The Return of Nelson Cruz

June 5, 2014

By Will Martin An eight year run in Arlington that didn’t exactly end positive note for an ex Ranger. Being visited by a team loaded with ex-Rangers by way of Baltimore starting with skipper Buck […]

MLB: Under Cuban Influence

March 31, 2014

By Will Martin It’s interesting how certain things in life are among the absolutes in their path, description, or expectation. Like a duck takes to water, born to play a position, being placed somewhere that […]

MLB: Home Plate Collisions, Time to Act

February 26, 2014

By Steve Painter It’s one thing for there to be a good, clean, close play at home plate; but it’s another matter when a runner purposely tries to bowl over the catcher. And it’s time […]

Living Legend Hank Aaron

February 19, 2014

By Steve Painter This April 8th, when the Braves open their first home stand, there will be a ceremony honoring Hank Aaron on the 40th anniversary of becoming baseball’s home run king. He has done […]

What a Trip! Remembering Dock Ellis

February 19, 2014

By Steve Painter Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis was quite a character. He sported hair curlers in the dugout, took handfuls of amphetamines before games, and pitched a no-hitter on LSD. He was, in the […]

Who Will Replace Derek Jeter?

February 18, 2014

By Steve Painter Allow me to make one thing very clear: You can’t replace Jeter. How would you? He’s one of the greatest of all time. You can’t just get the scouts on the phone […]

A Look Back at Jim Fregosi

February 15, 2014

By Will Martin Lucky is the person who is able to live a life filled with dreams, aspirations, passion, support, and good people who help mold you along the way. The impact may be over […]

Cardinals Ready to Return to World Series

January 29, 2014

By Steve Painter The St. Louis Cardinals are most certainly a dynasty, similar to the Braves historic run in the 90’s and early in the 2000’s. GM John Mozeliak has once again tweaked the roster […]

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