This post originally appeared on my personal blog, Left Fieldâ€¦hence, the concept of an All-Left Field Team.
Sunday’s inductees into the National Baseball Hall of Fame are a varied group, with nicknames running the spectrum in terms of flattery. With Andre Dawson (aka “Hawk”) being the only player elected on the writers’ ballot, the Veterans Committee saved the day by voting in “The White Rat,” Whitey Herzog, and the umpire otherwise known […]
With the winter meetings in Las Vegas coming to an end this week, there’s no question that the Yankees and the Mets stole the show. With each team making two key additions to address their respective areas of greatest need, they virtually assured that there will be a Subway Series in 2009.
This is the second of a two-part Seamheads.com preview of the 2008 World Series. While Justin covered the Series from the Phillies’ side, I’ll take a look from the Rays’ perspective.
There was some controversy surrounding the play that all but ended the Angels’ season on Monday night. But, for whatever reason, an elusive rule interpretation doesn’t seem to have received the attention it deserves.
As the season winds down, and is reduced to 10 teams realistically vying for 8 playoff spots, I thought it would be interesting to discuss what I consider to be the five potential World Series matchups with the most compelling storylines.
Two years ago, I wrote about how the MVP is a joke, because it’s come down to nothing but a debate over what the criteria for the award should be.
With eight games to go in their 2008 Major League Baseball season, the Yankees’ “tragic number” currently stands at 2.