Joey Gallo Shines In Big League Debut

Any time a top ten prospect in all of baseball makes his major league debut, fans are likely to take note. But unfortunately, more often than not, an extremely hyped prospect usually fails to live up to the high expectations — at least early on — and underperforms in their debut. Gallo

A recent example of that being Kris Bryant, who after hitting 43 homers in the minors last year was expected by Cubs fans to catch on immediately as the Cubs’ biggest power threat. Instead, he went hitless with three strikeouts in his debut. (Given, he’s found his groove now.)

But underperformance isn’t always the case in a player’s debut.

Rangers’ top prospect, Joey Gallo, received the call up from Double-A for Tuesday’s game to take the place at third base of the injured Adrian Beltre. Following his 42 home run minor league performance in 2014, Gallo had picked up right where he left off in the minors this season (coming after a missed month due to ankle surgery), having hit .314 with 9 homers and 31 RBI’s in the minors so far in 2015.

But unlike some players who fail to have their minor league success translate right away, Gallo’s success immediately carried over to the majors, as in his very first career at-bat on Tuesday against the White Sox, Gallo rocketed a two-run single into left field. Following that, he proceeded to blast a moonshot homer into the second deck in his next at-bat, giving him four RBI’s for the game — the most in Rangers’ franchise history for a player’s debut.

However, Gallo wasn’t finished yet. In his third time at the plate, Gallo hit a long double to center field that hit off the wall, giving him a perfect 3-3 record for the game. While he would later strike out with the bases loaded, and draw a walk in his fifth plate appearance, Gallo’s presence was definitely made known in the Rangers’ 15-2 blowout win over the White Sox.

GalloThough it’s an extremely small sample size, Joey Gallo performing so well in his debut is extremely promising, both for him and the Rangers. Gallo is set to remain in the bigs just until Adrian Beltre returns to take his spot at third. But if Gallo can keep up his hot hitting, it may be tough for the Rangers to send him back down.

Still, Gallo will get his chance to prove himself, as Beltre is expected to be out for roughly two weeks. That’s a lot of games for Gallo to either keep standing out or show that he still needs seasoning down on the farm. But whatever happens in the coming weeks, Gallo certainly didn’t disappoint on Tuesday night.

At just 21 years old, a lot of people made statements regarding the fact that they felt Gallo was being rushed to the majors, and that he wasn’t ready yet. While I agreed with that somewhat, I’ve seen Gallo in person and saw first hand that he is a special talent. And there is now no denying that he can handle the pitching that comes at the major league level.

After blasting 40 homers in 2013 and 42 last season, Gallo looks to be heading for a long career as one of baseball’s most promising future left handed power hitters. Although the Rangers are struggling at the moment for the most part, with a lineup that includes Prince Fielder, Josh Hamilton and now Joey Gallo, the Rangers seem to have a lot of power hitting lefties on their hands.

That’s always a good problem to have.

Latest MLB Leaders (April 5th – May 31st)

With the first two months of the 2015 MLB season in the books, I thought I’d take the first day of the new month to recap the season thus far. It’s been exciting as well as disappointing, depending on how you look at it and who you’re rooting for.

But instead of talking about the events that have taken place so far this year, I decided to make a list of different categories and beside them name the player(s) that leads that particular category. I’ve done lists like these for the past several years, and they have been well received, so I decided to do it again.

The following lists are categorized into hitting and pitching, but not AL or NL:


Most Games Played – Marcus Semien (53)

Most At-Bats – Dee Gordon (207)

Most Hits – Dee Gordon (78)

Highest Average – Dee Gordon (.377)

Highest OBP – Bryce Harper (.469)

Highest SLG – Bryce Harper (.724)

Most Runs – Josh Donaldson (43)

Most Doubles – Four players tied for most (17).

Most Triples – Paulo Orlando (5)

Most Home Runs – Nelson Cruz and Bryce Harper (18).

Most RBI’s – Giancarlo Stanton (44)

Most Base On Balls – Bryce Harper (44)

Most Strikeouts – Chris Carter (69)

Most Stolen Bases – Billy Hamilton (21)

Most Caught Stealing – Dee Gordon (7)

Most Intentional Base On Balls – Miguel Cabrera and Paul Goldschmidt (10).

