Well that was an interesting week. Manny, Barnes, Pedroia, and Gausman capture the headlines, while starts from Jimenez, Bundy, and Miley are overshadowed.
It tastes good just watching it.
Sure, Trumbo led the league in homers last year. But without a designated hitter this series, is he really the best option in the starting lineup?
4-1 in week one, 4-2 in week two. Not too shabby. Let's take a look back at last week.
It seems only fitting with the NFL Draft almost upon us that we as a fan base take time to examine those players that have helped create the rich, albeit young history of our beloved franchise.
Heading into the offseason, the Ravens made it clear that they were prioritizing getting bigger and stronger along the offensive line. Thus far, all they have done is lose Ricky Wagner in free agency and trade Jeremy Zuttah for a late round draft pick. In a draft that does not seem particularly deep with linemen, there are still some players throughout that could help the Ravens get to the next level.
Instead of the traditional mock draft, we here at Purple Reign thought we would look exclusively at one position and examine which player at that position the Ravens could target in all seven rounds. Enjoy!
How bad are the Brooklyn Nets?
The following are power rankings for the NNFBA (National Non-Finalist Basketball Association), updated weekly with all facts necessary to determine the hierarchy of a 28-team league that doesn’t include the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Golden State Warriors.