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

AL Central Update 8/11-8/18

On Thursday July 31st, the Detroit Tigers roster looked invincible. They had just acquired Tampa Bay’s ace David Price and were easily in control of the American League Central. Experts were pegging them as serious World Series contenders with a pitching staff made of three aces (Price, Max Scherzer, and Justin Verlander) and a batting order fueled by right and… Read More

Toe to Toe With Justin Verlander

The 2013 Major League Baseball postseason has been filled with great pitching performances. In the first 26 games of the postseason, there have been seven shutouts, including four 1-0 games. Two of those 1-0 games have happened in the American League Championship Series between the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers. The latest 1-0 game came in Game Three. The… Read More
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