Past work experience includes hosting shows on Maxim Radio for Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio, sports updates on Diamond Vision for the New York Mets at Shea Stadium, sideline reporting for ABC during the Little League World Series and hosting a show for the then-New Jersey Nets called “Slammin Planet.”
Evan is a diehard Mets, Nets and Jets fan. Loves Pro Wrestling, 90210 re-runs and lives in New York with his cat Freedom.
The Texas Rangers hold on to the #1 spot for another week with the LA Dodgers hot on the trail.
You know it’s April baseball when….some of these teams are ranked!
Baseball proved once again that you can’t predict it. So let’s try to predict it anyway.
Tampa Bay may not have surpassed Boston in the standings, but in the power rankings they have done the job… for now.
Did I drop the Red Sox far enough? Probably not based on what’s gone on in Red Sox nation, but for now we’ll put them at 6 though that number may grow in the final few weeks.
The Phillies are closing in on 100 wins and a meaningless September, and that means they retain the top spot in Evan Roberts’ MLB Power Rankings.
After a short hiatus Tueday’s Top 10 makes its return. Evan Roberts presents this week’s edition of the MLB Power Rankings.
The best of the best remain steady, but check out the major shuffle below No. 3 in this week’s Top 10.
Evan Roberts releases his first half MLB power rankings and doles out some first half awards.
A steady climb put the Phillies at the top, but where is the rest of the NL?
The No. 1 spot is a coin toss between the Red Sox and the Phillies this week. So who did Evan Roberts pick?
There’s a new #1 this week, I think you know who it is. Here’s a hint: they’ve won nine straight games.
The Indians fall, the Yankees rise, and a new #1 in this week’s Top Ten.
Yes, it took me a while to finally put the Phillies where they belong, but right after Memorial Day they have finally taken the No. 1 spot, a spot they may not give up this year.