A Weekend to Remember

September 30, 2013

By Will Martin Even with the playoffs about to commence later this week for Major League Baseball there is a sense of sadness among the purists who love the game as the field now becomes […]

Baseball’s Best in 2013

August 22, 2013

By Mark Miller Watching the All-Star Game back on July 16 reminded baseball fans of the beauty of the game and wide variety of talent the sport features in 2013. From the stellar defense of […]

Too Late the Hero

August 19, 2013

By Will Martin Eighteen years have now elapsed since an iconic figure in the world of sports has passed from liver cancer and complications thereof. In 1981 his name was one of three honorably mentioned […]

Why A-Rod Should Fight His Suspension

August 8, 2013

By Rodney Fisher Sentencing from the Biogenesis scandal is expected to dominate sports this upcoming week. With Ryan Braun already suspended until his huge contract kicks in next season, the baseball world will be focused […]

MLB: Hall-of-Fame Silence

August 5, 2013

By Rodney Fisher For those who are not diehard baseball fans or historians of the game, Major League Baseball held their Hall-of-Fame induction ceremony in Cooperstown, New York recently. Normally a big sports story, but […]

The All-Asterisk Game?

July 16, 2013

By Will Martin Up until about 2009 count me as among the many who would pore over every statistical factoid that tied into baseball’s midsummer classic. The starting pitchers, the lineups, the futures games amongst […]

Buyers and Sellers in the MLB Trade Market

June 28, 2013

By Rodney Fisher This time of year baseball starts to take center stage in the world of sports. The NBA has wrapped up it’s long season, NFL has not started to dominate the headlines, and […]

Big Money Ball

May 15, 2013

Can Money Still Buy Wins in Major League Baseball? By Rodney Fisher For decades, Major League Baseball has been divided between the “haves” and the “have nots”. Teams in major markets with large revenue potential […]

AL Playoff Chase is Wide Open in 2013

April 7, 2013

By Mark Miller Combine a second wild-card spot with the surprise performances of some squads last season and major improvement of others this winter and spring and the result should be a wide open 2013 […]

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