Cody Bellinger doesn’t know Seinfeld, but Seinfeld knows baseball

Pretty much every American older than 30 was in for a sad shock over the weekend when Los Angeles Dodgers phenom Cody Bellinger was on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt and admitted he didn't really know who Jerry Seinfeld was. That stings for those of us old enough to have enjoyed the classic sitcom Seinfeld…

Blue Jays-Rangers Rivalry Nears Its Final Act

When it comes to baseball, organic rivalries are hard to come by in the modern era of the sport. A game steeped in tradition and historical narratives, decades-long rivalries rule the landscape over newly minted hatred between two teams. Rivalries formed throughout the history of MLB such as Red Sox-Yankees, Cubs-Cardinals, and Dodgers-Giants dominate discussion…

The Deeper Meaning of Better Call Saul’s Kansas City Royals Connection

One of the many reasons Better Call Saul has become one of the top handful of shows on TV, and perhaps the best spinoff ever, is the ridiculously deep cast. Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean are bonafide television legends who seamlessly made the transition from comedy to drama. Nobody makes surly more pleasant to watch…

Justin Smoak’s first half success is bringing magic, potential to the 2017 Toronto Blue Jays

When the Toronto Blue Jays lost Edwin Encarnacion in free agency this winter, the power hitter's absence was expected to leave a void the club couldn't possibly replace -- and with good reason. Before leaving for Cleveland, Encarnacion reached the 30 home run mark in five consecutive seasons and hit an instantly famous home run…

New Arizona QB Donovan Tate Has The Ideal College Situation

An already intriguing quarterback competition at Arizona added another layer, with the Wildcats welcoming aboard former MLB first-round draftee, Donovan Tate. A coincidental twist to Tate joining Arizona's football program as a walk-on after he spent seven years in the San Diego Padres organization? The Pads have a track record for acquiring prospects *after* they've…