Most Hit By Pitch – Anthony Rizzo (13)

Most Sacrifice Flies – Stephen Vogt (5)

Most Total Bases – Nelson Cruz (128)

Most Extra Base Hits – Josh Donaldson (29)

Most Grounded Into Double Plays – Casey McGehee and Andrelton Simmons (12).

Most Ground Outs – Nori Aoki (89)

Most Number Of Pitches Faced – Mookie Betts (925)

Most Plate Appearances – Jason Kipnis (238)


Most Wins – Bartolo Colon and Felix Hernandez (8).

Most Losses – Four players tied for most (7).

Best ERA – Zack Greinke and Shelby Miller (1.48).

Most Games Started – Twenty players tied for most (11).

Most Games Pitched – Jeremy Jeffress (27)

Most Saves – Glen Perkins (19)

Most Innings Pitched – Dallas Keuchel (81.2)

Most Hits Allowed – Jerome Williams (78)

Most Runs Allowed – Kyle Lohse (45)

Most Earned Runs Allowed – Kyle Lohse (45)

Most Home Runs Allowed – James Shields (15)

Most Strikeouts – Corey Kluber (96)

Most Walks – Aaron Sanchez (37)

Most Complete Games – Four players tied for most (2).

Most Shutouts – Felix Hernandez and Shelby Miller (2).

Best Opponent Avg. – Shelby Miller (.175)

Most Games Finished – Glen Perkins (23)

Most Double Plays Achieved – Kyle Gibson (13)

Most Wild Pitches – Scott Feldman, Aaron Sanchez and C.J. Wilson (7).

Most Balks – Johnny Cueto (4)

Most Stolen Bases Allowed – Tyson Ross (21)

Most Pickoffs – Julio Teheran and Alex Wood (4).

Most Batters Faced – David Price (314)

Most Pitches Thrown – Cole Hamels (1,169)

Noah Syndergaard Dominates on Mound & at Plate

Nearly every day, at least one pitcher — if not multiple pitchers — has a fantastic outing. But that wasn’t what made Noah Syndergaard’s afternoon on Wednesday a very special one.

As the number ten overall prospect in all of baseball, Mets fans have been looking forward to his arrival for quite some time, but I’m not sure they ever expected a performance out of Syndergaard that they received in just his fourth big league start.

Syndergaard pitched 7.1 strong innings, allowing zero runs over that stretch, but it was what he did at the plate that amazed people. Syndergaard went 3-3 on the day, including a 427-foot blast to left center field.

With his 7+ dominant innings and three hits that included a homer, Syndergaard becomes the first pitcher to accomplish those feats in the same game since 2001, as well as the first Mets pitcher in three years to hit a homer. Not bad for a 22-year-old with around a month of major league experience.

But good hitting and good pitching is nothing new for Noah Syndergaard. Over the course of his minor league career, Syndergaard holds a 3.16 ERA as well as a .270 batting average. Through four big league starts, he has posted a 2.55 ERA and is 4-9 in his at-bats. Truly remarkable for such a young pitcher.

With a rotation that includes the likes of Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, with Steven Matz soon to be in the mix, the Mets look to be good in the young pitching department for quite some time. But while all of their starters can put up a good outing, I’m not sure any of them can swing the bat quite the way Noah Syndergaard does.

Upcoming Blogging Schedule

We’re already nearly half way through the baseball (and blogging) season, and therefore are getting into the final month or so leading up to the All-Star break. I already blogged about who I voted for in my last blog post, and in this post I’ll briefly go over what I plan to write about over the next few weeks.

Nothing is planned out for the rest of the month, but things pick up in June.

On the first day of the June, I’m going to type up a latest leaders post like I do on the first day of every month of the season. That’s always interesting, as a lot of players lead categories I never could’ve expected. I truly learn a lot when I go about forming those lists.

After that, the MLB draft is set to take place on June 8th, and I’m going to be giving my thoughts on the draft once again. I’m looking forward to seeing which players are taken in the first round, which is the round I’m going to be writing about. Odds are, those are the players that will make the biggest impact at the big league level.

Following the draft post, I’ll probably do a post about who I’d like to see in the home run derby, but I don’t have a whole lot planned for June. That will change, however, when July rolls around. With the home run derby and All-Star game taking place in July, I’ll have a lot to write about. I’m looking forward to that.

