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?
-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
-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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Photo courtesy of fingerfood.typepad.com. By Josh Kramer Baseball has always been a game about the numbers. It is a sport where up until the steroid era, numbers and milestone markers such as the 500 home run club or the 3,000 … Continue reading →
Photo courtesy of MLB Blogs Network. Asdrubal Cabrera (pictured above) has been the only Indian hitting the ball as of late. The Indians, experiencing their first losing streak of the year will get to demonstrate their ability to bounce back in the Bronx later this week.
By Josh Kramer
Another wild week has come to a close in the wide world of sports. The French Open had an epic conclusion, the playoffs have been filled with down to the wire finishes and epic comebacks, and the MLB has been full of excitement. There is not really much more a sports fan could ask for. It is Monday and time to start another exciting week. Here are the top 5 items to keep an eye on for the week.
5. The WNBA is back in action. Now I fully realize that this League struggles to put butts in the seats and is a project that has never really taken off. But it is new and fresh at this point, with the season tipping off this past Friday. And regardless if you are a fan of women’s hoops, you have to admit that Candace Parker and Maya Moore can really play. It was fun watching two of the game’s biggest stars in the season opener will their respective teams. Continue reading →
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Tagged Adam Schefter, AL Central, AL East, AL West, Asdrubal Cabrera, Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, Candace Parker, Cleveland Indians, Dallas Mavericks, French Open, Maya Moore, Miami Heat, Minnesota Twins, MLB, NBA Finals, New York Yankees, NFL, Oakland A's, Roger Goodell, Stanley Cup, Vancouver Canucks, WNBA
It’s almost April, and you know what that means. The American pastime is ready to get under way. The first pitch will be thrown in a little over 24 hours. Major League Baseball features a grueling 162 game journey over a … Continue reading →
It is playoff eve in Cincinnati folks. For the first time in 15 years, the city of Cincinnati will have their home town team participating in postseason baseball. Now it is very easy to notice the excitement in fans, yet at … Continue reading →
Well we know one team that will be a divisional champion as head into the final 10 games of the season . Though many others are close to clinching, the Twins are the first team to solidify their place atop a division … Continue reading →