Since David Stearns arrived in Milwaukee, he’s made a clear and conscious effort to prove that he loves stacking players up the middle and for good reason.
But that hasn’t stopped a black hole from forming behind the mound.
The overall view of the 2018 New York Yankees just depends on who you talk to.
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Monday’s division championship-clinching victory over the hated Chicago Cubs at Wrigley is more than a win. It marks the turning of the page to a new chapter in Brewers history.
How does a man of letters and words connect with his children? With a baseball, of course.
There weren’t many – if at all – who would’ve thought Jonathan Loaisiga was going to be the first pitching prospect to make his New York Yankees debut in 2018.
While the rest of the league was sitting by the hearth, quietly contemplating the balance of expenditure and analytics, David Stearns was in the kitchen, his fingers on the dial of the burner, waiting for the temperature to be just right to make a splash. By the time he was through, he had cooked up one of the best outfields in the NL and served it to the rest of the league on a silver platter.