.@davidortiz tips his cap to @fenwaypark after his final game #RedSox #WBZ pic.twitter.com/W6Kj8ur5FA — Joe Giza (@JoeGiza) October 11, 2016 Not the way any of us wanted to see David Ortiz end his career. Boston gets swept out of the playoffs by their former manager’s
What’s with the rainouts. The MLB schedule gets two rainouts in two days throwing off the schedule a little bit. There will be three games tomorrow with Boston-Cleveland a step behind. Interested to see how the Dodgers-Nats handle the turn around time and if Cubs
Good news for baseball fans, the last two games of the day were much better than the first two. National League seems stronger across the board versus American League, but what the hell do I know. Cubs 1 Giants 0 Player of the Game: Johnny
This is a out a little later than I would have wanted to be but here we go. Thoughts on the National League will follow. Blue Jays 5 Rangers 4 Player of the Game: Roberto Osuna – What a set of nuts on Toronto’s closer.
With the MLB Playoffs, I’m going to do a little differently than what we’ve done in the past. If a big moment happens like what the Giants did on Wednesday or the whole saga with Tuesday’s game, I’ll hope to have it blogged that day.
Livan Hernandez will out throw out the ceremonial first pitch for NLDS Game 1, per @VCamillo_Nats. Game 2: Drake and Adam LaRoche. Wow. — Chris Lingebach (@ChrisLingebach) October 5, 2016 Goddamn, I thought I was done with that pipsqueak Drake LaRoche. What a weirdo this
In a press conference held this morning, the Milwaukee Brewers unveiled plans for a complete transformation of the food and beverage hospitality experience at Miller Park. The project will be the single largest upgrade to Miller Park by the club in every measure, from scope
VIDEO: Conor Gillaspie conecta el jonrón de su vida para llevar a los @SFGigantes a la Serie Divisional. https://t.co/mfm6kDAxjL #Postseason pic.twitter.com/OaY3oAMAT6 — LasMayores (@LasMayores) October 6, 2016 Just when you think San Francisco Giants couldn’t pull the Even Year bullshit, they did it in the
like FOX Sports C.J. Nitkowski. He calls a good game, and he’s been enjoyable when on Jay & Dan’s podcast. But he likes to talk down to those who haven’t played the game. Case in point last night, he criticized the haters of Buck Showalter.
This is a generalization, but the fact is Toronto can’t keep it together during postseason baseball. For the second straight year, Toronto found a way to show their ass in a playoff game. Last year, they threw debris on the field during a controversial call