Baseball’s been around since the mid-1800s so it’s rare that you get to see a feat that’s never been done before. It’s even more rare when you get to see that happen in person. The Boston Red Sox had just Continue reading
You’re going to hear the name Bucky Dent mentioned a lot today. That’s because the Boston Red Sox play the New York Yankees in a single elimination play-in game to see who advances into the playoffs and more fittingly, who Continue reading
Are we about to see a change in Major League Baseball? With the Astros, Yankees, Dodgers (whoops!) and Cardinals all coasting to comfortable playoff berths without the need of a wild card game, the rest of us watched intently as Continue reading
I hit up Milhouse for my usual wagers of the day. Since I liked the Rays to beat the A’s and the Brewers to beat the Nationals in Major League Baseball’s two wild card play-off games, a two-team parlay was Continue reading
Stat Of The Day No sport has bastardized the use of the statistic more than Major League Baseball. Here’s proof. Headed into the bottom of the fourth inning of Game Two of the ALDS between Detroit and Baltimore, Victor Martinez Continue reading
So the Kansas City Royals have clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 1985. That’s quite the post-season drought. Heck, even the Cubs, Mets and Indians have experienced October since then. This might be news to those of Continue reading
Far be it from me, a lifelong Red Sox and newly reformed Rays fan, to make fun of the New York Yankees the day after they were eliminated from the playoffs. Oh wait, that’s exactly what I’m doing.
I have a beef with the Commissioner. Not Commissioner Stern. Not Commissioner Goodell. This time around it’s the man, the myth, the-soon-to-be-retired-but-it-can’t-come-soon-enough Commissioner Selig.