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Yankees: Do you want Alex Rodriguez to get suspended?

Do you want Alex Rodriguez to get suspended or not? Personally, I do not want A-Rod to serve anytime away from the New York Yankees, but the likelihood of him getting fully absolved is slim. Still, the punishment, for what I am not exactly sure still, cannot be any longer than 65-games, if even . […]

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 Power Rankings – Week 8

And the baseball drama continues, as no division is safe in the 2012 season. Competition is ridiculously fierce, but the injuries are getting out-of-hand. Teams have to continue on without their stars, like the Phillies sans ace Roy Halladay; the dominating Dodgers without their dominator Matt Kemp; and the Cardinals add Lance Berkman to 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 […]

MLB: Steroids Are Still Baseball’s Dirty Mistress

When ESPN reported the news that 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun had tested positive for PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) it reminded me that baseball still had a dirty mistress. I knew back on January 11, 2010 that MLB commissioner Bud Selig might have spoken too soon about the end of the steroid era, when he told NY Time’s Mike Schmidt: […]

NL MVP To Ryan Braun Screw You Matt Kemp

The BBWAAvoters really screwed up this time. I mean the AL MVP debate was at least passable, but everybody knew who the NL MVP for the 2011 season was going to be. It would seem that the BBWAA’s blunders are coming from letting their wishes interpret all duties by having an open mind. It was […]