MLB 

Springer’s late-inning heroics send World Series back to Houston all tied up

The Houston Astros were five outs away from facing an 0-2 deficit in the World Series. However, resiliency and heroics would not allow that to happen. The Astros forced extra innings after getting two runs on Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen. Then in extras, there were a total of five home runs hit, with the biggest blast coming off the bat... Read More
MLB Nationals 

The future of baseball is in good hands

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout’s careers will forever be linked together. If you are a fan of baseball, this is a good thing. On Monday night, the young, superstar duo yet again made headlines and further etched their names in the history books. Harper launched career home run No. 150, which makes him the 13th player in MLB history to... Read More
MLB 

The rich get richer at the MLB Trade Deadline

How can you top a month in which you finished 20-3? Oh, just by bolstering your starting rotation and adding bullpen depth at the trade deadline. The Los Angeles Dodgers entered Monday’s MLB Trade Deadline sporting the MLB’s best record at 74-31. They could have easily just stood idle and likely would have been fine heading into the last two... Read More
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Cooperstown to receive three new inductees

On Wednesday night, Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez received the call letting them know they would be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, class of 2017. A player gets 10 years of eligibility on the ballot before being removed and needs at least 75 percent of the votes to get inducted. Bagwell received 86.2 percent of the... Read More
MLB 

Is this just the beginning for the Cubs?

It’s been nearly a week since the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, but that week pales in comparison to the 108 year wait that fans have had to endure.  In one of the best Game 7’s in the history of sports, the Cubs were able to outlast the Cleveland Indians in 10 innings to hoist the Commissioners Trophy. The... Read More
MLB 

Russell’s bat, Arrieta’s pitching help Cubs force Game 7

If you have no rooting interest in the World Series and are just a baseball fan overall, Wednesday night will be a fun and special evening. The Cubs yet again staved off elimination in Game 6 and routed the Indians 9-2. Now, on Wednesday night at Progressive Field, baseball fans will get to hear the two best words in all... Read More
MLB 

Cubs stave off elimination, force Game 6 in Cleveland

This series has been as good as advertised through the first five games. Cleveland was able to take the first two games at Wrigley Field to take a commanding 3-1 lead. Chicago staved off elimination in Game 5 to force the series back east to Progressive Field. Chicago isn’t out of the woods just yet, but did exactly what they... Read More
MLB 

Series tied heading to Wrigley Field

The World Series is all squared up at 1-1 heading back to Wrigley Field for Games three through five. The Cleveland Indians were able to take Game 1 and had Progressive field rockin’ and rollin’ all night, but the Chicago Cubs took home-field advantage by quieting that crowd and getting the win in Game 2. In Game 1, the pitching... Read More
MLB 

Cubs vs Indians: Keys to winning the World Series

No matter which team walks away victorious in the World Series, the winner will end an extremely long drought. For the Chicago Cubs, they haven’t won a World Series since 1908 (108 years) and haven’t even reached the Fall Classic since 1945. The Cleveland Indians last appeared in the World Series in 1997 where they were an out away from... Read More
MLB 

The Cleveland Indians are World Series bound

This year has been extremely generous to Cleveland sports fans and that can continue over the next couple of weeks. After the Cleveland Cavaliers won their first NBA championship in June, the Indians now have a chance to win the World Series four months later. The last time a city has seen its NBA and MLB franchises win a championship... Read More
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