1. Molina, Hamilton Power Rangers to 3-1 Series Lead, Yanks On Brink Of Elimination

    When Texas Rangers catcher and eighth-place hitter Bengie Molina turned on an inside pitch from New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J Burnett in the sixth inning, all Alex Rodriguez could do was hang his head...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 294 reads 0 comments

  2. ALCS 2010: Cliff Lee Stifles New York Yankees as Texas Rangers Take Game 3

    The New York Yankees crowd rose to their feet, cheering on their team. But what they were cheering was indicative of the start put together by a certain Texas Rangers unflappable left-handed pitcher...

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  3. Dominant Roy Oswalt, Clutch Jimmy Rollins Help Phillies Even Series With Giants

    When Philadelphia Phillies manager Charlie Manuel walked to the mound in the eighth inning, talked with his starting pitcher, and walked back to the dugout, as a San Francisco Giants fan I was hoping this would be his Grady Little moment...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 399 reads 0 comments

  4. ALCS Game 2: Texas Rangers Hold On, Even Series With New York Yankees

    Neftali Feliz just couldn’t wait. The rookie closer for the Texas Rangers propped open the bullpen door just a crack, peering onto the field to watch the action in the bottom of the eighth...

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  5. ALCS Game 1: New York Yankees Storm Back, Clobber Texas Rangers Bullpen

    As the top of the eighth inning began, I was brainstorming for this article. I even wrote a title, and was looking forward to chronicling C.J...

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  6. Ross, Giants Move on to NLCS in Cox’s Final Game Managing Braves

    Bobby Cox bids farewell after the San Francisco Giants defeated his Atlanta Braves to move on to the NLCS...

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  7. NLDS 2010: Brooks Conrad's Errors Give Giants Edge Over Braves

    There was Boston Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner, who is associated with the “It gets through Buckner!” error in the 1986 World Series. Then there was Chuck Knoblauch, whose mind got so rattled he was hesitant fielding everything...

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  8. Rick Ankiel's "Pinnacle of Career" Helps Braves Tie NLDS With Giants

    When Atlanta Braves reliever Billy Wagner stiffly lunged off the mound to field a groundball hit by Andres Torres and immediately grabbed his side upon throwing to first ...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 117 reads 1 comments

  9. Philadelphia Phillies' Roy Halladay Throws No-Hitter in First Postseason Start

    My friend Robert and I were eating at a campus bakery shop this afternoon when we saw a fellow college student sitting in the booth across from us wearing a Shane Victorino Philadelphia Phillies jersey shirt...

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  10. Jason Heyward, Buster Posey, and the NL Rookie of the Year

    I narrowed the National League MVP race down to two players, but though Gaby Sanchez had a terrific season for the Florida Marlins, narrowing down isn’t needed when it comes to the Rookie of the Year race...

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  11. New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins: 2010 ALDS Preview

    The Philadelphia Phillies may be the favorite in the National League, but the four teams representing the American League aren’t separated by much...

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  12. Game 162: Yankees settle for Wild Card; Braves and Giants are playoff-bound

    Jason Varitek says goodbye in what may have been his final game at Fenway in a Red Sox uniform. (Photo: Zimbio) On this final day of baseball’s regular season, home of Game 162 for all, much was left to be decided...

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  13. MLB Award Predictions: Joey Votto for National League MVP

    Joey Votto watches one of the many moonshots he hit on the season for the NL Central division leading Reds...

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  14. MLB Award Predictions: Neftali Feliz for American League Rookie of the Year

    Neftali Feliz has dominated for the Rangers, helping propel the franchise into the playoffs for the first time since 1999...

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  15. Handing out the Awards (Part II): American League MVP

    After making my pick for the American League Cy Young , which was an easy decision on my part, I move on to the American League Most Valuable Player, which is a bit more difficult to choose...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 684 reads 8 comments

  16. Handing out the Awards (Part I): American League Cy Young

    The end of baseball’s regular season is near, with a weekend of games remaining. Much is to still be decided...

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  17. Atlanta Braves Inch Closer To Playoff Berth in Bobby Cox’s Final Season

    Brooks Conrad and Derek Lee (foreground) celebrate after Conrad's three-run blast, which propeled the Atlanta Braves to another victory...

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  18. Phillies Pitching Dominating As Playoffs Near...Yankees? Not So Much

    Roy Halladay dominated in his latest start, something the Phillies pitching staff has done often this season...

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  19. Boston-New York: Yankees Dim Red Sox's Playoff Hopes with Wild Win

    Bill Hall did all he could, helping put Boston in the lead against Mariano Rivera (foreground), but his Red Sox ultimately fell, their playoff chances taking a huge blow...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 247 reads 1 comments

  20. The Bronx Curse: Javier Vazquez Struggling Once More in New York

    Tonight's performance against the Rays sums up Javier Vazquez's Yankee career. Thirty-four year old righthander Javier Vazquez is 24-19 in his career as a member of the New York Yankees...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 160 reads 1 comments

  21. Michael Vick Starring in the NFL Again as Life's Pages Turn

    Michael Vick made a mistake. He hung in the wrong crowd, took part in Bad Newz Kennels operation, and profited from dog-fighting...

    Nick Poust Written by Nick Poust about 4 years ago 296 reads 0 comments

  22. Orioles-Yankees: Luke Scott, O's Come Back Against Mariano Rivera, Win in Extras

    The Baltimore Orioles entered the bottom of the ninth inning against the New York Yankees behind by one. The great Mariano Rivera awaited on the mound at Camden Yards, having never before in his career blown two saves in the month of September...

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  23. Torrid Troy Tulowitzki Historically Homer-Happy for Surging Rockies

    Troy Tulowitzki has been in a historic zone for the Colorado Rockies. Carlos Gonzalez has had an unbelievable year for the Colorado Rockies, but despite hitting a ridiculous ...

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  24. Boston Red Sox: The Awful Signing That Has Become John Lackey

    Last year, I thoroughly enjoyed laughing at the expense of starting pitcher A.J. Burnett, who was all over the map in his first season with the New York Yankees after the team signed the then-31-year-old to a five-year, $82 million contract...

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  25. San Francisco Giants Inch Closer and Tampa Bay Rays Take Over First

    The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers has always been a rivalry, a fierce and entertaining one at that, while the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees have come to form a partnership of hate, fighting for the American League East crown...

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