Tag: Baseball

Baltimore Orioles VS Boston Red Sox : Where It All Went Wrong

The Red Sox and Orioles have never been the best of friends, actually quite the opposite, worst of enemies. They both reside in the AL East, and play each other a good amount of times per year. This year though is much different than an ordinary rivalry. Drama has been amped up, and the antics,

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Why Boston is the Greatest Sports City on the Planet

Located in the heart of New England, Boston, Massachusetts is one of the most historic cities in the United States. They’re not only known for their rich history, but it’s also their much respected sports teams. Boston has four of the best teams in their respective sports: the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston

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The ’81 Yankees: Reggie’s Animosity, The Second Half Collapse, and The Only Pennant.

Definitely the most polarizing team in sports history, the dreaded Bronx Bombers history of success is well documented. With some of the biggest names in the history of the sport putting on the iconic pinstripes (Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Whitey Ford, Joe DiMaggio, Catfish Hunter, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Ichiro Suzuki, etc), the New York

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The Athlete’s Hub MLB All-Time League.

The latest of my many projects, I have been selected to put together the extremely difficult task of an All-Time Major League Baseball League. All 30 current MLB teams and 6-Expansion Cities of my choosing. For this project, I held myself to a couple rules, just to make the unrealistic a bit more realistic…. Each

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Kyle Schwarber Homers in 2nd Straight Game, Cubs Beat Giants 5-4

Rookie slugger Kyle Schwarber homered in his second consecutive game, and Chicago beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 Thursday night. Giants starter Chris Heston took the loss, serving up Schwarber’s homer, which was the first off the right-hander since May 23, ending a streak of 78 1/3 innings without one, the longest active streak for

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Sale Marks Milestone 

   On Friday Night, Chicago White Sox Pitcher Chris Sale made history. Playing against the Texas Rangers, Sale had a perfect game going for himself up until the sixth inning. Although his perfect game was broken up, he joined Pedro Martinez and Randy Johnson as the only pitchers since 1900 to strike out 12 or

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