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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Baseball

Can Hot Eric Chavez Make the Yankees?

Call him a zombie, because Eric Chavez is rising from the dead. From 2000-2005 Chavez hit between .269 and .288, 26 and 34 home runs, and drove in anywhere from 77 to 114 runs. Along with Miguel Tejada, Chavez gave the Oakland A’s one of the best left sides of the infield in baseball. He…Read More

Carlos Gonzalez Impresses Teammates with Prestigious Blast

It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Carlos Gonzalez here at LBS. In 2008, we suggested the Dodgers try and ship Andruw Jones out to Oakland for him. Later that off-season, we said we liked Colorado’s trade of Matt Holliday because of the return they received from the A’s. And in our most recent…Read More

Tampa Bay Rays 2011 MLB Preview: Back to Square One

Previewing the 2011 MLB season, we’ve already named the Phillies, Yankees, and Red Sox the top World Series favorites. We’ve already looked at the NL Central and NL East and this week we will analyze the AL East teams not based in New York or Boston, starting with the Tampa Bay Rays; Tuesday: Toronto Blue…Read More

Alcides Escobar Misses Spring Training Game With Bug Bite

By now, we all understand that weird injuries in sports cannot be avoided.  Over the years, we’ve featured stories about tennis players hurting their hands playing Playstation, photographers injuring football players, and countless weird baseball injuries that seem inexplicable. On Sunday, Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar brought us our first ever bug bite injury. As the…Read More

Washington Nationals 2011 MLB Preview: Another Long Summer at the Bottom

Previewing the 2011 MLB season, we’ve already named the Phillies, Yankees, and Red Sox the top World Series favorites. We’ve already looked at the NL Central, and this week we’re looking at the NL East. We’ve already covered the Phillies, Braves, Marlins, and Mets. Today we’ll wrap up the division with the Washington Nationals. The…Read More

Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez Have Spring Training Dugout Fight

It may be spring training, but the Chicago Cubs are already acting like a team that’s in a bad place in mid-August. By that, I mean they are already fighting one another in the dugout. According to Foul Balls via Chicago Breaking Sports, Carlos Silva got roughed up by the Brewers on Wednesday afternoon, giving…Read More

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