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MLB Archive

Braves Host Nationals For Key Weekend Showdown

So far, the Atlanta Braves have had a firm hold on the top spot in the National League’s East Division, but the Washington Nationals hope to pose a challenge this weekend. The gap between the two teams is 4.5 games, and the Nationals have lost six of their last 10 while the Braves have won […]

Yankees Host Athletics in Showdown of Two of American League’s Best

The New York Yankees are set to host the Oakland Athletics this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in what will be a matchup between two of the American League’s best teams. At the time of this writing, the Yankees sit at 15-10, three games behind the Red Sox for first place in the American League East. […]

Wrigley Field to Get $500M Renovation

It’s been an ongoing proposal between the Ricketts family – owners of the Chicago Cubs – and the city of Chicago. A renovation to Wrigley Field was needed, hopefully to revive a long-ailing baseball team, and to help bring in more profit for the team and its owners. How that renovation was going to be […]

Baseball Comes to Broadway in 2013

New Yorkers love Broadway and they love the Yankees and next year, they’ll be able to see them brought together. A play regarding the Yankees is coming to the Great White Way, but only enough details have been released to tease New York audiences. The show doesn’t even have a name yet, but it is […]

Miguel Cabrera Wins Triple Crown, First in 45 Years

The Detroit Tigers took a 1 — 0 victory against Kansas City, but that’s not what has everyone in the Big D celebrating today. It’s not what had Tigers’ manager Jim Leyland tearing up in his eyes; and it’s not why general manager Dave Dombrowski kept reminding everyone to enjoy the moment. This had little […]

What Happened to the New York Mets?

What is happening with the New York Mets as of late?  The Mets actually had a great season to start with.  However, as of May 29, 2012, we are witnessing a downward slope when it comes to the Mets’ performance.  They are next to last place in the Majors in terms of home runs.  They […]

Umps vs. Players in MLB

Brett Lawrie’s outburst on umpire Bill Miller during Tuesday night’s baseball game leaves a lot of people questioning the relationship between umpires and players in Major League Baseball. At the end of a close game, Lawrie was at the plate when Fernando Rodney threw a ball that was in fact, a ball — quite obviously […]

Ryan Braun and the MVP Recall

Ryan Braun recently tested positive for a “performance-enhancing drug”, leading to speculation that he could be stripped of his National League MVP Award. Braun is currently appealing results of the test and could face a 50-game suspension at the beginning of the new season. This could spell trouble for the Milwaukee Brewers, for which Braun […]

Texas Teams Teeter Between Great and Lackluster Performances

The Texas Rangers lost Game 7 of the World Series to the St. Louis Cardinals, giving baseball fans a great and historic game, and the FOX network some huge ratings.  (25.4 million viewers)  While Texas and fans will admit this was a highly competitive match, they can’t help but be disappointed if they were rooting […]

Flailing Dodgers Lower Ticket Prices to Lure Fans Back

The Los Angeles Dodgers have had a hard year. Usually not making the playoffs would be enough to crush any team’s spirit, but that was the least of the Dodgers’ problems this year. After owner Frank McCourt lost just about everything he owned in divorce, the team filed for bankruptcy. But, the Dodgers have found […]