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Shipping out of Nats Park: A Hit Song By Daniel "Drop Kick" Murphy

By Mike Civiello (@MikeyCiv)

Full disclosure I don’t believe in jinxes (See Wilson Ramos post).

Mr. Daniel Murphy…wow. Thought he was going to cool down, but he is still hitting around .350 with 20+ dingers. 919 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - July 11, 2016

At the All Star Break, I take a look at what players are in the leading spot for awards like MVP and Cy Young.

And I references the Coen Brothers as a way to reconcile the fact that Mike Trout probably won’t win the AL MVP. 78 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Midseason MVP Candidates

Now we move on to the highest of honors: the Most Valuable Player award. Several players have been extremely valuable to their respective teams this year, but the following lists contain a few players who have gone above and beyond. 609 more words

Regular Season

A Look at the NL MVP Field

We’ve reached the end of the end of the first batch of award contenders–the NL Most Valuable Player. Last year, it was phenom Bryce Harper over Paul Goldschmidt. 464 more words

Regular Season


Now here are my picks for the Individual Awards for the 2016 season. (I cover these picks in the April 3, 2016 podcast you can hear by clicking… 531 more words

Washington Nationals

10 Bold MLB Predictions

Ahhhh! Smell that? That’s the smell of the fresh cut infield. Hear that? That’s the sound of the mitts popping. It’s that time again: it’s baseball season. 1,178 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: December 2, 1948

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stan Musial, in what is one of the greatest statistical seasons in history, wins the NL MVP. Musial led the league in runs scored (135), hits (230), doubles (46), triples (18), rbi (131), batting average (.376), on-base percentage (.450), slugging percentage (.702), OPS (1.152), and total bases (429). 41 more words

On This Day In Baseball History