Tag: baseball

MLB: Drug Dealers Welcome

An article by posted on January 13, 2014 0 Comments
MLB: Drug Dealers Welcome

Last night, 60 Minutes aired an interview with Anthony Bosch, founder of former South Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. During the interview (which I admittedly chose not to watch), I have read that Bosch admitted to injecting Rodriguez with PED, an allegation that conveniently came to fruition after Major League Baseball apparently took over paying for […]

Continue Reading »

Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Mexican History

An article by posted on January 12, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Mexican History

Mexican Baseball has been dwindling as of late due to the factor of Soccer being the more popular sport. As of April 1st, 2013, 14 different players from Mexico were on Major League Rosters. However, while Soccer is the national pastime of Mexico, they have a deep history in baseball as well. Some claim that […]

Continue Reading »

Bowden: Curtis Granderson and Chris Young Will Be Busts?

An article by posted on January 11, 2014 0 Comments
Bowden: Curtis Granderson and Chris Young Will Be Busts?

Jim Bowden of ESPN (Insider Subscription) polled a few general managers about the offseason so far, and when he asked them who they thought would be busts, one American League GM picked Curtis Granderson, while Olney himself picked Chris Young. Which available free agent likely bombs with his new team and why?  AL GM: ”I think Ubaldo […]

Continue Reading »

MMO Fan Shot: Is Baseball Too Long for Most Fans?

An article by posted on January 10, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Is Baseball Too Long for Most Fans?

An MMO Fan Shot by Peter Miles Baseball is a classic sport that has often been called “America’s pastime”, and rightly so. Baseball fits right in with apple pie, fireworks on the Fourth of July, and picnics in the summer. Many people still tune into baseball, but the younger generation is starting to tune out. What […]

Continue Reading »

Mets Prospects Brandon Nimmo and Kevin Plawecki Invited To Big League Camp

An article by posted on January 10, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Prospects Brandon Nimmo and Kevin Plawecki Invited To Big League Camp

More and more young and exciting Mets’ prospects have been getting calls from the organization to let them know that they are being invited to big-league camp this spring. Anthony DiComo just reported that the Mets will have 2011 first rounder Brandon Nimmo at major league camp with a non-roster invite, while catcher Kevin Plawecki […]

Continue Reading »

MMO Exclusive Interview: Danny Muno Invited To Big League Camp

An article by posted on January 9, 2014 0 Comments

Shortstop prospect Danny Muno has been invited to big league camp this Spring by the New York Mets. Muno,spent the 2013 season with Double-A Binghamton, seeing time in the middle infield both at second base and shortstop while batting at the top of the order – two areas that the Mets are incredibly deficient in. The […]

Continue Reading »

Video Game Fans: MLB 14 The Show Is Now The Only MLB Licensed Video Game

An article by posted on January 7, 2014 0 Comments
Video Game Fans: MLB 14 The Show Is Now The Only MLB Licensed Video Game

It looks like baseball video game fans will have one major reason to go out and buy a PS4. MLB 14 The Show has been the premiere baseball video game franchise since 2006, when it’s first installment was released for the Playstation 2. It’s main competitor has been the MLB 2K franchise, which started in […]

Continue Reading »

Featured Post: Will 1967 Repeat Itself In 2014 For The Mets?

An article by posted on January 6, 2014 0 Comments
Featured Post: Will 1967 Repeat Itself In 2014 For The Mets?

To even the casual observer, it would appear that building a productive farm system in baseball is undertaken with the same predictive science and art as trying to pick the winning lottery ticket before scratching off the numbers. Lack of talent, career altering injuries, failure to translate potential, bad luck — the rise to the […]

Continue Reading »

Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Cuban History

An article by posted on January 5, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Cuban History

I would like to share to many, details into Cuban baseball history, which is an excerpt of my senior thesis. I hope you enjoy. This will be an ongoing feature with different countries, and will have a surprise interview at the end. There is no question about where the root of Caribbean Baseball was as […]

Continue Reading »

An Odd Yet Perfect Matchup

An article by posted on January 5, 2014 0 Comments
An Odd Yet Perfect Matchup

They are as comfortable together as you and your old Met sweatshirt. Ordinary, familiar, maybe a bit faded, frayed, and worn, like a battered ball tucked in a worn-out glove. It’s like they were made to go together, one somehow not complete without the other. Cold ice cream and hot fudge. They met forty years […]

Continue Reading »