It’s a bunch of firsts in the World Series this year: the Giants are looking for their first World Series win since moving to San Francisco for the 1958 season while the Rangers are playing in
Articles tagged: 2010 MLB Playoffs
He had burned the Yankees so badly in the previous five games they had no choice but to walk Josh Hamilton in Game 6.
Who could have figured that a man who spent the past two seasons pitching in Japan could turn out to be such an impact player for the Texas Rangers this year? If Jon Daniels and the rest of the team
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.
In what seems to be a continuing theme in the 2010 MLB playoffs, Giants manager Bruce Bochy pulled starting pitcher Jonathan Sanchez early in Game 2 of the NLCS and saw his bullpen blow a 2-1 game.
If you’re a Texas Rangers fan walking out of the Ballpark in Arlington or done watching Game 1 of the ALCS on TV, you have to be asking yourself “how the heck did that just happen?”
As much as we rip on umpires for getting calls wrong (and insist upon instant replay), they actually do a good job.
The dust from the MLB Division Series has settled and four very good teams are left standing. Playoff baseball is all about match-ups.