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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Baseball

Matt Cain Finally Got Some Run Support

The phrase “Cained” has been springing up throughout major league clubhouses over the past few years as a word to describe losing a close ball game, perhaps 1-0, or 2-1. This has come about in reference to Matt Cain, the San Francisco Giants starting pitcher. For those who watch him on a regular basis he…Read More

Red Sox to Widen Fenway Bullpens, Shorten Porch in Right Field?

Could the Boston Red Sox be getting jealous of the way balls fly out of their AL East rival’s ballpark?  It’s no secret that the new Yankee Stadium was built with the dimensions of a Juicy Juice juice box.  The right field fence is a mere 314 feet from home plate.  Although right center is…Read More

Meet Jared Macchirole: The New Jeffrey Maier in New York

We already touched on how the Yankees had both a Jeffrey Maier and Steve Bartman moment in Game 4 of the ALCS. Well leave it to the New York papers to take all of 15 minutes to find out the life story for the perp. By the third inning, we knew where the new Maier…Read More

Nolan Ryan, Rangers Providing Parking Refund for Overcharged Fans

When the new Texas Rangers ownership took over, their goal was to follow the Arte Moreno model of fan-friendliness and a family environment at the ballpark. Much like Moreno, their first step was to cut beer prices and parking. As much as I can’t stand the Rangers, I have to recognize and applaud Chuck Greenberg…Read More

Phillies Fans Bust Out the Pat Burrell Hate

A day after giving pitcher Tim Lincecum the poster treatment, Phillies fans decided to break out with some Pat Burrell hate. Burrell of course was drafted by the Phillies and played there from 2000-2008. He left the off-season after they won the World Series in 2008 and signed with the Rays who cut him. The…Read More

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