June 22, 2015 0

  By: Caleb Luketic The Yankees designated hitter, Alex Rodriguez, crushed a solo shot in the first inning of Friday’s game against Justin Verlander and the Tigers, but it wasn’t an ordinary home run because […]

What Is Wrong In Boston?

June 19, 2015 0

By: Chandler Ragsdale I am a Boston Red Sox fan, and as of right now I am shocked to see how they have been performing of late. They are currently 28-39, which gives them the […]

Good History, Bad History

June 12, 2015 0

By: LaShawn Encarnacion aka The Dark Knight of Sports In the world of baseball and MLB, players are continuing to pass milestones that are epic among baseball record books and the history that was once […]


June 9, 2015 0

By: Chandler Ragsdale Some of us might not even know what this word, “ambidextrous” even means. It means that a person can use both of their hands the same, so they are neither left-handed or […]

Nothing Left to Stop Bryce Harper

June 6, 2015 0

By: Nick Thorp For the last three weeks Bryce Harper has been on the definition of a streak in the NL East. He sees everything as clear as day, and has been punishing pitcher after […]

The Battle of the AL Central

June 1, 2015 0

By: Chandler Ragsdale The AL Central at the beginning of the season was thought out to be either the Kansas City Royals or the Detroit Tigers’ division for the taking. Most likely followed by maybe […]

Are the Astros Back?

May 18, 2015 0

By: Chandler Ragsdale In recent years when this team was mentioned in a baseball conversation a couple of chuckles would usually come up. Not only this, but also an image of the worst team in the […]

Is Tim Lincecum back?

April 17, 2015 0

By: Jacob Fain When looking at most starting pitchers in the Major leagues most of them have one thing in common; they’re very tall. Just look at our last MVP Clayton Kershaw. the man stands […]

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