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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Baseball

Roy Oswalt a Solid Addition for Phillies

According to Yahoo! Sports, via the AP, Roy Oswalt has approved a trade to the Philadelphia Phillies and will be sent there from Houston in exchange for Phillies pitcher J.A. Happ and two prospects, pending a physical.  With the Phillies amidst a seven-game winning streak after stumbling for the better part of 2010, they’re about…Read More

Angels Fans Wrong to Boo Lackey, Call Him Benedict Arnold Traitor

John Lackey had a huge role in delivering the greatest moment in Angels history — their only World Series in 2002. Then a 23-year-old rookie, the Big Texan went five innings of one-run ball in Game 7 of the World Series against Barry Bonds and the Giants. His efforts coupled with Garret Anderson’s bases-clearing double…Read More

Agressive Autograph Seeker Ruins Johan Santana’s Start

Man, New York fans are having a bad run lately. First some schmuck on a cell phone at a Yankees game gets hit in the face by a ball, and now we have an overzealous Mets fan who thinks the beginning of a game is a good time to get the starting pitcher’s autograph. True…Read More

Should Nationals Fans Worry About Strasburg’s Shoulder?

Without Stephen Strasburg, there would be no optimism surrounding the Washington Nationals franchise. How many other pitchers can you remember that were somehow making a push to appear on an all-star roster following their first Major League start?  To date, it has seemed that if the Nationals had anything to worry about at all with…Read More

A-Rod 600th Home Run Means Little

Raise your hand if you care that New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is on the verge of hitting his 600th career home run? Yeah, me neither. Yes, there are only six other players who are ahead of him on the all-time home run list, but I still think it’s pretty meaningless to care about…Read More

Tigers Injuries Assisted in No-Hitter

This season in baseball has already been termed the “Year of the Pitcher” for excellent reason. Edwin Jackson and Ubaldo Jimenez both have thrown no-hitters, Roy Halladay and Dallas Braden tossed perfect games, and Armando Galarraga had a 28 out perfect game. Matt Garza joined the party by no-hitting the Tigers on Monday night, becoming…Read More

Now The Pie-in-the-Face is Dangerous

About a week ago, we felt inclined to update you on all the weird baseball injuries that have occurred this season, of which there have been an abundance.  Throughout recent history, we’ve seen pitchers who manage to injure themselves swinging a bat and players who injure themselves while celebrating.  The UCLA baseball team failed to…Read More

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