Earlier this week, I sat down with brand new General Manager Isaac Snowbender. He looks to bring success to The Minnesota Twins in Season 4. For those that may not know, Isaac was a catcher for the San Francisco Giants and sported a line of .172 avg/.265 obp/ and a war of .338. While not a stellar statline, there were...

Today we are joined by a brand new GM. Commandeering the Tampa Bay Devil Rays is Babatunde Oladotun. Babu, on top of being a co-ump, will be taking over the 8-7 Devil Rays as they fight to stay above 500 and a playoff spot. They went from a dominate team looking like an easy playoff spot, to hoping for a...

I'm here with Tequila Sunrise current Gm of the playoff bound Yankees. They sit as the only team to clinch their division. Sunrise has been active over the season making several trades. With such success in such a short time, I was thankful enough to get an interview with him and here's what he had to say.

Welcome to a new article series where we go on a journey around the league asking General Managers and players roughly twelve questions. Our first guest is Jayson Burdwell, GM of the Philadelphia Phillies(9-5) who are currently leading a close race for the division title in the NL East.

Last season, I found myself enamored by a scrappy young team that was ending their dismal season on a high note. After three GM changes and a myriad of issues with on-field and off-field performances, it seemed things were finally going their way. The Detroit Tigers, who entered Session 13 with a 3-9 record, battled to finish the season 7-11....

The Pirates pitching staff has been quietly great after the departure of Darth Vader. No one highlights it more than Dylan Green, who showed himself a fantastic pitcher in the second half of 2017-18. He is even better now, with an ERA comfortably under 1.88. He's definitely one of the biggest All-Star snubs of the controversial Filet-Mignon Jackson...

Hayden McCloud has not been too great for the Royals, but their young arms, behind a tremendous scouting program, have been overall pretty great. Mongy Whumpus and Nori Aru have both developed into talented arms, sporting ERAs under 3, while Ethan Franklin has the potential of an active member with experience in the game. Perhaps I am believing too...

If you have been living under a rock, you may not have realized that the trade deadline is at the end of this All-Star break. Amidst all the glitzy and exciting exhibition games currently running their course, GMs are hard at work deciding what they may need for a playoff push, or what they can sell for a rebuild.