Down by nine games in early September, down by seven runs on the final day of the season. Somehow the Tampa Bay Rays found a way to squeak into the postseason in impressive fashion. Evan Longoria capped a startling comeback by hitting his second home run of the game, hooking a drive barely inside the […]
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New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman admitted last week he had no real interest in Carl Crawford in the off season and only “faked” interest to drive up the price for the Red Sox. Cashman said they really had no need for an outfielder and felt that Brett Gardner was just as good and […]
Baseball’s oldest player finally earned his elusive 200th career win Tuesday night after the Red Sox beat the Blue Jays 18-6.
The 45 year old knuckleballer was winless in his last 7 outings and helped the Red Sox win a much needed game after their lead of 9 games over the Rays has dropped to 3. […]
What exactly makes a player HOF material? Numbers, iconic moments, clutch performances? These all describe what we look for in a player to be elected into the HOF and for some current pitchers such as Greg Maddux, Randy Johnson, Trevor Hoffman, Mariano Rivera and Tom Glavine there is no doubt among the minds […]