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While we were away

By | Sep 6, 2011

Summer is one of those times of the year where it can seem like there isn’t an awful lot going on in sports, at least compared to other seasons. The NFL season is already long over and by Independence Day, so are the the NBA and NHL seasons. MLB is a couple months away from…

Flat Out This Is A Boring World Series

By | Oct 30, 2010

I called it when the LCS series were coming to a close. If the San Francisco Giants and Texas Rangers both advanced to the World Series to play against each other, it would be hands down the most boring Fall Classic in baseball history. After Games 1 and 2, I rest my case. The most…

Texas In The Big Show

By | Oct 23, 2010

Last night, the Texas Rangers closed out the New York Yankees 6-1 in Game 6 of the ALCS to advance to the team’s first World Series appearance in franchise history. That includes their predecessors the Washington Senators as well. Unbelievable. Who would’ve thought this Rangers team could even get by the Rays in the ALDS?…

MLB Playoffs Living Up To Excitement

By | Oct 16, 2010

As the League Championship Series begin, it’s real hard not to get excited about what’s transpired so far in this year’s baseball postseason. Some nay-sayers might think that since two of the LDS series were sweeps and only one went five games that it has not been thrilling to watch. Quite the contrary. Here’s just…

The Sprint Is On

By | Sep 11, 2010

A major league baseball season is often compared to a marathon – 162 games where the standings can change at any point and time. Being in first place in April is as impressive and relevant as getting an A on an open book test. In other words, it is nonimpressive and irrevelant towards the season…

Asinine People In Professional Sports

By | Sep 4, 2010

In a world of egos and large salaries, it shouldn’t be a big shock that professional sports is full of “MLJ’s” (Major League Jerks). However, what transpired with Atlanta Braves closer Billy Wagner about a week ago really turns me the wrong way, as it should every baseball fan. Wagner was doing mop-up work in…