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Admittedly, there was probably a time where the game of baseball was a stirring and relevant sport. Back, say, in the 1920’s when there was not much else to do other than play kick the can or marbles, American’s reveled in its baseball heroes of the time. Continue reading
Well, here we are after 13 games. A long season is still upon us. We die-hards will continue to watch every night if we can, and those of us who do can notice some trends along the way. Obviously, 13 games is a very small sample size based on a 162 game schedule. However, it’s worth noting a few things. As I write, the Royals hold a 2-run lead through 8 innings, which I can only surmise will be saved by Wade Davis and his magical right arm. With that being said, result not-withstanding, here are a few observations from the season thus far. Continue reading
Well, it’s here again, Opening Day. It should be declared a national holiday, but since it falls on a Sunday this year, we’ll let it slide. A long and tiresome journey awaits baseball fans everywhere: Continue reading
The Royals optioned there proclaimed “ace” of the starting rotation today. Yordano Ventura has had a rough sophomore season that has seen him deal with injuries, emotional outburst in games, and uninspired pitching performances.
ESPN began airing “30 for 30″documentaries back in 2009 to give filmmakers a chance to delve deeper into some of the great sports stories of fall time. Many of the films were groundbreaking and gave viewers an inside perspective of some of the untold tales from the world of sports and often featured riveting storytelling.
The National League Central has emerged as likely the most competitive division in baseball this season. Here are the top 8 stories that have developed thus far during the 2015 season.
Chris Davis doubled home the go ahead run in the 1st inning against White Sox Pitcher Chris Beck, who was making his ML debut. Continue reading
Chris Sale was in control for the White Sox, as he pitched 7 2/3 innings of shutout ball, allowed just 4 hits (all singles), struck out 12 a nd walked 0. He allowed only 1 runner past first base. Continue reading
Chris Davis returned to “Crush Davis” form as he homered twice and helped the Orioles take the series against the Astros. Continue reading