Description:In this week's episode, Anton previews the 2021 season and makes some predictions on how the season will go. More information:The 2021 MLB season is almost upon us, as a full 162-game season will fill up the calendar for the next seven months of 2021. In this week's episode of "Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler," we’ll preview the 2021 season and make … [Read more...] about 2021 MLB season: Sneak peaks and predictions for the year
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Description:This week’s episode covers some of the craziest and most ridiculous MLB contracts to ever make their way to the public. More information:We’ll talk about Bobby Bonilla and his love for July 1 as well as Bruce Sutter, who hasn’t pitched since 1988 but continues to make more money than some minor league baseball players today. We’ll also recap more recent contract … [Read more...] about Bobby Bonilla to Mike Trout: Baseball’s craziest contracts
In this week’s episode of "Painting the Corners with Anton Schindler," we’re taking a look at some of the most incredible teams and seasons in the history of the MLB. Anton looks at teams that won 100 or more games in a season, and he compares their postseason success regardless of their regular-season record. Anton also highlights a few players who had career-best seasons … [Read more...] about Who were the best baseball teams of all time?
There have been a lot of bad teams in the history of professional baseball. Lots of teams since the mid 1800’s had some seasons that were more than forgettable, with all kinds of things to blame. Whether it be inconsistent pitching or every hitter being unable to pick up the ball, a lot can go wrong in this very complicated sport. This week, we break down some of the worst … [Read more...] about The worst seasons in baseball history, what came of them
The 2005 Chicago White Sox were nothing short of an Underdog. Although they had started to gain ground in the seasons leading up to 2005, the White Sox found themselves in the second-worst drought in professional sports history: 88 years without a World Series win. And, before they finally ended it, they were only second to the Chicago Cubs that we covered two episodes ago. It … [Read more...] about The ultimate underdog: In deep with the 2005 Chicago White Sox