The NHL season is over, NBA basketball is winding down, and the summer is almost here, and the Chicago Cubs are killing it. That means that baseball is going to start to enjoy a little more exposure and thus far in the season
We're practically through two months of Major League Baseball as the start of June looms. Teams are over 50 games into their schedules and that's enough for some up-and-down roller-coaster action to have taken place.
Already a month into being part of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Shelby Miller hasn't yet proven his trade value yet. General manager, Dave Stewart, thinks the right-hander is putting too much pressure on himself after his high profile major December trade.
The Philadelphia Phillies are an early surprise in Major League Baseball. Projected for a last placed finish in the NL East during the pre-season, Philadelphia has been the strongest team of late in the majors.
It's a good thing Torontonians are likely preoccupied with the post-season efforts of the Toronto Raptors at the moment. If they weren't, then they might see something that is starting to become clear: the Blue Jays aren't that good.