As August begins to move closer towards September, the plucky Oakland A's simply continue to be the Steve Urkel of Major League Baseball: Uninvited, often clumsy and awkward looking, but damn entertaining. At 60-51, they are entrenched in a three-way tie with the Detroit Tigers (not a surprise) and another surprise team, the Baltimore Orioles, for the Wild Card. No more than one and a half games out lurk the Los Angeles Angels and the team that replaced Oakland as baseball's "Little Engine That Could," the Tampa Bay Rays.
Andrew Bailey may be one of the best—and also one of the most underrated closers—in all of Major League Baseball. In the two years since taking over closing duties for the Oakland Athletics, beginning in 2009, Bailey has 51 saves wi... Read Post
As we get closer toward September and baseball's pennant races, it's time to examine how teams are faring in Major League Baseball. Let's start off with a breakdown of teams who normally make the postseason, who won't be making it t... Read Post