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Tag Archives: MLB
Calling a rough second season a “sophomore slump” has been ubiquitous in the game of baseball at least for as long as I’ve been watching it. In traditional analysis, it’s been used to temper expectations after a player sets fire … Continue reading
In the absence of current MLB #content, I’ve decided to rank the 25 people I’ve most enjoyed talking to in my time covering baseball. As a disclaimer: there are people I’ll have missed in the process. And just because a … Continue reading
I covered my first big-league game on Oct. 1, 2010. The Toronto Blue Jays were in town for Cito Gaston’s final series as an MLB manager, and the Minnesota Twins were well on their way to winning the American League … Continue reading
Let me first preface this by saying I’m not breaking any news here. I don’t have any inside intel and it’s not widely reported one way or the other. But honestly, a minor-league season in 2020? It ain’t happenin’. The MLB … Continue reading
On July 31, the NBA will return for a brief eight-game sprint to the finish line at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla. After all the dust settles, there’ll be playoffs and a champion crowned. That’s a … Continue reading