1. The Day Baseball Will No Longer Be a Pastime

    There was a time when baseball was America's Pastime. When every little kid wanted to imitate Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, or Ken Griffey Jr...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 800 reads 19 comments

  2. The National League MVP Will Coincide with the National League Playoff Race

    If the National League Most Valuable Player Award was based solely on individual performances and never factored in team success, then Albert Pujols would probably win the award every year...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 335 reads 1 comments

  3. Milwaukee Brewers' Drastic Measures

    The Milwaukee Brewers have lost seven of their last 10 games, and the next time they lose they will not be blaming Ned Yost anymore...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 282 reads 0 comments

  4. The Wizard of Os(walt)

    Picture this: It's June 15th and a scuffling Roy Oswalt is set to start at home against the New York Yankees. He is 5-6 and battling a hip pointer that had caused a few of his previous starts to be pushed back...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 401 reads 1 comments

  5. Who's Your Fantasy Kryptonite?

    Almost every sports fan in this country has played or currently plays some form of fantasy sports and most of those people are familiar with this term. Maybe "fantasy kryptonite" isn't the exact verbiage you use, but you still recognize that definition...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 306 reads 1 comments

  6. Houston Astros Specialize in the September Surge

    Any fan that has watched the Astros over the last five years has noticed one remarkable trend: The Astros play their best baseball in August and September. When they went to the World Series in 2005, they were 10 games under ...

    Chris Norris Written by Chris Norris about almost 6 years ago 622 reads 2 comments