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The young and the restless

Mike Trout and Bryce Harper. They are so young, and yet the way they play it seems like they are veterans. Whether it is Harper hustling or Trout’s ability to make it to the majors so quickly on a team that many people picked to win it all this year. These two young stars have … Continue reading

__________ Is The New Owner Of The Dodgers

In the next week or so, newspapers all over the country will be able to fill in the blank that currently exists in the title of this blog post. Today, the MLB approved the three finalists to buy the Dodgers and possibly as soon as tomorrow evening, the auction will be over, and so will … Continue reading

Spring Training… aka “Heaven”

When you go to your local baseball stadium for a good ol’ version of America’s pastime, you are surrounded by tens of thousands of “die-hard” baseball fans. When you go to spring training, you are actually surrounded by thousands of die-hard fans, notice the lack of quotations. If you think you are a die-hard baseball … Continue reading

The Prince of Motown

Well, it’s been so long that I forgot my password. After a three week hiatus, I’m back. This first post in three weeks, and the second of the new year will be about the new prince of motown, Prince Fielder and the new King of Texas, Yu Darvish. 9 years, $214MM dollars. That could be … Continue reading

And we have Joe Torre!

After taking the last week off as I ventured around the country I am back. Today’s post will be about the recent reports that Joe Torre has quit his job with the MLB to pursue the ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers. When McCourt announced he was going to sell the team, Mark Cuban was … Continue reading

International Free Agency

What if there was a draft for international players? Wouldn’t it just be something like 5 rounds? Would it be affective? Is it really fair? Recently, MLB owners and the¬†commissioner’s¬†office have been discussing the idea of a draft for international free agents. I think this idea is horrible. I have two solutions: 1. Include international … Continue reading