Division Leaders, Division Winners?

Most teams have played around 10 games so far, or about 6% of their season. Yet struggling fanbases in New York and Los Angeles are already fearing the worst, and fans in Boston and Pittsburgh are already seeing visions of October in their dreams. Wins are wins, but early season form isn't the best indicator... Continue Reading →

Case of the Mondays: One Week To Go

I'm back from vacation, and thus the baseball banter must return. Here's a six-pack of topics to get you ready for the final week of the 2017 regular season! Who's In? Just three spots remain up for grabs in the 2017 Postseason. While the AL East has yet to crown a winner, both the Red... Continue Reading →

Are the Twins for Real?

Fans in the Twin Cities have had a pretty good week so far, sweeping the red-hot Orioles in a three-game series. The offense came on strong for fourteen runs in game one, and in game three Jose Berrios (3-0, 1.66 ERA) continued his scorching start to the season. In between, Ervin Santana (7-2, 1.80 ERA) pitched his... Continue Reading →

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