The 2022 MLB free agents with the nastiest pitches

Whatever you’re looking for in a pitcher — an overpowering fastball, a frisbee slider, a fall-off-the-table changeup — you can find it on the free-agent market. So let’s do it. These are the free-agent pitchers who throw the best version of each pitch type. We already looked at the free-agent hitters with the best tools. … Read more

MLB Endorses CBD Products to Treat Anxiety, Promote Sleep and Recover

Share on PinterestMajor League Baseball is the first major US professional sports league to partner with a CBD brand. Charlotte’s Web Major League Baseball has announced a partnership deal with leading CBD brand Charlotte’s Web The multi-year deal will see Charlotte’s Web products promoted at Major League Baseball events. Experts say this partnership is a … Read more

Milwaukee Brewers Trade Candidates: Infielders

Two things are constant once we hit the month of December; the temperatures drop in Milwaukee, and the stove heats up across Major League Baseball. Brew Crew Ball continues to take a look at potential trade candidates and targets for the Brewers this offseason. Today, we examine what is out there to improve the infield. … Read more

Six LSU players named to D1Baseball.com Top 100 for 2023 MLB Draft – Crescent City Sports

(Photo: David Chivatero) BATON ROUGE, La. – Six LSU players have been named to the D1Baseball.com Top 100 College Prospects List for the 2023 Major League Baseball Draft. LSU junior centerfielder Dylan Crews is No. 1 on the list; junior right-handed pitcher/utility player Paul Skenes is No. 10; sophomore right-handed pitcher Grant Taylor is No. … Read more

Edwin Diaz Discusses New Contract With Mets

Edwin Díaz has many reasons to smile this winter. Not only is he the proud recipient of a five-year, $102 million contract — the richest ever for a relief pitcher — but he also signed the deal with the team he hoped would retain him and in the city where he wanted to remain. And … Read more