My Ballot for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game

The ballot for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star game has been out for awhile now, but I’ve been holding off with casting my votes for who I’d like to see in the game up in Cincinnati on July 14th. With it seeming like the ballot is coming out earlier and earlier each year, I wanted to give players enough time to put up quality numbers before I made any decisions. But I finally feel there are enough stats to make a logical decision.AllStar

Voting is simple. Although there are no longer paper ballots that you can pick up and fill out at your local ballpark, you can head over to and fill out an online ballot with the player you feel most deserves the honor for each position. You can vote up to 35 times for the players of your choice. (Voting is open until July 2nd.)

I cast my maximum 35 votes a few days ago. Although the All-Star game is still just under two months away, I figured I’d go ahead and go over the players I picked for the Midsummer Classic. A lot of things can change, with my picks subsequently changing as well, but these are the players I went ahead and voted for to make the All-Star game:

FIRST BASE: Miguel Cabrera (AL), Adrian Gonzalez (NL)

It came down to Miguel Cabrera, Eric Hosmer and Mark Teixeira for me in the American League portion of the first base spot. While Teixeira leads in homers and RBI’s, his batting average was too low for me to select him. In addition, Eric Hosmer has fewer homers and RBI’s than Cabrera in more at-bats, and thus, I picked Miguel Cabrera.

In the National League, it was another tough decision. While Paul Goldschmidt is producing another year worth of MVP caliber numbers, and although Anthony Rizzo is getting better and better, I voted for Adrian Gonzalez. Getting off to a hot start to begin the year, Gonzalez holds the second highest batting average in baseball and deserves to make it.

SECOND BASE: Jose Altuve (AL), Dee Gordon (NL)

Jose Altuve leading all of American League second baseman in stolen bases, sitting second in average and third in homers was enough to get him selected by me to make the All-Star game. Although Devon Travis of the Blue Jays has been a highlight reel each night, Altuve is one of the most exciting second basemen in baseball.

The National League race for All-Star second baseman was an easy decision on my part. Dee Gordon is deserving of the spot, no question about it. Gordon doesn’t have any home runs, but that’s not his game. He leads all NL second basemen in stolen bases, and holds a batting average above .400. That’s deserving of All-Star recognition.

SHORTSTOP: Marcus Semien (AL), Brandon Crawford (NL)

I’ll be honest — I had to double check Marcus Semien’s stats when I was casting my vote for American League shortstop. I knew he was having a good year, but I didn’t realize how good. Leading the American League shortstops in homers and stolen bases, Semien is the unlikely frontrunner for the honor.

It was no easy task to choose a shortstop that had the best stats for the All-Star game. There are a ton of them with good numbers in one category or another. But while names such as Zack Cozart, Jhonny Peralta, etc., stood out, I went with Brandon Crawford, who has good numbers as well as the amazing defense to match.

THIRD BASE: Josh Donaldson (AL), Todd Frazier (NL)

You could make cases for Manny Machado, Mike Moustakas, Josh Donaldson and even Evan Longoria for the American League third base spot in the All-Star game. But I went with Donaldson, who is having a fantastic year. Sitting second in homers but first in RBI’s among AL third basemen, Donaldson should be in Cincy in July.

The first and only Red on my list — likely to be a favorite with the Reds hosting the All-Star game — is Todd Frazier, who I selected for NL third base in the midsummer classic. His batting average isn’t the best, but he is at the top in homers and is deserving in my mind of the honor.

CATCHER: Stephen Vogt (AL), Buster Posey (NL)

This is somewhat of a shocking pick, but a very deserving one. Stephen Vogt wasn’t all that well known as recently as a year ago, but his bat is making him more of a common name. Vogt leads AL catchers in average, home runs and RBI’s, and should lead them in voting when all is said and done.

I could’ve easily picked Miguel Montero or Yasmani Grandal to make the start behind the plate for the National League, but I went with the always consistent Buster Posey instead. Posey leads AL catchers in homers, and should be adding another All-Star game to his already impressive resume.


Although the designated hitter role in the All-Star game goes to David Ortiz the majority of the time, there is simply no other choice for DH this year than Nelson Cruz. It’s not even close. Cruz leads all designated hitters in homers, runs batted in and average, and will be in the All-Star game up in Cincinnati.


