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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 […]

Red Sox John Lackey Needs Tommy John

Well, the good times are no longer rolling up in Boston as the Red Sox clubhouse turned frat-house will be without one founding member for the 2012 season, pitcher John Lackey. Ben Cherington confirmed the news during his first official press conference as Boston’s new GM. Cherington said that Dr. Lewis Yocum out in Los […]

MLB: Interleague Play Debate Continues

There has been a continuing debate between media, fans, players etc. whether MLB should change the rules that apply during Interleague Play about the Designated Hitter and strength of schedule. Just in case let’s look at the factors: What is interleague play? Interleague play is a Major League Baseball term that indicates when regular season […]

New York Yankees: West Coast Road Trip Schedule

Following winning the rubber game 7-3 to take the series against the Toronto Blue Jays, the New York Yankees are on their way out West for the first time in 2011. Here is the schedule for the next three series on the other coast: DATE VS. TIME (EST) PROBABLE PITCHERS Friday, May 27th @ Seattle […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Since the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim lost the 2009 ALCS to the New York Yankees, the ball-club has not been the one baseball fans were accustomed too. Two sluggish off-seasons, sandwiching a missing 2010 post-season, which had only happened once before in the previous seven seasons, is not being taken lightly out in Los […]

Why Nobody Told Me Steroids Makes You More Popular Too?

  My basic question is to the MLB, is busting players past or present so publicly actually making an impact on the public in a good way? It sure doesn’t seem to be doing the job or having the influence I presume all involved so heavily is looking for. I actually heard on Mike Francesca […]