Category Archives: Baseball

A’s on the Mound: Should Fans Expect April to Continue?

By Jacob Grandstaff Analysis — On Monday night, the defending world champion Astros teed off on Athletics starter Brett Anderson as if they were scrimmaging against Oakland’s Triple-A Nashville Sounds with Anderson still there. Astros leadoff George Springer alone had nearly as many hits as the A’s, breaking an Astro record. Few expect Anderson, or any […]
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Will Tonight Be the Night? Pujols on the Edge of 3,000

By Jacob Grandstaff Angels Hall-of-Famer Albert Pujols faces the Seattle Mariners tonight, at 9:10 PM Eastern, in what will likely be remembered as the defining moment of his career. The 38-year-old touched off his 2,999th hit last night against the Baltimore Orioles, and now has the chance to join Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, and Álex […]
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Why the Braves Could Make the 2018 Playoffs

By Johnathan Brock Opinion — The Atlanta Braves have been the laughing stock of the National League for quite some time now, but that could change this year. The Braves haven’t seen the playoffs since 2013 when they dropped the NLDS in 4 games to the Dodgers. Since then, they’ve posted lackluster records, never winning more than […]
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Is Ohtani Mania Over? Or Just Warming Up?

By: Jacob Grandstaff Analysis — The poor performance by the Los Angeles Angels’ two-way wonder Shohei Ohtani against the Boston Red Sox tells more about baseball and the Red Sox than about Ohtani. Ohtani stole the hearts and imagination of millions of fans after awing in his first three games against the Oakland A’s and […]
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