughout the last two weeks in December, with the New York Mets being the first sporting organization to announce their latest acquisition. They agreed to terms with […]

Ian Kinsler Retires from MLB

Ian Kinsler, the second baseman for the San Diego Padres, announced that he would be retiring from Major League Baseball. This announcement came directly from the San Diego Padres front office, with reporters confirming this baseball organization and Ian will reach a financial settlement. This will be $4.25 million instead of the $8 million that […]

Bernie Sanders Fights for Baseball

One of the leading senators for the 2020 Presidency, Bernie Sanders, has been fighting for one of America’s most nationalized sports. Sanders has claimed he is outraged over the decision of Rob Manfred, the Commissioner for Major League Baseball. He has threated to end MLB’s association with Minor League Baseball, which would prove to be […]

Nike Ruins Baseball Forever

The Seattle Mariners are holding the Texas Rangers in the 2nd video game of what makes sure to be an ugly 2020 period. Average, that is, besides the group’s brand-new attires. Late-stage industrialism has lastly produced its look in the globe of baseball with the appearance of an icon. This is being talked about with […]

Mario World Baseball

In the draught, it is necessary to acquire a range of gamers that may bring about all facets of the video game: hitting, fielding, superstar capacities, and also chemical make up. Based upon personalities’ communications along with various other Mario-world figures, M.B. identifies their compound make up with each other. As an example, Luigi and […]

Blue Bombers Stack Up for Grey Cup

The Canadian Grey Cup is shaping up quickly, with the announcement of multiple new players for the Blue Bombers. Former athletes with the Blue Bombers are returning to the Canadian Football League for the Grey Cup to assist their home city with a win. Those players include Andrew Harris, Thomas Miles and Nic Demski. The […]