Normally, I would tell you I hate the bat flip. It’s arrogant and disrespectful. It shows up the pitcher. It makes you look like an idiot. But, yesterday….yesterday I absolutely loved it.
If the Blue Jays and Rangers were simply playing in a regular season game I would have been disgusted with the way Jose Bautista carried himself. But it wasn’t just a regular game. It was a playoff series-clinching win for the Blue Jays with so much more involved in the game. And the moment of that home run is something we just don’t get every day Continue reading →
I wasn’t very good predicting who would be in the postseason. Of the 10 teams who will play in the playoffs, I had four of them. That’s not very good. In fact, it’s awful. But, hey, it’s better than not getting any correct. Here’s a look back at the April predictions.
So now we turn the page. The MLB Postseason gets underway tonight with the Yankees hosting Houston in the AL wild-card game. Since I am so awesome at predictions I will offer these. Continue reading →
Opening Day 2011 is in the books. Six games took center stage on Thursday March, 31 to get the Major League Baseball season underway. Some of the highlights include Ramon Hernadez walk off home run, Don Mattingly wins as manager and Albert Pujols left hitless. Here is a recap of the games on opening day –
Tis the season, baseball season. We are now hours away from Opening Day. What’s the start of baseball season without some predictions. Now, none of us can predict the perfect season because you never know who is going land on the DL. One player on some of these teams could be the difference on how they finish. On paper, it would appear that the Red Sox have one of the better offensive lineups, while the Phillies may have the best rotation in the history of they game. Let’s be honest, when all five are healthy, they are loaded. So here we go, predictions for 2011. Continue reading →