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AL Wild Card preview: youth versus experience

It’s an old cliche, but tonight’s American League Wild Card game is is a classic youth versus experience matchup between two teams who weren’t supposed to make it this far. 949 more words

MLB Playoffs

New MLB Merchandise for 2015 Playoffs

By J.P Dell Vêe Järr

While I’m really excited that the baseball playoffs are almost here, I’m beginning to feel a little fed up with the excessive promos we’re getting on every sports website and app from the MLB Shop. 523 more words


Yogi Berra, RIP

Baseball lost a great one when Yogi Berra, an unbelievably winning player with an even more unbelievably winning personality, passed away on Tuesday. In his memory, here’s a suitable passage from… 332 more words

New York Yankees

Latest Subway Series features teams with different agendas

The Mets and Yankees enter this weekend’s series on two crucial, but different, missions.

The Mets are in one of the best strategic positions in baseball, with an eight-game lead in their division and their magic number down to nine. 453 more words

New York Mets

Even The Tolerant Have Little Use For Gusto When Down By Nine

Carlos Gomez is at it again. The man who was called out by Brian McCann more visibly than perhaps anybody, ever, was at it again on Tuesday—against McCann’s new team, the Yankees, no less. 254 more words

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This Weekend's Lesson in Facing Failure: Drilling A-Rod Isn't the Answer

The act of a pitcher hitting a batter on purpose is inherently divisive. Some (mostly outside the game) see it as an outdated form of brutality that lost all reasonable claims to relevance the day that Don Drysdale … or Bob Gibson … or Nolan Ryan retired. 940 more words


What do you do when you catch Arod's 3,000th hit?

So unless you haven’t turned a tv on in the past week, Arod got his 3,000th hit with a homer to the right field bleachers. The real storyline here is the fan catching the ball. 668 more words