On Wednesday, July 9, 2008Filed Under: MLB General
In the world of sports, there is nothing riskier than making that big trade. Then again, trades can also be extremely rewarding. Just think of how much thought, struggle and heartache goes into each trade you make in your fantasy league and then add the pressure of million dollar salaries, job security and [...]
On Friday, April 18, 2008Filed Under: Houston Astros
Miguel Tejada came clean on Wednesday and admitted to pulling a Danny Almonte. Turns out that Tejada lied to Oakland when he first entered the league, but after arriving in Houston where they wanted all his information, he decided that he didn’t “want to lie to them.” Oh, and ESPN totally busted him.
On Friday, March 28, 2008Filed Under: Oakland A's
We know that fans should never ever become physically involved in any sporting event and we agree that anyone who does decide to interfere with the game should be punished, but we’re having a hard time swallowing this latest fan fallout.
Roland Flores got peeved during an Oakland/Anaheim game last year, lost his cool [...]
On Wednesday, July 18, 2007Filed Under: Philadelphia Phillies
1. Bring on the Hit Parade: Baseball can be a strange sport sometimes. Going into to Tuesday’s game against the Phillies, the Dodgers had a five-game winning streak going and the best record in the NL. But Philadelphia made them look like a Triple-A team with a 15-3 blowout win. The Phils recorded 26 hits, [...]
On Wednesday, June 27, 2007Filed Under: Cleveland Indians
1. Losing streak over–not!: It seemed like the A’s recent slide would end as they led the Indians 5-3 going into the ninth inning on Tuesday. But Cleveland rallied for the win, taking a share of the division lead in the process. A two-run double by Travis Hafner tied the score up, then a three-run [...]