In 1999, The Sporting News ranked Molitor at #99 on its list of 100 Greatest Baseball Players. In June of that year, Milwaukee retired his uniform number 4, and five years later Molitor joined Yount as the only two players sporting the Brewers cap on their Hall of Fame plaques.
There are legitimate reasons why every single one of the lower ranked teams could win and advance. The biggest is that those lower-seeded teams will all send starting pitchers to the mound who can win. And remember, each is only a best-of-three series.
The most unusual regular season in the history of Major League Baseball has finally come to an end. It was 60 games (for most teams) filled with all of the usual action: big hits, shutdown pitching, outstanding defense.
We are now in the midst of the penultimate weekend of the 2020 Major League Baseball regular season. One week from tomorrow, the season will draw to a close and baseball will prepare for a postseason in a bubble. A few bubbles, actually. More on that later. Counting today's games, there are nine playing dates … Continue reading MLB Power Ranking: One week to go in regular season
A hot three-week stretch has pushed the Philadelphia Phillies into the top 10 as The Bell releases our 2020 MLB Power Rankings for Labor Day weekend.