By Josh Kramer We all knew it was just a matter of time. An inevitable occurrence. There are not too many certainties in the MLB these days. I mean who saw the Cardinals winning the World Series, much less making … Continue reading →
A rivalry renewed on Friday. All eyes in the baseball world will be on Fenway Park (pictured above) come Friday, as the Yankees and Red Sox square off for the first time of the 2011 season.
It’s another Monday. And what a great week of sports in store for the upcoming 7 days. Championship games, MLB Action, NFL Court Cases, and I could go on. Strap in, because this week will be a wild ride.
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Last evening, the Yankees and Rays continued to battle it out in what is becoming the most exciting rivalry in the game of baseball (at least for this year). For the second straight evening, a game was won in extra innings. … Continue reading →