Tag Archives: MLB
The San Francisco Giants stomped their way into the World Series last night, with a 9-0 drubbing of the choking Cardinals. They face the Tigers, who have been waiting for almost a week after shutting down the Yankees in the … Continue reading
The MLB playoffs are moving forward without a representative from New York. There was a long time where between the Yankees, Dodgers and Giants, the Big Apple always had a team to love or hate in the World Series. These … Continue reading
Joe. He is the least conspicuous: Joe Schmo, Joe Sixpack et. al.; he is legendary: Joltin’ Joe, Mean Joe, or just Joe; if you are a Yankee fan, he is your manager: Joe Torre, Joe Girardi…..he is Joe. The name Joe … Continue reading
It is sort of cliche to talk about “October baseball drama” and “playoff storylines” because at the end, they are playing a baseball game, and the 25 players on the team need to collectively pitch, hit and field well in … Continue reading
The baseball watching public will always have fond memories of the final day of the 2011 season, where within a few minutes, in four separate ballparks, the Red Sox and Braves completely collapsed, and the Tampa Bay Rays and eventual World … Continue reading
I don’t really know the answer to that question, this is just an attempt to figure it out. I was thinking of writing this post (as well as many others that didn’t make it) but hesitated, until I saw that … Continue reading
Today is Monday, and it’s time for the Week 3 (and first ever) Sunday Power Rankings. Rankings are a mixture of what was the best product coming out of this week, and what games have an impact on the future.