With news that Tim Tebow was promoted recently by the New York Mets from low-A ball to high-A ball, there was a general theme stated in many of the articles suggesting his stats don’t warrant such a promotion.
Long known for his affiliation with the Boston Red Sox, David Ortiz in fact started his career with the Seattle Mariners before being traded to the Minnesota Twins where he played his rookie year in 1997.
The quick rise of Kyle Schwarber for the current championship club, the Chicago Cubs, and his gradual fall has surely been a point of frustration for Cubs fans.
Some names on the list might surprise you while others you’d expect them to hit a few more long bombs before the 2017 season is done.
These cards featuring dual autographs of some of today’s greatest players are pretty sweet.
The favorite to win National League Rookie of the Year honors hasn’t stopped hitting, just setting the record yesterday at hitting 21 homeruns in 51 games.
There’s been so much hype for New York Yankees prospect Gleyber Torres with excitement about the shortstop/third baseman joining the big leagues later this season.
Not that I’ve ever experienced it yet, but the feeling of owning a unique card, a 1/1, a superfractor, I’d imagine would be between super cool and super surreal.