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Food for Thought 5-8-2012

Photo coutesy of zimbio.com. Albert Pujols (pictured above) and the Los Angeles Angels have not had much to celebrate during the early going of the 2012 season. Will the Angels turn things around and begin to live up to expectations?

By Josh Kramer

Is it me or has the MLB been turned upside down?  Derek Jeter is batting over 400 at age 37.  Albert Pujols has one home run (he finally hit one on Sunday).  And Ryan Dempster leads the National League in ERA (all of these stats were heading into play yesterday).  How about the current standings though?

Cellar Dwellers:

-Philadelphia “We are the cream of the crop in the NL East” Phillies

-Chicago “We have fun at Wrigleyville” Cubs

-San Diego “This is not a shocker” Padres

-Boston “We are always a contender” Red Sox

-Minnesota “Ron Gardenhire is a savior” Twins

-Los Angeles “World Series Favorite” Angels

Divisional Leaders:

-Washington “Never gone over 500” Nationals

-St. Louis “Albert Pujols-less” Cardinals

-Los Angeles “Divorced” Dodgers

-Baltimore “We play in the same division as New York and Boston” Orioles

-Cleveland “We are more famous for a movie” Indians

-Texas “Going for a three-peat” Rangers Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer Four years and 56 million dollars is a large chunk of change.  Back on December 3, 2010, that amount is what the Chicago White Sox offered Adam Dunn, aka the “Big Donkey,” to come play in Chicago.  At the … Continue reading

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By Josh Kramer The MLB season is truly a journey.  Lots can happen in the six month regular season rollercoaster. It is no secret that outside of Adam Dunn, Dan Uggla, the big off-season acquisition for the Atlanta Braves, was completely tanking … Continue reading

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Photo courtesy of sportsillustrated.cnn.com. By Josh Kramer Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn is struggling in every sense of the word.  He appears to be experiencing the MLB version of a mid-life crisis. Dunn is a player who has dealt … Continue reading