3 more Walk-offs

3 more Walk-offs

MLB 2010 | 25 May 2010

Sunday produced three more walk-offs to this 2010 season. In Washington, the Baltimore Orioles battled back from a 3-1 deficit to tie the game at 3-3 in the ninth off Nationals closer Matt Capps (it was his first blown save of the season).

Rockies get their first no-no & the Cards and Mets play 20

Rockies get their first no-no & the Cards and Mets play 20

Major League Baseball | 18 Apr 2010

In Atlanta, the Braves were treated to history as Colorado Rockies hurler Ubaldo Jimenez pitched a no-hitter, the first in Rockies history. Despite walking six, Jimenez struck out seven and was electric the entire outing. His last pitch of the game was to Brian McCann at 97 mph. Jimenez threw 128 pitches in the 4-0 Read the Rest…

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…

Offensive free agents still on the market

Offensive free agents still on the market

Major League Baseball | 13 Feb 2010

With spring training less than a week away and the team trucks already en route to either Arizona or Florida destinations, there are still quite a few quality free agents on the market. Let’s first look at some of the hitters. I remember Russell Branyan when he was coming up through the minor leagues with Read the Rest…