This Year’s MLB Playoffs Format Stinks

September 21, 2012

By Martin Iheke As the 2012 Major Baseball League regular season comes to a close, we as fans look forward to the postseason, especially if our favorite teams qualify. You all of a sudden pay […]

The Epic Fall of Bobby Valentine

September 14, 2012

By C.J. Gardner Bobby Valentine was brought in to manage to Red Sox to provide some hope. After last years collapse, Valentine was thought to be a fresh face that would turn things around. After […]

A Look At The AL Contenders

July 26, 2012

With the MLB trade deadline looming on the horizon and a new playoff format there are certainly less sellers in the market at this time than usual. In the American League there are several more […]

No More Playing Around

July 13, 2012

The 2012 MLB All-Star Game decided which league would have home field advantage come the World Series in October. Baseball spectators have one question that they are asking about the MLB All-Star game. Should an […]

40 Years, 40 Great Rangers

July 13, 2012

Since the expansion franchise Washington Senators decided to head to the Metroplex in 1972 we have had a chance to see some amazing individuals on and off of the diamond in Arlington. Here is my […]

Rangers At The All-Star Break

July 11, 2012

At the All-Star break in 2010, the Texas Rangers had a 50-38 record after dropping their previous four games yet led the American League West division by 4.5 games on their way to losing the […]

Beast of Addiction

February 8, 2012

On July 7th, 2011 at the Ballpark in Arlington a Brownwood firefighter named Shannon Stone fell after attempting to catch a ball thrown to him by Josh Hamilton. As I watched from home, I was […]

The Best Aren’t Always from the West

January 18, 2012

Sadaharu Oh– Racked up 868 home runs (that’s 154 more than Babe Ruth for those of you keeping score at home) in a career that spanned 22-years (1959-80). Oh also brought home 11 Japan Series […]

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