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The Top 10 starting pitchers in the American League

By Eddie McDonald Spring is right around the corner which means baseball season is right around the corner. Today marked a day baseball fans everywhere were looking forward to as pitchers and catcher started reporting to their respective camps for the initial stages of spring training. Within a week the rest of the teams will join the pitchers and catchers... Read More
MLB NBA Thoughts of The Day 

TOD: World Series,NBA Predictions

In today’s edition of Thoughts of the Day, we have some predictions to make! The World Series started last night and so did the NBA season. Will it be the Mets or Royals ending their long streak of futility? Who will take home the Larry O’Brien Trophy in June? Let’s do it! Five predictions for the World Series Daniel Murphy... Read More

Pair of Game Fives Will Determine Who Advances to ALCS

The American League playoffs are fun and wild and that proves even truer as both series are going to a Game 5 to determine who advances to the American League Championship Series. The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays both forced a Game 5, staving off elimination on the road, defeating the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers respectively. Both... Read More

MLB Playoff Droughts Could End This Year

Playoff droughts are a common thing in professional sports, no matter the league. Year-after-year there are teams that can’t win a championship or even worse, make the playoffs. Droughts can either be so many years without a playoff berth or a championship. Either way, no franchise wants to endure championship and playoff droughts. In Major League Baseball there are teams... Read More

The Winners of the MLB Trade Deadline

The MLB trade deadline has once again come and gone, but not without a flurry of moves being made. Some teams who are right in the thick of things enhanced themselves, while others simply did not make the necessary moves that will land them one step closer to the ultimate prize in the game: a World Series ring. Let’s take... Read More

The Kansas City Royals Made the Right Moves Ahead of MLB Trade Deadline

The Kansas City Royals were 90 feet away from tying Game 7 of the World Series with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. However, the baseball Gods did not have that in mind as the San Francisco Giants were able to shut the door and win their third World Series in the past five seasons. Kansas City is... Read More

Fan Voting for the MLB All-Star Game Needs to Stop

If Major League Baseball wants to heighten the awareness and popularity of its All-Star Game, it needs to end the fan-voting, as odd as that sounds. The World Series is what every player and team is aiming for from the beginning of spring training. With that said, an exhibition game where the fans decide the starters should not determine which... Read More

Don’t Count Out Panik

We’ve seen many fantastic performances by rookies in the World Series over the years. Braves and Yankees fans alike will remember a 19-year-old Andruw Jones hitting two home runs in Game 1 of the 1996 World Series. Red Sox fans have venom for Jacoby Ellsbury now, but his .438 batting average and three RBI in the 2007 Fall Classic helped... 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

AL Central 6/9-6/15

There is one word to describe the American League Central Division since the end of May: inconsistent. Even the mighty Tigers have been subject to losing streaks and baseball woes. No team has been dominant or excellent throughout the last two weeks, which brings about a very important question: Who will win the AL Central? At this point, the race... Read More
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