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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

Yes, the Nationals are this good

The Nationals are tied with the Dodgers for the best record in the National League at 18-9. Yes, the Nationals are that good. Yes, the Nationals are good enough to be leading the NL east. Yes, the Nationals should be among the top in baseball all season. Their starting pitching is amazing. Detwiler and Gonzalez … Continue reading

It was a bad relationship from the start…

When your manager says that he “loves” or appreciates a dictator of any kind, simply suspending him for five games isn’t serving justice. Ozzie Guillen was a bad decision from the start. Yes he can be funny sometimes, and he can relate to the Latin community that encompasses the Little Havana¬†neighborhood¬†that the new Miami Marlins … Continue reading

Best. Weekend. Ever.

Baseball is back! Recap of why this weekend has exceeded I hope almost every baseball fan’s expectations so far: Yoenis Cespedes has two homers. Albert Pujols went hitless. Almost two no-hitters. A sixteen inning game. Mariano Rivera blew his first save opportunity of the season. Jose Valverde who saved 49 games last season in 49 … Continue reading

Predicting the Madness

March Madness wasn’t to bad for me because my champion, Kentucky, still has a shot at winning it all. However, predicting what will happen over the next six months, I think, will be much harder. Well, here I go. Divisions – NATIONAL LEAGUE: NL West: 1. Arizona Diamondbacks, 2. Los Angeles Dodgers, 3. San Francisco … Continue reading

The best has yet to come…

2011 might have been the best season in baseball ever thus far; however, it won’t come close to the 2012 season that is approaching. 2011 recap: Cardinals and Rays surge into the postseason. The St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series despite being a strike away from going home, twice. Albert Pujols bought a ten … Continue reading