Great Pitching Performances

Great Pitching Performances

MLB 2010 | 08 May 2010

There were two no-hit bids in baseball last night. The first was in Washington as Nationals starter Scott Olsen carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning.

Rain dampens games across the country

Rain dampens games across the country

Major League Baseball | 17 Apr 2010

Rain played a major part in games played Friday night. In New York, the Yankees and Texas Rangers completed just six innings when the game was finally called. The Yankees won 5-1 as CC Sabathia dominated in the complete game win. CJ Wilson of the Rangers was hurt by poor defense and infield hits (four Read the Rest…

Jackie Robinson Day

Jackie Robinson Day

Major League Baseball | 16 Apr 2010

Throughout baseball, Jackie Robinson was celebrated on Thursday. Fans, players, coaches, and umpires, young and old, regardless of race joined in the annual celebration. Robinson was a pioneer for African-American players and for all athletes who have fought for a dream. All players and coaches wore his retired number 42 and the umpires wore number Read the Rest…

LA Dodgers Wish List

LA Dodgers Wish List

Major League Baseball | 27 Dec 2009

The LA Dodgers faced adversity early in the season with Manny Ramirez’ 50-game performance-enhancing drug suspension. Despite missing their star player, the Dodgers surged into the National League West lead with the help of veteran outfielder Juan Pierre, his young outfield counterparts, Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier, and young first baseman James Loney. The other Read the Rest…

The Team to Beat

The Team to Beat

Major League Baseball | 22 Oct 2009

Phillies 10, Dodgers 4: Jimmy Rollins had stated in years past that the Phillies were the team to beat. After winning the 2008 World Series, they would BE the team to beat. Now that they are again the National League Champions for the second consecutive season and are defending their World Series title, they are Read the Rest…

NLCS Recap: Games 1 & 2

NLCS Recap: Games 1 & 2

Major League Baseball | 17 Oct 2009

Late in the game, Phillies fans sit on the edge of their seats, eyes covered, and holding their breath. It takes awhile to breathe a sigh of relief (if at all). Why should the playoffs be any different? Phillies 8, Dodgers 6: In the bottom of the 2nd inning, James Loney homered to give the Read the Rest…

King Albert Strikes Again

Major League Baseball | 01 Oct 2009

Is the National League MVP race even a race? Any other year, I would say that Florida Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez would win the award in a landslide with the type of season he is having. However, there is another player who is putting up Triple Crown numbers, along with good defense and his team Read the Rest…