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Who’s the Alpha?

September 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The battle over who’s the alpha dog of the American League East has commenced, and the Tampa Bay Rays drew first blood.

Pitching Helps Optimism for Both Early Second-Half Leaders

July 20, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

A head-to-head series between Lancaster and Bridgeport presented an ideal opportunity to check the pulse of these second-half division leaders.     Both managers, Tom Herr of the Barnstormers and Willie Upshaw of the host Bluefish, believe their starting pitching has gotten better as the 140-game season has progressed, and that fact alone could keep them […]

With 38 Players Used Already, Bears ‘Continuing to Build’; Perkins May Help

June 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

It is highly advisable for anyone going to a Newark Bears game to pick up a program.  This goes for regulars at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium as well as the casual fan or someone watching the Bears on the road. Thirty-six games into the campaign or just past midway in the first half of […]

Parity Exists, But Injuries and Player Losses Make the Challenges Tougher

May 16, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Parity appears extremely strong three weeks into the Atlantic League season with every team within two games of the division lead, but the challenge to managers and player personnel bosses to keep it that way is certain to build now that the expected roster-juggling has started. It seems every person this typist talks to has […]