1. Tampa Bay Rays Take AL East Lead from New York Yankees behind Brignac's Blast

    Baseball’s best hitters have hit this season, and thousands of runs have been scored, but this has undeniably been the Year of the Pitcher...

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  2. Colorado Rockies' Furious Late-Season Charge Makes NL West a Three-Team Race

    Carlos Gonzalez has been behind the Rockies late-season charge into playoff contention. All season long I, as well as many other baseball fans, have focused on the fight for the ...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 159 reads 0 comments

  3. My Trip To NYC and Beantown: Felix Pie, A-Rod's Ego and the Fenway Faithful

    Felix Pie, who was this close to my seat at Yankees Stadium and who has recently become one of my favorite players. The Flight and the Manhattan stroll I stepped off the plane at JFK, stepped outside the airport, and soaked it all in...

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  4. Boston Red Sox Still in the Hunt as ESPN Pundits Proclaim Their Season Over

    On Baseball Tonight this evening, analysts Aaron Boone and Steve Berthiaume gave the Boston Red Sox no hope. Boone has already pegged them dead in the water, saying, “it was a valiant effort...

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  5. Aroldis Chapman: Chapmania Taking NL Central-Leading Cincinnati Reds By Storm

    Aroldis Chapman was otherworldly in his major-league debut with the Cincinnati Reds, his fastball topping out at 103 miles per hour. Stephen Strasburg was must-see T.V...

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  6. Magical Billy Beane Continues To Successfully Build Surprising Oakland Athletics

    In 1995, the owner of the Oakland Athletics, Walter Hass Jr., died. Successors Stephen Scott and Ken Hofman had watched Hass spend an abundant amount of money on players, and they wanted to go into an entirely different direction...

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  7. Red Sox-Rays: John Lackey Struggles Late as Boston Loses Series to Tampa

    The Boston Red Sox needed to win this game, the finale of their series against the Tampa Bay Rays, one of the two teams they are trying to catch in the American League standings...

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  8. Manny Ramirez To Chicago White Sox: Manny To Be Manny on the South Side

    In 2003, the Boston Red Sox put Manny Ramirez on waivers. They had enough of his antics and were displeased with his eyesore of a contract. He was still in the heart of his career, slugging 40 homers and driving in 130 annually at that time...

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  9. Managerial Mistakes Doom Red Sox in Gut-Wrenching Loss To Rays

    Dan Johnson, who entered the game hitting .149 in 46 at-bats, ended it with power he has always possessed. I am a big advocate for going back to the olden days. Away with pitch counts and babying; let pitchers pitch...

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  10. Victor Martinez, Jon Lester Help Red Sox Grab Big Win vs. Rays

    Victor Martinez backed Jon Lester in a big way, leading the Boston Red Sox past the Tampa Bay Rays. Three of the Boston Red Sox best hitters (Kevin Youkilis, Jacoby Ellsbury, and Dustin Pedroia) are out for the year, but the team has amazingly persevered.

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  11. Manny Ramirez To Chicago White Sox Would Make Sense for Both Sides

    During Wednesday night’s Texas Rangers-Minnesota Twins game, the ever woeful and insufferable ESPN announcer Rick Suttcliffe was posed a question by his partner in the booth Dave ...

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  12. Boston Red Sox Continue To Ride Momentum Behind Bill Hall, Clay Buchholz

    The Boston Red Sox have been successful despite a mountain of injuries and a sub-par pitching staff. Today, in their series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays, they relied on one ...

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  13. Jed Lowrie Blast Ends Thrilling Battle Between Red Sox and Jays

    Jed Lowrie recorded all three outs in the top of the 11th and made sure the Toronto Blue Jays wouldn’t retire a batter in the bottom...

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  14. Red Sox Injury List Laughably Long with Dustin Pedroia Returning to DL

    Ellsbury, Youkilis, Cameron, and now Pedroia. Baseball Gods, are you done destroying the Red Sox lineup? The Boston Red Sox pitching staff is healthy and very formidable. It’s the offense that has been destroyed by injuries...

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  15. Bobby Thomson, Who Hit the Epic Homer to Win '51 Pennant, Dies at Age 86

    There have been many memorable home-runs hit in major league baseball history. There was Bill Mazerowski’s shot in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game Seven of the 1960 World Series; ...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 251 reads 2 comments

  16. PGA Championship: Dustin Johnson Disqualified, Kaymer Wins First Major

    Dustin Johnson should have known better. He should have payed closer attention to the rule book. You should never, ever ground your club in the sand. It was clearly a sand trap that his second shot found itself in on the 18th hole...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 528 reads 1 comments

  17. Recapping a missed ten days in the World of Sports

    There and Back Again for Jacoby Ellsbury When I went on my 10-day hiking trip to the Oval Lakes of Northern Washington, I expected I would miss no-hitters, some shakeups atop the ...

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  18. LeBron James Just Doesn't Get It, and Shaq is Shaqqin' Up to Boston

    Shaq is heading to Beantown. I intended to make my article on the Boston Red Sox win over the Detroit Tigers the last I would write before heading to Washington for eight days of ...

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  19. Boston Red Sox Win in Dramatic Fashion Again To Down Detroit Tigers

    Yesterday, David Ortiz was Big Papi for the Boston Red Sox, socking a game-winning, three-run double in the bottom of the ninth inning off Detroit Tigers reliever Phil Coke to erase what was a 4-0 deficit...

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  20. MLB Trade Deadline: Roy Oswalt to Phillies, Lance Berkman to Yankees

    Roy Oswalt struggled in his Philadelphia Phillies debut, but he should form a formidable duo with Roy Halladay atop their rotation down the stretch...

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  21. Stephen Strasburg Who? Miguel Batista Fills in, Nats Still Win

    Immensely popular and extremely talented Stephen Strasburg, the 22-year-old flame-throwing right-hander for the Washington Nationals, was set to face division foe Atlanta in hopes of collecting his sixth win of his rookie season...

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  22. Opportunities Missed By Both Teams, But Cardinals Manage to Prevail Against Cubs

    The Chicago Cubs don’t want to have to be sellers at the trade deadline. They feel, with a few hot streaks, they can make a run in the National League Central...

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  23. Roy Oswalt's Swan Song? Johnny Cueto Baffles as Reds Crush Astros' Ace

    Johnny Cueto's brilliance propelled the Cincinnati Reds past Roy Oswalt's Houston Astros to retake first place in the NL Central. Rumors have been swirling around the potential availability of Houston Astros 32-year old ace Roy Oswalt ...

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  24. Alex Gonzalez, Tim Hudson Lead Atlanta Braves to Rightful Spot atop NL

    Tim Hudson threw seven strong for the Atlanta Braves as they took back the National League's best record in their series win over the San Diego Padres. At the beginning of the season, it was thought by many that the Philadelphia Phillies and St...

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  25. Vladimir Guerrero Solidifying Hall of Fame Candidacy with Revitalization

    Vladimir Guerrero is a Hall of Famer. First ballot, no question. He was a few years ago, but if there was any doubt from potential voters, his extraordinary first season with the American ...

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