The Hit King has spoken: If you thought Derek Jeter would one day break MLB’s all-time hits record, think again.
Here they are, Evan Roberts’ original 2012 MLB power rankings. Let’s see what lessons can be learned…
Many will be enticed by R.A. Dickey’s unique story and age, but he’s just one of many candidates who could take home the National League Cy Young.
WFAN co-host Evan Roberts provides his weekly Major League Baseball Power Rankings.
The Mets have no money, but do they have no future?
A second-place team at No. 1? That’s right — the Atlanta Braves are hot, hot, hot.
The MLB playoff race is heating up! Find out which teams are in it for real in Evan’s weekly rankings.
Who could have seen this coming? Baseball enters its home stretch with surprise teams all over Roberts’ rankings. Meanwhile, the Yankees continue to slide… and slide…
Consider MLB on notice; there’s a new sheriff in town. Cincinnati gets the top spot in Evan’s weekly rankings, while the Yankees continue to slip and slide downward.
A Dodgers-Yankees World Series has not been seen since Tommy Lasorda led the 1981 Dodgers to a six-game victory over the Yankees.
Tommie Agee had a spectacular impact on the 1969 “Miracle Mets.”
Rookie Matt Harvey drove in one more run than he allowed in the longest outing of his short major league career, and the New York Mets snapped the Cincinnati Reds’ five-game winning streak with an 8-4 victory on Thursday night.
Scott Rolen and Todd Frazier hit back-to-back home runs, and Mike Leake pitched his second complete game of the season, helping the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-1 win over the Mets on Wednesday night.
They’re baaaack! The Yankees, finally off the schnide, are again the top team in the AL. But it’s just not enough to take No. 1 in Evan’s top ten.
The NL Central leaders and the Mets were a combined 0 for 18 with runners in scoring position before Bruce connected with no outs in the ninth.