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
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Cubs and Dodgers split at Wrigley Field, series heads to LA at 1-1

The first two games of the National League Championship Series were tales of two completely different games. The Los Angeles Dodgers got the much-needed split on the road and now will host the Chicago Cubs for the next three games. The first game of the series had all the flare, heroics and drama that many were hoping for before this... Read More
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Cubs vs Dodgers with NL Pennant on the line

No matter which team represents the National League in the World Series, the winner of the NL pennant will end a World Series drought. The Chicago Cubs will be looking to make their first trip to the Fall Classic since 1945. They will be looking to win the World Series for the first time since 1908. This is the second... Read More
MLB 

The top 10 starting pitchers in the National League

Pitchers and catcher have started reporting to camp and we are right around the corner from baseball season being back. Yesterday, I took a look at the top 10 American League starting pitchers and today I’m back with my top 10 National League starting pitchers. 10. Stephen Strasburg – Washington Nationals 2015 Stats: 11-7, 3.46 ERA, 127.1 IP, 155 K,... Read More
Thoughts of The Day 

Thoughts of the Day 6/19/2014

Thoughts of the Day is back! There is a lot to get to in the sports world, so without further adieu, let’s get started! Clayton Kershaw may have pitched the best game of all time last night. Kershaw added to his incredible young career last night when he tossed his first no-hitter in dominating fashion, with 15 strikeouts and no walks.... Read More
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