Tyler Walsh

The Trevor Story Story

The Trevor Story Story

By:
04/13/2016

Trevor Story was never expected to become a household name. But after having the best start that a rookie has ever had in the Big Leagues, with record-breaking seven home runs in the first six games of the MLB season, Story is a rookie legend. The 23 year-old Colorado Rockies shortstop, after tallying six home runs…

MLB Farewell Tours

MLB Farewell Tours

By:
03/30/2016

Earlier this week, David Ortiz played his last home spring training game. Ortiz, who in November announced his plans to retire after this season, was driven off the field in a golf cart at JetBlue Park, the Red Sox’s spring training facility in Fort Myers, Florida, to applause from Red Sox faithful. Ortiz has stated…

Baseball and U.S.-Cuban Relations

Baseball and U.S.-Cuban Relations

By:
03/23/2016

On Tuesday, in front of a crowd of thousands of passionate, festive fans, the Tampa Bay Rays took on the Cuban national baseball team in Havana’s historic Estadio Lationoamerica. The Rays went on to win the game 4-1—a two-run home run from James Loney and a stellar pitching performance from Matt Moore and the Rays…

Does Spring Training Predict Regular Season Results?

Does Spring Training Predict Regular Season Results?

By:
03/19/2016

Spring training is well underway, and the regular season is rapidly approaching. The first spring training games are exciting—they let diehard baseball fans know that warmer weather and the regular season are nearing—but after a few weeks, baseball fans just want to fast-forward to the regular season. Watching spring training games is a bit of…

The Best and Worst in MLB Uniforms

The Best and Worst in MLB Uniforms

By:
02/27/2016

On Tuesday, the New York Mets announced that, for every Sunday home game this season, they will wear 1986 throwback uniforms. Likewise, the Pittsburgh Pirates have announced that they will be wearing 1971 throwback uniforms for their Sunday home games. The San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks have unveiled new uniforms that they will wear…

Baseball’s Hallowed Hall of Controversies

Baseball’s Hallowed Hall of Controversies

By:
02/09/2016

Last Tuesday marked the 80th anniversary of the announcement of the first Hall of Fame class. In 1936, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, and Walter Johnson were the first five baseball players to be elected to the Hall of Fame. In 1939, Stephen Carlton Clark, a Cooperstown, New York hotel manager, founded…

MLB Offseason Recap

MLB Offseason Recap

By:
01/26/2016

This has been a dynamic offseason so far in Major League Baseball. Several of the game’s best players have been up for grabs—some have changed uniforms, while some have returned to their own teams. With one full month left before Spring Training, we can begin to assess some teams’ overall offseason performances. What teams have made…

Will an “International Draft” Come to Baseball?

Will an “International Draft” Come to Baseball?

By:
11/24/2015

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced they have come to terms with two top Cuban prospects—19 year-old Yusniel Diaz and 17-year old Omar Estevez, and have signed them to bonuses of $15.5 million and $6 million, respectively. The Dodgers have also signed six other Cuban ballplayers over the last three months, and they have signed twenty-eight…

Craig Kimbrel: One of the Best of All Time

Craig Kimbrel: One of the Best of All Time

By:
11/18/2015

Last Friday, the Boston Red Sox traded four prospects to the San Diego Padres for closer Craig Kimbrel. The Sox will now control one of the game’s most electric pitchers, through the 2018 season. This trade is the most notable offseason move so far, and signifies the Red Sox’ intent to give up prospects and…

MLB Offseason First Look

MLB Offseason First Look

By:
11/11/2015

The 2015 Major League Baseball season is over, but the 2015-2016 offseason has officially begun. The beginning of the offseason is an exciting time for baseball fans all across the country. As soon as the last out of the World Series is recorded and the champions are crowned, every team falls back to square one….

1 2
@GtownVoice Twitter
Contact

Georgetown University
The Georgetown Voice
Box 571066
Washington, D.C. 20057

The Georgetown Voice office is located in Leavey 424.

Disclaimer

The opinions expressed in the Georgetown Voice do not necessarily represent the views of the administration, faculty, or students of Georgetown University unless specifically stated.

By accessing, browsing, and otherwise using this site, you agree to our Disclaimer and Terms of Use. Find more information here: http://georgetownvoice.com/disclaimer/.