Cameron Richardson gives his outlook on the NL East for the 2020 season.
Rich 10(MLB Edition) - June 17th 1. Minnesota Twins(47-23) 70 games into the season and the Twins are still the best team in baseball. They are on track to smash their franchise record for wins in a single season that was set in 1965 when they went 102-60. Minnesota has the best batting average at … Continue reading Minnesota Twins Still Hot in Latest MLB Edition of the Rich 10
1. Los Angeles Dodgers(41-19) Winners of 11 of their last 13 games, the Dodgers cannot be stopped at the moment. Hyun-Jin Ryu is having a Cy Young season with a 1.48 ERA and an 8-1 record. Kenley Jansen seems to have stabilized his early pitching woes and the Dodgers are all hitting 1-8 in the … Continue reading Only Another World Series Appearance Can Slow Down the Dodgers in the Latest MLB Edition of the Rich 10
1. Houston Astros(31-16) Michael Brantley, George Springer, and Josh Reddick are seeing the ball as good as anyone in baseball right now. Justin Verlander is an early AL Cy Young favorite and this team, overall, may be better than the team that won the title two years ago. Altuve needs to be more consistent, but … Continue reading Rich 10(MLB edition)- May 20th
Former Washington National, Bryce Harper is staying in the NL East after signing a lucrative 13-year, $330 million deal with the Philadelphia Phillies. The $330 million is the largest deal in American pro sports history, but newly signed Padre, Machado owns the record for highest per-year salary in MLB history. Harper had garnered interest from … Continue reading Bryce Harper signs largest contract in American pro sports history with Phillies