Category Archives: National League West

Yasiel Puig, Credits Teammate Adrian Gonzalez For Mentoring Him The Past Few Years!

I’m Yasiel Puig, outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but I’m also a father, a son and a comedian. The great Vin Scully used to call me the Wild Horse… Read more »

Manuel Margot Is On Fire! Early Favorite As Rookie Of The Year For The San Diego Padres Star Is Just The Beginning!

How are the four prospects who Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski traded to the San Diego Padres for Kimbrel doing?

All-Star Wil Myers Hits For Second Cycle In San Diego Padres History!

Seven thousand four hundred and forty-three games came and went before a Padres player hit for the cycle. San Diego had to wait only 215 more for a repeat.In the… Read more »

Kyle Freeland “Hometown Boy” Pitches Gem In Coors Field Debut! Rockies Hold Off Dodgers 2-1!

Major league debut in front of more than 49,000 hometown fans on Opening Day. One of the better teams in the National League occupying the opposing dugout. A laughably miniscule… Read more »

Yasiel Puig! New Father, Healthier, Focused And In Prime Shape! He’s Back!

he Los Angeles Dodgers have been waiting and waiting for Yasiel Puig to snap out of a funk and resemble his All-Star-caliber self once again. At the risk of speaking… Read more »

Rebuilt Colorado Rockies Bullpen Looks Dominant So Far! Holland Gets 2nd Save!

Tyler Anderson and the Rockies once again showed the makings of an easy victory, but the Brewers didn’t go down without a fight and made this one a nail biter… Read more »

Madison Bumgarner Crushes 2-Home Runs But The AZ Dbacks Previail In 6-5 Thriller!

In a muted Giants clubhouse, about a half-hour after a crushing, 6-5 walk-off opening-day loss to the D-backs, Giants coach Shawon Dunston passed Madison Bumgarner and couldn’t resist an attempt… Read more »

SF Giants Pitcher Matt Moore Was Once A Higher Rated Prospect Than Mike Trout & Bryce Harper?

On October 11, 2016 Matt Moore had one of those games. His Giants were down 2–1 in the NLDS to the 103-win Cubs, who’d already beaten Johnny Cueto and Jeff… Read more »