Category Archives: MLB

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By Josh Kramer Streaky and potential are two words that have always disgusted me when it comes to professional athletes.  I realize that professional athletes are human and neither term is necessarily a bad thing.  But in this day and age, they both … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer Name one person that does not reside in Sugar Land, Texas, who had heard of the Sugar Land Skeeters last week at this time.  I can guarantee you would be hard pressed.  Surprisingly, there is a good … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer The “Melkman” has delivered all year long until yesterday.  San Francisco no longer has the services of their star left fielder.  Talk about a major blow to a team in the thick of the best divisional race in … Continue reading

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By Jeremy Powers The MLB season is a brutal one. Let’s be honest, whenever you have a schedule that consists of 162 games in 25 weeks, it’s going to be a roller coaster ride. Some teams, who fall out of … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer The MLB trade deadline is always a hectic time.  It could be the difference between winning a World Series (see the Cardinals, 5 acquisitions at deadline in 2011) or coming up just short.  In the last four years, … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer The fairy tale story that is the baseball career of Barry Larkin will conclude in the most grandiose of style this afternoon.  Only this is not a fictional story.  This is Barry Larkin’s reality.  We have known it … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer 119 wins.  Three All-Star Game appearances.  One Cy Young Award.  Those were the key numbers in Cliff Lee’s outstanding career heading into play yesterday.  Cliff Lee had appeared in 13 games heading into play on Independence Day.  … Continue reading