51 Awesome Things to Watch in the 2021 MLB Season
Are you ready for some major league baseball? It's time to play a full season again. After an unprecedented fan-less 2020, we have fans back in the stands.
Fan engagement is an important and underrated aspect of the game that affects the intensity of players and play on the field. It's just one of many reasons to be a little more excited than usual for the return of baseball.
Here are 51 things to watch for the 2021 MLB season and why it will be one for the history books.
'Mr. Smile' meet Mr. ... and Mrs. Met!
Ronald Acuña Jr. is just a kid that wants to play. And he's a star.
The Yankees are hungrier than ever in their chase for 28.
The Cardinals' blockbuster trade for Nolan Arenado is a game-changer, and Rockies fans are still in tears about it.
Get ready for more magic in Chicago. El Mago does not disappoint.
El Niño is ready to light it up in 2021 for 'Slam Diego.'
Kiké Hernandez brings his fun-loving energy to the East Coast.
Expect big things from Tim Anderson on the South Side of the Windy City.
Isn't he Wander-ful? Wander Franco has next.
The Bronx Bombers are back again with lots of power in their batting lineup.
The City of Brotherly Love has a team you don't want to sleep on.
Losing Nolan was a hard hit for Colorado, but we still have a 'Story' to talk about.
Hallelujah! Fans are back in the stands.
The Mets may actually be Amazin' with the addition of the man that won't stop smiling.
'Salvy is healthy in Kansas City.
Now, here's 'MadBum.' Meet your 2021 Diamondbacks Opening Day starter.
Don't worry. There still is a Cy Young award winner in Cleveland.
'Childish Bambino' is hungry and just gets better and better.
The Texas Rangers are in rebuilding mode.
How many home runs will Christian Yelich hit for the Brew Crew?
Kyle Lewis has his eyes on the prize in Seattle.
Watch out for the Dodgers. They are no one-hit wonder.
Snellzilla's 'Bump Day' is going to take San Diego by storm.
Diehards return, and the players are here for it.
We continue to marvel at the wonder that is Mookie in the City of Angels.
Miguel Cabrera is still going, and he will see more action with A.J. Hinch filling out lineup cards for the Tigers..
Springer dingers coming to a theater in Canada soon.
The Chicago White Sox rake.
Didi Gregorious keeps Philly fun.
Willians Astudillo can't wait to show fans in person that turtles can fly.
The GOAT has 162 games to grace us with his greatness.
Oh, Canada, they will be a problem for a lot of pitchers.
The Marlins don't have the worst odds to win the World Series. That would be the Pirates. But the heat will be turned up in Miami again.
Limited capacity at ballparks? We'll take it.
This could be the year of the shortstops.
Sunny days and baseball skies are here again.
Yaz! That ball is outta here.
Mean and green in Oakland.
Jack Flaherty is on the hunt for that Cy Young.
All aboard the New York Cole train.
Winner winner chicken dinger!
Listen for some big Cy Young noise in Los Angeles.
Will the Houston Astros rise like phoenixes from the ashes?
The heat in Atlanta isn't just about how they play. It's the swag they bring.
You ready for the Stro-show, Queens?
Randy Arozarena hits bombs. 2021 will be no different for him.
Nelson Cruz and company will still be bringing fire from the Twin Cities.
Shohei the showstopper is back in hitting and pitching action.
It will be a 162-game grind to the finish line
Make sure that volume on your TV is turned up.
The 2021 season will be one for the ages.