The White Sox soundly defeated the Kansas City Royals on Sunday to take the rubber match. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Down in St. Louis, the self-proclaimed “Best Fans in Baseball” and Cardinals’ ownership expects one thing: for the baseball team to win.
After Mike Matheny took the reigns as Cardinals’ manager following the Cardinals’ 2011 World Series championship, the Cardinals haven’t been able to quite reach that point again, and they are only getting worse.
On July 13, 2017, just one year to the date, the White Sox and the Cubs did something that had not been done since 2006; make a trade.
Two of the eight competitors in the 2018 Home Run Derby in Washington D.C. will be representing the Chicago Cubs this Monday.
It’s that time of the MLB season where fans in both the American League and the National League will get to participate in the final voting to elect one last position player in the all-star game for each league.
As the last days of the MLB All-Star Game voting draws to a close for position players, I wanted to look at 5 pitchers in each league (three starters, two relievers/closers) who I would vote to go to the Midsummer classic later this month. Continue reading
Yankees Destroy Red Sox, Win Series
The Yankees took the crucial rubber match against the Red Sox, scoring nine of their eleven runs off of homers. Catcher Kyle Higashioka launched his first career homer to go along with five other Yankees long balls. Aaron Hicks led the offense with three homers and four RBIs. Luis Severino pitched a gem, giving no runs and only two hits across 6 2/3 innings. Red Sox southpaw David Price, however, did not do so well, giving up eight runs (all earned) in 3 1/3 innings, as well as five of New York’s six home runs. Continue reading