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Spring Recap: Wheeler Hits 97 MPH in Mets 3-1 Loss
The New York Mets traveled to West Palm Beach to take on the Nationals at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, where they were defeated by the score of 3-1. Pitching Zack Wheeler made his second start of the spring. His velocity on his fastball sat around 94-95 MPH, and hit 96 and 97 at […]

Brandon Nimmo Could Return From Hamstring Injury on Saturday
According to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, New York Mets outfielder Brandon Nimmo could return to Grapefruit League play as soon as Saturday. Nimmo suffered a right hamstring pull while playing for Italy in the WBC, but has recovered quicker than initially expected. Nimmo tested out the hamstring on Wednesday by hitting and running and felt […]

Mets Need to Become Clinical to Win World Series
The New York Mets came so close to glory in the 2015 season, only to be defeated by the Kansas City Royals in the World Series in a 4-1 loss. The Mets battled past the Los Angeles Dodgers in the Divisional Series and then the Chicago Cubs in the National League Championship series, securing a […] The post Mets Need to Become Clinical to Win World Series appeared first on

Yoenis Cespedes: I’m Finally Home
For a man with immense talent, Yoenis Cespedes has been well traveled early in his baseball career. Cespedes, who’s been in MLB for five years, has already played for Oakland, Boston, Detroit and the Mets. Thanks to the Players’ Tribune, we know he feels at home, according to an article published today by Cespedes himself. […] The post Yoenis Cespedes: I’m Finally Home appear...

Pre-Gamin’: Cubs at Dodgers (3:05 CT) – Lineup, Broadcast Info, Game Thread
Cubs v. Dodgers. Let's go. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]

The Spoils
Most of the championship dust has settled by now. The White House? Been there, done that. New tats? See Javy B. All that remains for the team itself is presentation of the rings and that will happen in due course once the season is underway. We fans have our feet back on the ground, right, and are girding for defense of the long...

What does Statcast’s catch probability tell us about Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner?
Barring injury or a last minute Spring Training trade, when the 2017 regular season begins, the Yankees will have Brett Gardner in left field and Jacoby Ellsbury in center field. That’s been the regular arrangement for three years now. The Yankees will have some things to figure out once prospects like Clint Frazier or Dustin […] The post


100% true. NPR is a bit left of Marx. The government has no place funding the arts, because one's idea of art is another's idea of trash. No one has any idea what these various departments even do. We need to stop pretending the government needs to take money from those who earn it. Defend the country and leave it be.


Doug Collins on ESPN finally said what I've been thinking...that the Bucks being a far better defensive team since Jabari Parker was injured is directly related to Parker being a below average defender and not coincidental. His defensive rating is 111 (100 is average), so questioning his D is far from a random observation.


One game in, my perfect bracket hopes are destroyed. Princeton loses by 2. I forget who said it, but last year, one of the guys who won a ESPN or similar contest said it's fine to pick a few upsets in the 1st round, but for amateurs, it's best to have 15 or 16 of the top 4 seeds making it through to the sweet 16, because history shows at least 12-14 of them will get through, and it's too risky to try and predict more than 1 of them. Makes sense. EDIT: My other...


Thomas Sowell hits the nail on the head. They keep insisting bad economic policy will work, and when it doesn't, they insist it will next time. It'd be funny if it wasn't so sad.

Cactus League 2017 Game Thread: Rockies host the Los Angeles Angels
Tyler Chatwood set for the start opposite Garrett Richards. The Colorado Rockies (10-8) will take on the Los Angeles Angels (10-8) in Cactus League action...

Rockies’ Nolan Arenado among favorites to win National League MVP
Bovada also listed odds for three other Rockies players Hello sports fans. I’m sure you are all having a wonderful day paying attention to another major American sporting event, but can I interject a little bit of news into your day that is baseball related? I promise, if you’ve caught some...

World Baseball Classic 2017: Bracket, Thursday’s schedule, and scores
Team USA prevailed over Venezuela last night. Now Cargo and the Venezuelans need a win over the Dominican Republic to have a puncher’s chance of moving on to the finals. The World Baseball Classic seems to have been all about late i...

Padres Spring Training 2017: Game Preview 03/16 vs. Royals
The Padres are back in Peoria this afternoon. Rotation hopeful Trevor Cahill will get the start against the visiting

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