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2014 Preview and Predictions: NL West

The National League West is home to arguably the most loaded team in baseball, and yes that is a pun. Here is how I predict the NL West will look at the end of the 2014 season: *Division winner – **Wild Card Los Angeles Dodgers – Admittedly, I am still drooling over the Dodgers 46-10 […]

Yankees Hot Stove: If you were Tanaka wouldn’t you go to the Dodgers?

Author Nicholas Sparks once wrote, “Truth only means something when it’s hard to admit.”  New York Yankees fans need to embrace the above because reality is the only time Japanese pitching phenom Masahiro Tanaka will be pitching in the Bronx is when his team is sitting in the visitor’s dugout. I hate to be 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 […]

2011 MLB All-Star Rosters Announced

American League: Starters: Alex Avila (C, Detroit Tigers), Adrian Gonzalez (1B, Boston Red Sox), Robinson Cano (2B, New York Yankees), Alex Rodriguez (3B, New York Yankees), Derek Jeter (SS, New York Yankees), David Ortiz (DH, Boston Red Sox), Jose Bautista (OF, Toronto Blue Jays), Curtis Granderson (OF, New York Yankees) and Josh Hamilton (OF, Texas […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

From an internal mess, to Manny being Manny, to key players hitting the DL, was reality for the 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers. Talk about a ruff regular season, and then having to watch your bitter rivals win the World Series definitely put the icing on the cake for the Dodgers. Overall, not a good year […]

2011 Spring Training: Yankees Lose Cervelli, New York Finally Gets A Manny

Friday, March 4th…. was the first match-up between the oldest rivals in sports, New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox won 5-3, but that doesn’t matter because it is Spring Training and half the Red Sox starters didn’t make the two-hour trip to Tampa. Still, lots to report from Yankee Camp. Pitching: […]