It’s never easy to narrow down several dozen players to three All-Star picks for each league, especially when you could make a strong case for a dozen of the outfield choices for each league, but it’s a requirement when casting a ballot. So, while I voted for the players who I felt were All-Star caliber players at the moment, there are a few more I would’ve liked to vote for, but couldn’t. Keep that in mind when reading the outfielders I selected for the American League and National League:

Mike Trout, Josh Reddick and Adam Jones (AL)

Mike Trout was a nobrainer, as he once again is in the process of posting another fantastic season, but the other two spots were somewhat difficult with all of the great players. In the end, after examining all of the stats, I made the tough choice of Josh Reddick and Adam Jones. I hope to see them in the All-Star game starting lineups.

Bryce Harper, Justin Upton and Giancarlo Stanton (NL)

As with Mike Trout in the AL, picking Bryce Harper for National League outfield was the easiest choice of the three. But after a lot of debate between the candidates to fill the other places, I wound up choosing Justin Upton and Giancarlo Stanton. Upton is having a good year, and despite a subpar average, Stanton is dominating yet again.

Corey Kluber Dominates for First Time In 2015

John Lackey had a decent start on Wednesday night against the Indians. After allowing two runs in the first inning, Lackey threw shutout ball in the remainder of his 5.1 inning outing, striking out two batters along the way. But Lackey’s adversary, Corey Kluber, struck out quite a few more batters in his own impressive start.Kluber

Lasting a sufficient eight innings of the ballgame — going 6.2 innings before allowing the first and only hit of the game for the Cardinals — Kluber struck out a career high 18 batters, tying the Indians’ all-time strikeout record by a single pitcher set by Bob Feller back in 1938.

After starting the season 0-5 with a 5.04 ERA over 7 starts, this amazing outing by Kluber wasn’t merely important to get him back on track, but a big deal for the rest of the team as well. Picked by many to at the very least contend for a Wild Card spot, the Indians are currently in last place in the division, having won fewer games than every other team in the American League, and needed a boost.

But this sudden turn around isn’t anything new for Kluber. After all, Kluber held a 4.32 career ERA through 2013 before exploding onto the scene in 2014. That year, Kluber went 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA, earning him the Cy Young award, and subsequently a 5-year, 38.5 million dollar contract extension from the Indians.

The Indians are going to need the Corey Kluber they paid for — the one like they saw on Wednesday night — for them to have any shot at meeting the preseason expectations set by many. Their offense has been underperforming, with only four of their players hitting above .300, and three of their starters ERA’s sit above 4.00. There has to be some point that the Indians finally click.

It will be interesting to see if Wednesday’s start by Kluber can get things going.

Bryce Harper Finally Breaking Out as a Superstar

Heading into Wednesday’s game against the Marlins, Bryce Harper was batting around .250 with just five home runs and 15 RBI’s on the season. Coming off a somewhat disappointing 2014 due to injuries, it wasn’t looking like Harper was going to do all that much to prove that 2015 was finally going to be the year he broke out as a full on superstar player.

But then Wednesday happened.Harper

In Harper’s first at-bat of the game, he took Tom Koehler deep for his sixth home run of the season. But Harper was far from done. In his very next set of swings, Harper again drove a ball in to the stands. Still, Harper had more to show off on the day. In his next plate appearance, Harper slugged yet another ball out of the ballpark, giving him three straight at-bats with a home run, on a day in which he collected five runs batted in. A truly spectacular game. But it was just one game. Nothing gave any indication that Harper would continue the power surge any further beyond that.

But then Friday happened.

This time against the Braves, Harper looked to continue on the three-home run, five RBI game he put together just 48 hours before, and he didn’t miss a beat. Going three for four on the game, Harper only managed two homers this time around, but still was able to rack up five RBI’s on the day. Combined with the previous game, that gave Harper five home runs with ten RBI’s over the course of two games, making him the youngest to ever hit five home runs combined between back-to-back games. If that doesn’t make a player a superstar, I don’t know what does.

Even after seemingly hitting a performance peak that would be impossible to top, baseball fans from all over likely found themselves looking at Harper to crank out multiple home runs again on Saturday. Admittedly being an unfair expectation, that’s simply what comes with the territory of being such a big name star at such a young age.

Nonetheless, Harper has always come off as the type to love the expectations and spotlight, and therefore was inevitably looking to show off again on Saturday. But Harper didn’t kick off the game with a homer, instead hitting a fly ball deep into center which was caught on the warning track. HarperTeam

His following at-bats resulted in a walk, a single and a strikeout. With the Nationals up 6-4 going into the eighth inning, it seemed that Harper wouldn’t be able to have a third straight game with a home run.

