1. Houston Astros Should Sign Roger Clemens...and Bonds, Palmeiro and McGwire Too

    If Roger Clemens ' comeback this season does nothing else, it at least put the Sugar Land Skeeters on the baseball map. It is safe to say that this is the most coverage that the independent club has received in their three-year existence...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 904 reads 1 comments

  2. Colorado Rockies Should Give Tim Wheeler Playing Time in September

    When rosters expand this weekend all around baseball, prospects and forgotten veterans will get a chance to play in the majors again and essentially audition for next season...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 781 reads 3 comments

  3. Colorado Rockies Could Help Shape the National League Playoff Picture

    The Colorado Rockies are probably not going to make the 2012 MLB postseason. It is a probability and not a certainty, because you never know with these Rockies and their penchant for late-season runs...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 208 reads 0 comments

  4. Colorado Rockies: A Pitching Staff Proposal Stranger Than the 75-Pitch Rotation

    The Colorado Rockies are committed to their unorthodox four-man rotation. According to the Denver Post , the Rockies starter will throw 75 pitches while a reliever comes in and pitches the next 50...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 614 reads 1 comments

  5. How Carlos Lee's Trade to Miami Affected the Dodgers and Red Sox

    With all of the big, expensive names that were moved around in last week's blockbuster deal between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox , none were more important than Carlos Lee ...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 431 reads 0 comments

  6. Stephen Strasburg: Nationals Should Have Kept Innings Limit to Themselves

    The Washington Nationals made the same mistake that nearly all dieters and smokers make in their lives. Dieters who announce to the world that they are on a diet humiliate themselves when they indulge in food...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 587 reads 8 comments

  7. Wandy Rodriguez and the Pittsburgh Pirates Aim for Playoff Positioning

    Today was why the Pittsburgh Pirates traded three minor leaguers to the Houston Astros for Wandy Rodriguez . They did not know the significance of August 29, 2012 at the time of the deal...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 384 reads 0 comments

  8. Colorado Rockies Can Do a Lot of Damage to the Dodgers with a Sweep

    The Colorado Rockies know a thing or two about September momentum. In 2007, they finished the season 14-1 and then swept the Phillies and Diamondbacks to make it to the World Series...

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  9. Washington Nationals: Why Is Stephen Strasburg Pitching in a Blowout Game?

    Stephen Strasburg , whose arm is being treated by the Washington Nationals as if it is a Fabrege Egg, did not have his best stuff tonight. He let up a pair of runs in the first and three in the third...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 421 reads 3 comments

  10. Houston Astros Bring Up Jimmy Paredes from the Lance Berkman Deal

    With all of the trades of veteran players the Astros engaged in this season, it is a deal in 2010 that is about to pay off dividends. Lance Berkman was as good a Houston Astros player that put on the uniform in the past decade...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 574 reads 0 comments

  11. Boston Red Sox Fans Should Honor and Say Thank You to Josh Beckett...No, Really

    Josh Beckett wore out his welcome in Boston, but fans should never forget that he gave the Red Sox one of their greatest postseason performances ever. The Boston Red Sox and Josh Beckett had a terrible falling out...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 521 reads 2 comments

  12. Brett Anderson Helps Oakland Athletics Forget Bartolo Colon

    When Bartolo Colon tested positive for using ( according to the Associated Press) testosterone, he was suspended for 50 games. Seeing that the suspension began on August 22, it effectively ended his season, if not his career...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 498 reads 6 comments

  13. Colorado Rockies: Time to Get Revenge on Josh Beckett for the 2007 World Series

    Tonight, Josh Beckett will make his Dodgers debut against the Colorado Rockies in Denver. The Rockies starting pitcher will be Jeff Francis. If that match up has a familiar ring to it, then it should...

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  14. Los Angeles Dodgers Trade Was a Reaction to the Lakers and Dwight Howard

    The Los Angeles Dodgers pushed all of their chips into the center of the table, took on some massive payroll and made a play to win right here and now...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 2,090 reads 52 comments

  15. Miami Marlins Can Be a Cautionary Tale for the Los Angeles Dodgers

    The Miami Marlins left Los Angeles last night with a convincing 6-2 victory over the Dodgers . The two franchises are, on the surface, going in different directions...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 888 reads 7 comments

  16. Houston Astros Starter Lucas Harrell Deserved Better Than a No Decision Today

    The Houston Astros lost to the New York Mets this afternoon, 2-1. An Astros loss is hardly a startling turn of events. Houston has lost 88 times this year against 40 wins...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 251 reads 0 comments

  17. Boston Red Sox: Just Like in 1997, They're Ending One Era and Beginning Another

    The last time the Boston Red Sox had a losing season was in 1997. The team was in flux. A few years removed from an impressive string of playoff appearances, they had become an ...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 880 reads 57 comments

  18. Pittsburgh Pirates Get Back on Track with Jeff Karstens

    There has been a tremendous change in the culture for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The biggest sign of the change is the fact that the Pirates went on a recent four-game slide and they lost a pair of series' to the lowly Padres...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 261 reads 1 comments

  19. Boston Red Sox Are Essentially Trading Adrian Gonzalez for a Brighter Future

    The great trade that could change the very culture of the Boston Red Sox is still in a holding pattern. But it must go through. Every Red Sox fan in the world should be praying to whomever they pray to in order to see it happen...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 2,127 reads 2 comments

  20. Boston Red Sox Have Given Their Fans No Reason to Root for Them

    The 2012 Boston Red Sox have done the impossible. They have made Boston fans nostalgic for 2011. That's right...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 698 reads 3 comments

  21. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Face a Real Test Against Detroit Tigers

    What can be made from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 's sweep of the Boston Red Sox this week? On one hand, it was exactly what the Angels needed...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 345 reads 2 comments

  22. L.A. Angels vs. Boston Red Sox: A Game That Nobody Wanted to Win

    There are some classic games where the lead changes back and forth and you get the sense that neither team is going to give up. And then you had last night's game between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Boston Red Sox ...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 136 reads 26 comments

  23. Los Angeles Dodgers Are Going to Regret Letting the Giants off the Mat

    The Los Angeles Dodgers had the San Francisco Giants exactly where they wanted them. They had a half-game lead on the Giants when the showdown series in Chavez Ravine began on Monday...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 762 reads 4 comments

  24. Los Angeles Angels Unlikely to Have Both the 2012 MVP and Cy Young Award

    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have Mike Trout and Jered Weaver each having outstanding seasons this year. In fact both are making solid cases for the top awards. But several pieces of historical precedence are conspiring against them...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about almost 2 years ago 652 reads 4 comments

  25. Bartolo Colon's Positive PED Test Could Be the Least Surprising Ever

    Oakland Athletics right-hander Bartolo Colon was suspended 50 games today for a positive Performance Enhancing Drug test...

    Paul Francis Sullivan Written by Paul Francis Sullivan about 2 years ago 138 reads 3 comments