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Not the Shaw New York Mets fans wanted; the Shaw they deserve

When the final pitch of the 2017 Major League Baseball season was over, one thing was clear for the New York Mets. They needed to fix their pitching staff in a major way. 640 more words


Daniel Murphy: The case of the $60 million miscue

Daniel Murphy is a polarizing figure for New York Mets fans. Some point to his clutch hitting and gritty play as reasons to support him. 713 more words



In 1951, a field level box seat for a baseball game in Shibe Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, was $2.50, a reserved seat cost $2. 921 more words

Fixing the Broken System

The hot stove, is well, frigid. It’s the theme of the offseason and every major writer, fan, or passerby has made comment of just how slow and mind numbing this offseason has been. 712 more words

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Amplify, Clarify and Don't Intrude

America lost one of their greatest sports broadcasters of all time last week.  Keith Jackson spent 40 years with ABC television before retiring in 2006.  The voice of Jackson allowed him to cross over into a plethora of events from the Wide World of Sports, Major League Baseball, College Football, Monday Night Football, Nascar and the Olympics.  257 more words


MLB players reportedly reject pitch clock, mound limits

NEW YORK — The players’ association rejected Major League Baseball’s proposal to institute 20-second pitch clocks and limits on mound visits, a move that dares management to unilaterally impose the changes designed to speed pace of games. 447 more words


MLB: A Policy in Review

On December 28, 2017, Miguel Sano was accused of assaulting a team photographer, Betsy Bissen via a #Metoo twitter post. Major League Baseball has launched an investigation, closely attending to the incident. 378 more words