Next up on the docket in the "Top 10 Right Now" series is second baseman. Second base is a position where there are certainly the haves and have nots and a position where having a solid glove, along with defensive skills, is an absolute must.
Currently, there are only a few guys who play at second base, who could be potential future Hall of Famers, but who knows what the future holds at that position and what could end up happening later on. In it's simplest terms, second base is a position that isn't the strongest in the game, but it's certainly not the weakest position, around the diamond, either.
Here are the Top 10 Second Baseman in the game right now:
By Eric Jacinto and Chris Larson
Welcome BASEBALL Fanatics to Philly Sports Passion 2019 MLB Top 10 Right Now! Myself and Chris love baseball so much that we will be doing our own top ten right now just like MLB Network does every year before each season. We will each have our own list, we'll be starting with the catcher position. We've decided to do two positions a week, the plan is Mondays and Fridays hopefully however, some weeks might be different.
By: Chris Larson
Today is the final day of our "Remaining Pieces" series - a series dedicated to examining all 30 teams in baseball and trying to identify one remaining need that each team might have prior to Opening Day. Unfortunately, the series hasn't done much to generate, Hot Stove activity over the last three weeks or to get the action going again, but hopefully that picks up sooner than later like we would all love to see happen.
Robinson Cano is heading back to the "Big Apple" along with Closer Edwin Diaz in a Blockbuster trade
By Eric Jacinto
On Monday afternoon, the New York Mets and Seattle Mariners agreed on a blockbuster trade that would send eight time all-star second baseman, Robinson Cano and closer, Edwin Diaz to the New York Mets for outfielder, Jay Bruce, reliever pitcher, Andrew Swarzak, right-handed pitcher, Gerson Bautista and two prospects in outfielder, Jarred Kelenic and Justin Dunn a right-handed pitcher.
By: Chris Larson
Heading into this season, many analysts and fans alike, expected the National League to work out the way it has over the past few seasons with the Dodgers winning the West, the Cubs winning the Central, and the Nationals winning the East. Well, here we are in mid-August and only one of those teams currently leads their division.
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