Category Archives: Playoffs

Countdown to Spring Training: 10 Days

The countdown is officially on. According to MLB.com the first date that pitchers and catchers can report for Spring Training in February 17th. As such, I’m going to provide my readers with a video featuring a Major League Moment or … Continue reading

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Florida Marlins Forced to Increase Payroll, Should Fans Increase Expectations?

The Florida Marlins are adding payroll, whether they like it or not. That is the agreement that Major League Baseball and the players’ union have come to after years of watching Marlins’ owner Jeffrey Loria line his pockets with money … Continue reading

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Minnesota Twins’ Ron Gardenhire, is he the AL Manager of the Year?

Ron Gardenhire has long been considered one of baseball’s best managers. In 2009, he proved his mettle once again by leading the Minnesota Twins to yet another division title in the American League Central. The pennant marked his fifth division … Continue reading

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Heaven Knows: Can the Angels Comeback in the ALCS?

Despite what the media would have you believe, the New York Yankees haven’t won their 40th pennant yet. In fact, after Thursday night’s amazing comeback victory, the Los Angeles Angels are very much alive and kicking in the American League … Continue reading

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This Guy’s All Wet: The Los Angeles Angels New Good Luck Charm

The Los Angeles Angels had a huge night on Thursday. First and foremost the Halos got to watch John Lackey—in potentially his last game with the club—pitch at his best and hold the Yankees in check for 6 2/3 innings. … Continue reading

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Newbies, You’re Outta Here: MLB to Use Only Veteran Umps in World Series

It was unofficially announced last night that Major League Baseball will only be using umpires with previous World Series experience for the Fall Classic this season. The move comes as a result of numerous botched calls throughout the first two … Continue reading

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TBS Hates the Minnesota Twins

As any avid reader of my blog can tell you, I’m a pretty big baseball fan. To that end, I’m a huge Minnesota Twins fan. As such, the past couple of weeks have been very exciting. The Twins scratched and … Continue reading

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Twins Face a ‘Make or Break’ Series Against White Sox

The Minnesota Twins have struggled mightily following the All-Star break. After taking the first two games of the second-half from the Texas Rangers, the Twins have won just two of seven and have fallen a game under .500 on the … Continue reading

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Football Etiquette 101: Forgiveness vs. Fervor

As many of you out here in blog-land know, I’m a big baseball fan and primarily, just a baseball fan. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy other sports, but more on the level of participating and not watching or … Continue reading

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One of My Favorite Baseball Moments…

It’s Game 6 of the 1993 World Series and you’re a fan watching the game at home. You see Joe Carter step to the plate and you can just feel the electricity in the air. The Jays have one of … Continue reading

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