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Archive of posts filed under the NL West category.

Yankees: Hughes saw the Puig show

I was supposed to see Hiroki Kuroda pitch last night vs. the LA Dodgers, but thanks to Mother Nature I had to endure another Phil Hughes catastrophe. After Tuesday night’s game got bumped making Wednesday a doubleheader, the older of the two starting pitchers traditionally picks the game he wants to start in. Kuroda picked […]

Yankees: 3 issues to watch for in Denver

The New York Yankees are in the Mile High City for a three game against the Colorado Rockies; a place they haven’t visited since 2007. The Yankees left New York after losing a tough series to Oakland, and now head into an unfamiliar ballpark already puts the team at a disadvantage. Here are three potential […]

2013 MLB Predictions: Yankees miss October to World Series Champ

Will the Yankees miss the playoff for the second time in 17 seasons? Who are the six favorites to win their respective division? Which four teams will be the Wild Cards? Are the World Series teams both from the West Coast? How do you predict the 2013 MLB Season will finish up? Here are my […]

Yankees Universe: Predictions wanted

The sport of baseball is in a fantastic place right now. The fact is that two of the 10-playoff berths only got locked up yesterday is absurd, considering there are only 12 -14 games left in the regular season. And the two teams who clinched spots were the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds, both NL teams from the East and […]

2012 MLB Power Rankings – Week 12

Another week closer to the half-way mark of the 2012 MLB season and teams are battling all over baseball. In the NL West the 2nd place Dodgers have hit just 6 homers, and the 1st place SF Giants made them miss Matt Kemp. In the AL West the Halos are leading almost every hitting category for the […]

2012 MLB Team Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

Last season the Los Angeles Dodgers dominated headlines for everything other than baseball. The team was still at the mercy of now ex-owner Frank McCourt, whose divorce was a literal soap opera and the team took the fall too. Still, the team put up an 82-79 record thanks to a great second-half of 2011, and […]