Category Archives: Baseball

The Magic of Hesto Presto

Within two days of Opening Day, the San Francisco Giants witnessed injury after injury. The comeback bid of Matt Cain fell short with a strained flexor tendon causing him to join Hunter Pence and Travis Ishikawa on the DL while … Continue reading

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Cheap Seat Chronicles’ 2015 MLB Staff Predictions

It seems like ages ago that we were debating whether or not Alex Gordon could have scored in game seven of the World Series (he couldn’t), but in reality it was just a few short months ago that baseball went … Continue reading

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‘Kitchen Sink Stuff’: Peavy mixing up his pitching repertoire

Talkin’ Giants Ball. It is no secret. When a pitcher losses velocity and relies on a fastball and pitching catalogue of his former days, he is asking for a ticket home. More often than not, these starting pitchers are put into … Continue reading

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Beyond the Diamond

It is great that professional athletes are recognizing and wearing Baseballism, but what is even more validating to us is seeing our brothers and sisters of our nation’s pastime proudly wear Baseballism knowing that by this action, they too are sponsoring what this brand brings to hopeful little leaguers, to the underprivileged, and to those struggling with life altering disease: hope, support, strength, unity… #americasbrand #believeinbaseball @Baseballism Continue reading

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From the base ball archives of Cheap Seats…

A look at: Mike (King) Kelly We’re talking Base Ball… Not only a game, baseball is a part of us. Like any relationship, baseball requires time (162 games and then some), emotional support (bring on the blogs and the forums), and … Continue reading

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Alex Rodriguez Issues Hand-Written Apology to Fans

Alex Rodriguez was slated to issue a public apology to fans at Yankee Stadium this spring, but that all changed earlier today when Rodriguez switched gears and issued a hand-written letter apologizing to fans for his past indiscretions. The Yankees … Continue reading

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Padres Not Done Yet, Reportedly Targeting Yoan Moncada

The ink has barely dried on the four-year pact the Padres made with James Shields, but general manger A.J. Preller is already working on his next move. The newest target appears to be free agent Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada. That’s … Continue reading

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