But a two-run double from Christian Bethancourt that tied up the game quickly got everyone thinking about Harper getting another shot to continue the streak, and subsequently be the hero.

It would come down to Harper in the bottom of the ninth with Jayson Werth on first and the game tied.

Amazingly, but not all that surprisingly, Bryce Harper came through, demolishing a decent pitch (down in the zone) from Braves’ reliever, Cody Martin, deep into the center field seats for a walk off home run.

Three games, six home runs, twelve RBI’s. Absolutely incredible.

Harper is now batting .292 for the season, with 11 home runs, 27 RBI’s and an on base percentage of over .400. Holding a season high home run total of 22 home runs from 2012, Harper already having half of that number just over a month into the season leads many to believe that he could be on a pace that everyone has been waiting for him to set.

The former Rookie of the Year has rubbed some people the wrong way in the past, but it’s hard not to root for such a talented young star in the making. Bryce Harper may not be the best player in baseball, but he is hands down the most exciting to watch.

Come July, Harper is likely looking at his third All-Star game of his short career; when October rolls around, he could be leading the Nationals deep into the playoffs; and once the calendar flips to November, Harper quite possibly could be receiving the award that takes every player from star to superstar: The Most Valuable Player award.

Several MLB Rookies Off to Good Starts

After a month of the 2015 regular season, there are already several newcomers that are standing out from the crowd. The numerous rookies around Major League Baseball are all doing their best to make an immediate impact on their club, and some are making good starts to their campaigns for the Rookie of the Year award. With that in mind, I thought I’d take a look at who I feel are currently the top five rookies in the American League and the National League:

American League Rookies

1. Devon TravisTravis

2. Mark Canha

3. Roberto Osuna

4. Steven Souza Jr.

5. Carlos Rodon

The American League rookie players possess many future star names, however, only a few of them are playing above average at the moment. Of those, kicking things off on the list is Devon Travis, who is batting .309 with 7 home runs and 23 RBI’s for the Blue Jays. Currently the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year award if he can keep things going, Travis looks to be a star for years to come.

Following Travis on my list are Mark Canha, who is hitting a solid .271 with 4 homers and 14 runs batted in, and Roberto Osuna, who has a great 1.38 ERA through ten appearances for the Blue Jays. Those first three are off to great starts, however, Steven Souza Jr. and Carlos Rodon are merely mediocre at the moment. Souza has a .232 batting average, despite having hit 4 homers, and Rodon has yet to live up to his stardome, despite holding a 2.84 ERA. They made my list simply because the rookie talent level in the American League is currently thin.

National League Rookies

1. Joc Pederson Joc

2. Alex Guerrero

3. Yimi Garcia

4. Kris Bryant

5. Archie Bradley

While the American League rookie standouts are hard to come by at the moment, the National League side is just the opposite. Joc Pederson of the Dodgers leads the way, currently living up to all of the hype surrounding him coming into the season, having hit 7 home runs already to go along with 16 RBI’s and a .260 batting average. His teammate, Alex Guerrero comes in second on my list, with a .333 average and 5 blasts to this point, as does fellow Dodger, Yimi Garcia, who has a superb 0.66 ERA over the course of 13 appearances.

Kris Bryant is the first non-Dodger on my list. Although Bryant was expected to be a big power bat in the big leagues, as he was last year in the minors with his 43 home runs, Bryant is yet to get his first major league home run. Still, Bryant has been a presence in the Cubs’ lineup, holding a .442 on base percentage with 12 runs batted in. Archie Bradley comes in at number five on my list, as despite currently being out due to an injury as a result of a ball hitting him in the face, Bradley started his season well, with a 1.80 ERA over four starts. Bradley, along with every other player previously mentioned in this post, is a star in the making.

Latest MLB Leaders (April 5th – April 30th)

With the first month of the 2015 MLB season in the books, I thought I’d take the first day of the new month to recap the season thus far. It’s been exciting as well as disappointing, depending on how you look at it and who you’re rooting for.

But instead of talking about the events that have taken place so far this year, I decided to make a list of different categories and beside them name the player(s) that leads that particular category. I’ve done lists like these for the past several years, and they have been well received, so I decided to do it again.

The following lists are categorized into hitting and pitching, but not AL or NL:


Most Games Played – Twenty players tied for most (23).

