1. Race To October Baseball Is Heating-Up

    As September looms, pennant races are beginning to heat up. Division and Wild Card positions are up for grabs in both leagues...

    Craig Turner Written by Craig Turner about 5 years ago 64 reads 2 comments

  2. MLB Week Eight: Top 10 Power Rankings

    Week eight in the Majors is beginning to seperate the men from the boys. The Dodgers are still playing the great ball. The Red Sox and Yankees are atop the AL East, again. This week always raised many questions through out the league...

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  3. Batting Sixth for the New York Mets, Playing Right Field, Fernando Martinez

    Citifield was filled with electricity as the long, awaited debut of phenom Fernando Martinez has arrived for Mets' fans. Not since David Wright in 2004 have the Mets promoted a number one prospect from their minor league system...

    Craig Turner Written by Craig Turner about over 5 years ago 102 reads 2 comments

  4. Baseball: The Common Bond between a Father and Son

    As we close in on Father's Day this June, many fathers and sons will be enjoying the day by taking in the grand ole' game of baseball. A Sunday afternoon of fun in the sun. The smell of hot dogs, popcorn, and roasted peanuts fill the air...

    Craig Turner Written by Craig Turner about over 5 years ago 536 reads 2 comments

  5. MLB Players, Pitchers, & Team of Week 7

    With the start of Interleague play over the holiday weekend, it marked the official start of Summer. This week saw many top performers show-off their skills in front of packed house throughout the game...

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  6. MLB Week Seven: Top 10 Power Rankings

    Entering week seven of the the season, the Dodgers and Blue Jays continue to hold the top ranks. The surprise of pitching of the Brewers and Rangers is shocking the baseball world...

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  7. New York Mets Doomed by Sloppy Play and Mental Miscues in Series Opener

    Things could be better for the New York Mets, limping into a three game set with the best team in the National League, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Carlo Delgado will undergo hip surgery to repair a labrum tear in his right hip...

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  8. MLB Players, Pitchers, & Team of Week Six (May 10-16)

    Week 6 saw the some big time performances and the return of some key players. In the National League, Ryan Zimmerman's 30 game hit streak came to an end, Carlos Lee had solid week in Houston, Brad Hawpe hit ...

    Craig Turner Written by Craig Turner about over 5 years ago 177 reads 4 comments

  9. New York Mets: The Maine Man in Flushing

    The New York Mets won the series opener in San Francisco last night 7-4. The Mets swiped a team-record seven bases minus Jose Reyes in the lineup, go figure. David Wright provided the go-ahead RBI in the 9th capping-off a 3-3 night at the plate...

    Craig Turner Written by Craig Turner about over 5 years ago 60 reads 2 comments

  10. Texas Rangers: Pitchers Are Blooming In May at the Ballpark In Arlington

    The Texas Rangers are having fun in the month of May. Thursday capped-off a three game sweep of the Seattle Mariners and three consecutive walk-offs has this Rangers team flying high and rightfully so...

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  11. MLB Top 10 for Week Six

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are still in shock over Manny being Manny, but still rank first in Week 6 of the baseball season...

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  12. Mets and Phillies: It's Time To Push Back New York!

    The stage has been set by Carlos Beltran's and Jimmy Rollins' comments in the past two seasons about which team is "the team to beat" in the National League East...

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  13. Major League Baseball and Middle Relievers: Friend or Foe to the Game?

    Over the last 20 years of Major League Baseball, the game has changed in so many ways and on every platform, from players growing in size to the number of uniforms one team has to market...

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