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Oscar Gamble, RIP

The passing of good baseball men is starting to pile up. Just a day after terrible news about Kevin Towers, we learned that longtime outfielder Oscar Gamble has died at age 68. 305 more words


Dodgers & the New York Yankees!

Be honest. Aren’t most of you secretly hoping for a Dodger/Yankee World Series?  After all, baseball is about a whole lot of memories and what better ones to share than those of  Ebbets Field and Yankee Stadium.  403 more words

A1 Baseball

Moments, narratives, and the beauty of what the Yankees just accomplished

by Paul West

Narratives and moments: two things that often seem to make the sports world, and the world in general, go ’round. They can make or break a player, season, or series. 712 more words

Major League Baseball

Five reasons the Twins can upset the Yankees

By Paul West

Going into tonight’s American League Wild Card game, the New York Yankees are the clear favorites against the Minnesota Twins. They’re healthier than they’ve been in a while, their offense has begun to click again, and in his last start, … 430 more words

Major League Baseball

Red Sox and Binocs and Smart Watch, Oh My

Three facts as pertain to today’s news:

  • Sign stealing in baseball is ages-old. It’s why signs exist in the first place: Teams constantly attempt to get the drop on the opposition’s communication.
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Boston Red Sox

CC Sabathia Still Has Issues With Boston's Bunting

America is a place where people in prominence can claim ludicrous things and then, after others have pointed out said ludicrousness, double down on their bad ideas. 523 more words

Boston Red Sox

Dustup In D-Town Offers a Primer on a Host of Unwritten Rules

The Yankees-Tigers Brawl of the Century on Thursday presented a grab-bag for the ages of unwritten rules, some justified, some not, some executed to precision, some decidedly less so. 1,179 more words