Most At-Bats – Jose Altuve and Wil Myers (98).

Most Hits – Dee Gordon (38)

Highest Average – Dee Gordon (.409)

Highest OBP – Matt Holliday (.500)

Highest SLG – Adrian Gonzalez (.790)

Most Runs – Matt Carpenter and Wil Myers (21).

Most Doubles – Matt Carpenter (13)

Most Triples – Paulo Orlando (5)

Most Home Runs – Nelson Cruz and Hanley Ramirez (10).

Most RBI’s – Nelson Cruz and Hanley Ramirez (22).

Most Base On Balls – Bryce Harper (22)

Most Strikeouts – Jorge Soler (33)

Most Stolen Bases – Billy Hamilton (13)

Most Caught Stealing – Dee Gordon (6)

Most Intentional Base On Balls – Victor Martinez (6)

Most Hit By Pitch – Anthony Rizzo (7)

Most Sacrifice Flies – Five players tied for most (3).

Most Total Bases – Adrian Gonzalez (64)

Most Extra Base Hits – Matt Carpenter and Adrian Gonzalez (17).

Most Grounded Into Double Plays – Casey McGehee (8)

Most Ground Outs – Jean Segura (41)

Most Number Of Pitches Faced – Bryce Harper (440)

Most Plate Appearances – Jose Altuve (106)


Most Wins – Seven players tied for most (4).

Most Losses – David Buchanan (5)

Best ERA – Nick Martinez (0.35)

Most Games Started – Fifty players tied for most (5).

Most Games Pitched – Eleven players tied for most (11).

Most Saves – Jeurys Familia, Joakim Soria and Huston Street (9).

Most Innings Pitched – Johnny Cueto and Dallas Keuchel (37).

Most Hits Allowed – Kyle Kendrick (39)

Most Runs Allowed – Kyle Kendrick (26)

Most Earned Runs Allowed – Kyle Kendrick (26)

Most Home Runs Allowed – Brandon McCarthy (9)

Most Strikeouts – Clayton Kershaw (43)

Most Walks – Tyson Ross (18)

Most Complete Games – Five players tied for most (1).

Most Shutouts – Josh Collmenter and Felix Hernandez (1).

Best Opponent Avg. – Dallas Keuchel (.130)

Most Games Finished – Joakim Soria (12)

Most Double Plays Achieved – Shane Greene and Alex Wood (7).

Most Wild Pitches – Matt Garza, Nathan Karns and Corey Kluber (4).

Most Balks – Johnny Cueto, Cole Hamels and Edward Mujica (2).

Most Stolen Bases Allowed – Jon Lester (8)

Most Pickoffs – Four players tied for most (2).

Most Batters Faced – Corey Kluber and Jeff Samardzija (141).

Most Pitches Thrown – Dallas Keuchel (523)

Alex Rodriguez One Away from Home Run 660

Once again, Alex Rodriguez is nearing history. And once again, it would seem that no one cares.

After hitting home run number 659 of his career on Sunday night, Alex Rodriguez sits just one shy of Willie Mays on the all-time home run list. But more importantly, A-Rod is just one blast away from collecting a six million dollar contract bonus.Rodriguez

However, it’s the money that has more people talking than the actual record that Rodriguez is approaching. For any other player, fans would be buzzing with excitement for a current player to surpass an all-time great on the home run list. But with A-Rod, he doesn’t exactly have too many people on his side.

After serving a 162-game suspension in 2014 for PED use, the few fans that Rodriguez still had finally reached their breaking point with him and wrote him off altogether. But even so, Rodriguez is still surprising some people with the great start he’s gotten off to — myself included.

I knew A-Rod would likely hit his stride at some point, but I figured it wouldn’t add up to a whole lot. It’s been nearly five years since A-Rod hit his 600th homer, and it was nearly certain that he would be a bit sluggish with his swing. But Rodriguez has gone out there and done his best to prove everyone wrong, and he has done just that, blasting five homers to this point in the season.

It’s yet to be seen how many home runs Alex Rodriguez will finish out the season with, or, for that matter, how many he will end up with when his career has drawn to a close. But what is for certain is no matter how much fans dislike him, no matter how much they wish to see him fail, there will always be a small part of everyone that keeps them coming back to see how A-Rod performs on any given night.

For some reason, people just can’t get enough.


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 157 other followers