2017 Postseason – American League Wildcard Game – It Has Finally Arrived

Sure, the leaves are changing colors, the temperatures are getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. But more importantly, it’s time for playoff baseball. Today is the first game of the 2017 playoff schedule. A one game playoff matchup between the New York Yankees and the Minnesota Twins. the winner of tonight’s game will earn a spot in the American League Division Series, and … Continue reading 2017 Postseason – American League Wildcard Game – It Has Finally Arrived

The Playoff Push

With ten days left in the season, the final playoff spots are still up for grabs. Nobody has clinched a Wildcard birth yet, and three of the six divisions are still unclaimed. Although there are still three remaining division championships up in the air, the Dodgers should clinch the National League West soon, and barring a collapse, the Cubs should take care of the Central. … Continue reading The Playoff Push

The American League’s Wild Ride to the Wildcard

As the Season is winding down, the race for October is heating up. Since the addition of a second Wildcard team to the MLB playoffs, the last few weeks of the season have a whole new feel. In 2012, MLB decided that they were going to add a second Wildcard to their playoff structure, and it has worked out very well. There is more excitement … Continue reading The American League’s Wild Ride to the Wildcard

Baseball Espionage

Spies, secret cameras, stolen messages. This has all of the makings of a James Bond movie, but it was just the latest controversy in the Red Sox and Yankees rivalry. This is one of the oldest and most intense rivalries in all of sports. Divisional foes, the “curse of the Bambino” and numerous fights, including Jimmy Piersall and Billy Martin under the stands in Boston, … Continue reading Baseball Espionage