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2010 All Star Game: Finishing Touches

An article by posted on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

I find it amazing that even though the National League hadn’t won an All Star game in 13 years prior to last night’s 3-1 victory, they still lead the overall All-Star game series 41-38-2. You take away those 13 years, and the NL was 40-26-1 which is about a .600 winning percentage. All those online sports betting […]

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Braves Acquire Alex Gonzalez; Give Yunel Escobar The Chop.

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ESPN is reporting that the Braves and Blue Jays have agreed to a trade that sends SS Alex Gonzalez and two minor leaguers for Yunel Escobar and Jo-Jo Reyes. This is a huge addition for the Braves as Gonzalez is a proven veteran, and despite his .259 average this year, he’s starting the 2nd half […]

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The Lesson Of George Steinbrenner

An article by posted on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

The All-Star break is usually a time of rest and reprieve for many Major Leaguers and fans alike. On July 13, just 9 days past his 80th birthday, George Steinbrenner, owner of the New York Yankees, passed away from a massive heart attack. His life and career was tumultuous and as NBC Sports columnist Mike […]

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National Treasure – NL Ends Drought With 3-1 Victory

An article by posted on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

Finally, after 13 years, the National League ended their winless drought and beat the American League 3-1 in last night’s All-Star Game. The Brave’s Brian McCann had the biggest hit of the night when he stroked a three-run double off of White Sox’ reliever Matt Thornton in the seventh inning. The long drive into the right field corner proved to be […]

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7/13 Minor League Report! CECILIANI, Dotson!

An article by posted on July 13, 2010 0 Comments

Hey there…just giving D the night off. I’ll be back for the remainder of the season on the 27th A- New York Penn League: Brooklyn 12/9/0, Lowell 9/14/4 The Cyclones built an early 5-2 lead (after 3 1/2) only to watch Mitch Houck implode in the bottom half, giving up 5 runs without escaping the […]

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Steinbrenner Passes, But His Legacy Will Endure

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“It was a beautiful thing to observe, all 36 oars working in unison.’’ – late Cardinals announcer Jack Buck quipping he had seen George Steinbrenner’s yacht. It is a timeless quote about a timeless subject, George M. Steinbrenner, the demonstrative, cantankerous and blustery owner of the New York Yankees, who died today of a heart […]

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George Steinbrenner Dies of Heart Attack

An article by posted on July 13, 2010 0 Comments

As you may have heard, this morning at 6:30 AM in Tampa, Florida, New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner passed away after suffering a massive heart attack. We want to extend our condolences on the passing of one of the giants of the game and a New York icon. Rest In Peace George. “He was an […]

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Captain Kirk Preparing To Get Beamed Up

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Kirk Nieuwenhuis is continues to mash the ball and put up solid numbers for Class AA Binghamton this season. Captain Kirk is batting .306 with 14 home runs and 53 RBI, and is currently is leading the league in doubles (29), runs scored (69) and extra-base hits (45), and ranks second in total bases with 170. He […]

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Revisiting Mets Preseason Questions

An article by posted on July 13, 2010 0 Comments

When pitchers and catchers reported Feb. 18, I posted five key questions the Mets faced heading into the season. Let’s revisit those questions at the All-Star break. Question 1: What is this team’s attitude? Assessment: By all accounts, it has been superb. There is a different chemistry in the Mets clubhouse than I have previously […]

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Whatever Happened To Prevention And Recovery?

An article by posted on July 13, 2010 0 Comments

After last year’s injury plagued season the Mets unveiled a new slogan in Spring Training.  That slogan was “prevention and recovery.”  They had it posted in the clubhouse in Florida and after last year it was nice to see that the Mets were going to start taking injuries a little more serious.  Fast forward to […]

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