Taijuan Walker’s All-Star Snub Is An MLBbro Travesty!

Taijuan Walker’s All-Star Snub Is An MLBbro Travesty!

By Charles Nyonga | Contributor

 

Charlie Hustle goes First To Third and runs down the travesty that is Mets pitcher Taijuan Walker’s All-Star snub. The dude should be in Colorado because the Mets would be nowhere without their workhorse.

He’s arguably the team’s MVP, with all due respect to oft-injured Jacob Degrom.

 

 

 

 

Taijuan Walker’s All-Star Snub Is An MLBbro Travesty!

Akil “The Real Deal” Baddoo Is Gunning For AL Rookie of The Year

Detroit Tigers rookie Akil Baddoo started the season like a man possessed at the plate, launching homers left and right and captivating MLB fans with his five-tool potential.

Then his bat went flat, but he stayed grinding and has lifted himself back into the American League ROY conversation.

Rachel Hill gives her take on the situation on First To Third.

 

Taijuan Walker’s All-Star Snub Is An MLBbro Travesty!

Giancarlo vs. Judge: MLBbro’s Brandon Carr Takes The Proven Guy

Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge haven’t been able to stay healthy enough to remain in the lineup together and be the force that the Yankees expected when they paired Stanton (fresh off an MVP and 59-homer season in Miami) with Judge, a phenom who hit 52 bombs to break the MLB rookie record.

2018 was supposed to be the return of Mantle and Maris at Yankee Stadium.

Fast forward three seasons later and Stanton has just seven homers since 2019 and Judge has just 3 homers. There hasn’t been much reason to #ALLRISE. This season, both Black Knights are healthy and looking forward to seeing what type of OD damage they can do together for an extended stretch.

Brandon Carr says Stanton is the man the Yankees can least afford to lose if one of these elite sluggers were to fall out of the loop again.