1. New York Mets and Reyes Set Example for Seattle Mariners and Hernandez

    The Seattle Mariners may have the most to gain from the the situation that unfolded regarding Jose Reyes and the New York Mets parting ways. At least the most to gain besides the new look Miami Marlins ...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 2 years ago 1,030 reads 16 comments

  2. July 31 MLB Trade Deadline Passes, but December 11 MLB CBA Expiration Looms

    July 31 is a date circled on the calendars of Major League Baseball players, managers, GMs, fans, anyone and everyone involved or interested in the sport...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 3 years ago 718 reads 0 comments

  3. Jose Reyes: Reasons for the New York Mets to Keep and Trade

    There is no doubt in anyone's mind that Jose Reyes can change the complexion of a ball club and perhaps even an entire division, but his greatest strength may be his greatest weakness ...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 3 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  4. Tampa Bay Rays: Tropicana Field Yields More Controversy, Arguments for New Home

    Tuesday night's game between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays hosted another argument for why the Rays need a new home to play baseball...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 3 years ago 6,169 reads 0 comments

  5. World Series 2010: 1-Game Playoff Could Improve Interest, Revenue

    No team plays with the goal of being called second or third best. They play to be called Champions. But, that does not exclude the non-champions from being ranked...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about almost 4 years ago 510 reads 2 comments

  6. ALCS 2010: A.J. Burnett Can Play Pivotal Role Toward Yankees' World Series Title

    A.J. Burnett will be the first to admit his season was nothing short of disastrous. In his second year with the Yankees he posted a 10-15 record with an ERA north of five over 180 innings of work...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about almost 4 years ago 262 reads 1 comments

  7. Philadelphia Phillies Down Reds, Expose Truth Behind Cincinnati's 2010 Year

    The Reds did not belong in the postseason this year. Cincinnati fell into the National League Central Division title by doing what any team is expected to do: win games against teams with worse records and teams with losing records...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about almost 4 years ago 882 reads 14 comments

  8. Catwalk Catastrophe Costs Tampa Bay Rays, Roofs Revive Baseball Debate

    Of the 30 MLB teams, a handful play at home where they do, in fact, have a roof over their heads. While each team's home is unique and wonderful in its own way, these domed ballparks come with very unique and terrible ground rules...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 4 years ago 1,233 reads 6 comments

  9. 600 Gone, Yanks Primed To Win Division During Pivotal A.L. East Weekend

    Almost two weeks and 46 at-bats following home run 599, Alex Rodriguez belted his 600th career home run and officially became the youngest to do so at age 35, displacing Babe Ruth who did so at age 36...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 4 years ago 291 reads 10 comments

  10. George Steinbrenner, Bob Sheppard Honored By Ceremony, Walk-Off Friday

    Yankee Stadium, both the Old and the New, has seen its fair share of dramatics. On Friday night, Yankee lore honored the passing of two great men that meant much more to the Yankee franchise and the game of baseball than can ever be expressed in words...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 4 years ago 654 reads 0 comments

  11. Is Stephen Strasburg a 2010 All-Star?

    On June 8, the baseball world turned its collective attention to the debut of heralded pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg. No one can underestimate the quality of his talent, nor dismiss it...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 4 years ago 146 reads 0 comments

  12. How Realistic Is Divisional Realignment In Major League Baseball?

    Earlier in the baseball season, the topic of realignment reared its ugly head; specifically citing the American League East. It was a hot topic for a few weeks in late April and early May...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 750 reads 13 comments

  13. Yankees-Red Sox: Teams Renew Timeless Rivalry under Scrutiny of Time

    This weekend marks the second rendezvous between two teams that share the most historic rivalry in all of sports. Yes, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox clash again under the lights of Fenway...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  14. Players, Coaches, Umps and Fans Carry No. 42 To Honor He Who Carried Them

    Every year sees an April 15, and on April 15 everyone in baseball sees No. 42. On a day many scurry to complete tax return filing, countless take a moment, take a day, to honor the ...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  15. Umpire Joe West, Out Of Line, Doesn't Understand Baseball Like Fans

    It has been over a week, but the dust has not settled concerning the controversial remarks uttered by veteran MLB umpire, Joe West...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 276 reads 1 comments

  16. 2009 Yanks Receive Championship Rings, Ovation at 2010 Home Opener

    Bronx, NY The Yankees' 2009 season was filled victories, walk offs, shaving cream pies, baseball milestones, and ended with a World Series trophy and a 27th Championship Title...Today, they receive their rewards for last year's performance...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 1,078 reads 2 comments

  17. Hughes' 1st 2010 Win Is The 5-Spot, Joba Set To Introduce Mariano

    Tampa, FL Spring Training Baseball doesn't so much focus on the competition between teams as it focuses on the competitions within teams...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 42 reads 0 comments

  18. Baseball Weather Returns to FL During Visit to Steinbrenner Field

    After two days of constant rain and overcast, I was delighted to see a backdrop of blue skies to scattered clouds as I made my first trip to George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, FL...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  19. Florida Weather Claims Victory In Several Grapefruit League Games

    Those who follow baseball or reside in central Florida are well aware of the recent weather troubles. Thursday and Friday have seen constant rainfall and as a result, several Spring Training Games...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  20. Baseball Schools Football With Venue Change, History In Pinstripe Bowl

    The debate will never end. Baseball or football? Football has the crowd, the attendance, the Super Bowl. Baseball has the history, the loyalty, and the World Series...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Owns PA, Defeat Pittsburgh, Philadelphia On The Road, At Home

    Spring Training | Grapefruit League | Tampa, FL The New York Yankees fielded split squads today on the road against the Pittsburgh Pirates and at home welcoming the Philadelphia Phillies to George M...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  22. Yanks' Cervelli Suffers Concussion In Saturday Loss To Blue Jays

    The World Champion New York Yankees welcomed Division rival Blue Jays to George M. Steinbrenner field Saturday afternoon in what turned out to be more of a scare than a disappointment...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  23. Yankees Still Await a 5th Starter To Step Up to Rubber

    C.C.  Sabathia, A.J. Burnett, Andy Pettitte, Javier Vazquez, ??????? Even with a radically different ball club than last year's World Champions, the Yankees have few questions compared to other teams...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 65 reads 0 comments

  24. World Champion Yanks Continue Walking-Off Into Spring

         During the 2009 season, the New York Yankees made it a habit to win often, win big, and win in dramatic fashion...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about over 4 years ago 65 reads 1 comments

  25. Grand Prix Of Magny-Cours Is Ready and Waiting

    After watching the Qualifying session for the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours, it was apparent that Ferrari was answering all the questions raised concerning their lack of dominance as of late...

    Douglas Churaman Written by Douglas Churaman about 6 years ago 154 reads 0 comments