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Nats Notebook- DC Heat...

One of my good friends is from Los Angeles and naturally roots for the Dodgers and bleeds blue in the most spirited way (when he was a Nats season ticket holder I joked that the Nats were his “east coast mistress”).   782 more words

50 Straight For Familia As Reyes Provides Spark For Mets; "He Creates Havoc"

By Paul DiSclafani

When the Mets acquired their former spark plug Jose Reyes back in June and promoted him to the big club on July 5, they knew he was not the same player that won the batting title in 2011, the year before he bolted to the Marlins after signing a huge Free Agent deal in the off-season. 956 more words


What NL Teams are Buyers or Seller?

With the MLB trade deadline on August 1st this year, we are 2 weeks away and here’s what you need to know about all 15 NL Teams. 608 more words


Nats Notebook- Meet the Mets' Menace...

Who would have known that the balance of power in the NL East would have turned on a mid-winter signing with all of the excitement of leftover potato salad.   685 more words

The biggest first-half surprises and disappointments in all six MLB divisions

On Tuesday, baseball’s best players will convene in San Diego for the 2016 MLB All-Star Game with World Series home-field advantage is on the line. The AL has won the past three All-Star Games and is 15-4-1 in the past 20 All-Star Games overall. 2,128 more words


Mets Complete 7-4 Home Stand, So Why Doesn’t It Feel Good?

By Paul DiSclafani:

On Wednesday evening, June 29th, the Nationals completed a sweep of the Mets in Washington to take a season high six game lead in the NL East.  954 more words