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A Troubling Look At Pitchers After Two Year Absences
The Mets are going into 2017 with a large number of question marks surrounding their pitching staff. Matt Harvey’s problem with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Zack Wheeler’s fight to establish himself after missing two full seasons recovering from multiple elbow surgeries are the two biggest concerns. Of course you also have the questions regarding Steven […]

2017 World Baseball Classic: Team USA advances to final round with win over Dominican Republic
A pair of highlight-reel plays helped the Americans advance over the defending champions. Fans following the World Baseball Classic closely momentarily panicked on Saturday. When Team USA manager Jim Leyland released his lineu...

2017 Tigers player preview: Was bringing back Alex Avila the right decision?
Avila followed up a disappointing 2015 with a serviceable performance last season. Reactions were mixed when the Detroit Tigers decided to part ways with Alex Av...

Looking at the Yankee Offense via Steamer
Insert cliche about anticipation here. As we’ve been over since the last out of the World Series was recorded, we’re ready for baseball to begin again, aren’t we? That snowstorm last week may have made us feel trapped in winter for a few days, but the calendar is ticking away and we’re getting closer to […] The post Looking at the Yankee Offense v...


Always negative, always insist the sky is falling.


The sickening thing is, they aren't even bothering to hide their extreme bias anymore. Dershowitz has been doing a fine job actually explaining the law of late, sans politics.

Sunday Bird Droppings
Only 15 days until Opening Day, a uniform number worn by Orioles such as Davey Johnson, Jamie Quirk and even Matt Wieters for a season. And what a night of up...

Today in Tribe History: March 19, 1974
The Indians re-acquire starting pitcher Jim Perry in a three-team trade, uniting the 37-year-old with his younger brother Gaylord Perry for the first time since their high school days in Williamston, North Carolina, in 1956. In order to get Perry ... Read More

Minor League Baseball Affiliates to Settle the Great Pizza Debate
Minor league baseball affiliates of the Chicago Cubs and New York Mets are hosting dueling pizza nights in separate ballparks to settle the great pizza debate of Chicago-style deep-dish versus New York-style thin crust. There are many passionate food debates in this country. The current (and long-running) debate raging on Twitter is whether a hot […] Minor League Basebal...

World Baseball Classic: USA Advances to Semifinals; Dominican Republic Eliminated
In a win-or-go-home matchup, Team USA eliminated the defending World Baseball Classic champion Team Dominican Republic with a 4-3 victory, Saturday in the final game of pool play. Team USA right fielder Giancarlo Stanton‘s laser shot, two-run home run propelled a 6-3 win over Team Dominican Republic, Saturday night. The win earned USA the final spot […]

Morning Briefing: DeGrom Looks To Continue Big Spring, Who Has Earned The Last Bench Spot?
Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Mets will send Jacob deGrom to the mound today as he will face off against Jose Urena and the Miami Marlins. Rafael Montero also is slated to pitch in this game as he looks to rebound from his previous appearance and make a push for a spot in […]


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The Spring Prospect-ish Round-Up, 3/19
Let’s talk about the pitchers First, Some Injury News Jae-gyun Hwang has been scratched because of a head contusion. Got hit by a bad hop grounder in BP. Gi...

Red Sox History: Carl Yastrzemski Named Starting Left Fielder
It is always difficult to replace a legend. That is exactly the task that Carl Yastrzemski had to face as a rookie, when he was named the Red Sox starting left fielder on this day in 1961. The time had come for Ted Williams to call it a career. One of the greatest players, not […] Red Sox History: Carl Yastrzemski Named Starting Left Fielder -


Still trying to convince everyone he's not an unpatriotic fool. An intelligent person keeps unpopular opinions to himself. Attention whores do not. Not many teams even pretend to want an attention whore, underachieving ones even moreso. The hell with him.

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