Author: Ryne Milkins
Ryne is an avid baseball fan, player, and writer. He owns a bachelor’s degree in Communications from SUNY New Paltz. In his three years covering baseball, his works has been featured on MSNBC, among others. Ryne writes out of Poughkeepsie, New York. He is currently a beat writer for the Hudson Valley Renegades, Class-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The dog days of summer are upon us and with them comes Hudson Valley Renegades baseball. The defending champs of the New York-Penn League kicked off their 25th season just over a week ago. After their first full-week, the Renegades sit at 7-3 and in familiar territory at the top ...
The Los Angeles Angels finished 80-82 last season, good for second in the American League West. They finished third in the Wild Card race as well and finished just under .500 without a full season from Mike Trout. They finished in the bottom half of the leaderboard in nearly offensive ...
The Los Angeles Angels were the big winners in the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes earlier this winter. He’ll help bolster a rotation that struggled last year. They ranked 12th in the Majors with a 4.20 ERA and tenth in WHIP with 1.28. For much of the year, they were without Garrett ...
The Seattle Mariners missed out on the playoffs in 2017. At 78-84, they finished third in the AL West and ranked near the middle of the pack in nearly every category. They finished 15th and 14th in ERA and BAA, respectively. The Mariners were one of the top suitors to ...
The Seattle Mariners were a middle-of-the-pack team on offense in 2017. Collectively they batted .259 with 750 runs scored and 200 homers. They finished 78-84, though they put together a solid run towards the end of the season and they were in contention of a Wild Card spot. Now, we’re ...
Saying the New York Yankees have been busy would be a bit of an understatement. They shocked the baseball world with a trade for reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton, brought back Masahiro Tanaka, and appointed Aaron Boone as the new man in charge. Finally, they resigned the man behind it ...
The San Diego Padres and New York Yankees reached a deal at the Winter Meetings Tuesday, that will send Chase Headley and Bryan Michell out west. The Yankees will receive Jabari Blash in return, though the trade is clearly more of a salary dump. The trade opens up some interesting ...
The Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes came to a close Friday afternoon. The two-way star out of Japan decided to take his talents to Anaheim and join the Los Angeles Angels. After narrowing it down to seven teams, Ohtani ultimately decided that the Angels best matched what he was looking for. While ...
The New York Yankees, at the moment at least, still have an open spot in their rotation. Anything can happen to head into and at the Winter Meetings but there’s a very valuable option out there. CC Sabathia’s contract expired last season and the Yankees’ top priority should be to ...
Major League Baseball forced the Atlanta Braves to give up the rights to 12 of their international prospects as punishment for international signing violations. In addition, they’ll be restricted in amateur signings for years to come. They’ll also lose their third-round pick in next year’s Draft. Major League Baseball really ...
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