With eight losses in their last nine games, the Chicago White Sox are on more than a losing skid. The total collapse over the last week and a half has plummeted the Chisox right out of the race.Following Friday night’s 7-3 defeat to the division-rival Cleveland Indians, the White Sox are in last place in the AL … Continue reading Chisox plummet as new skipper Rick Renteria struggles
At baseball’s 2014 Winter Meetings in San Diego, the logjam in the starting pitching market has finally loosened. One result should be that Cole Hamels name will again become a hot trade topic.Free agent lefty Jon Lester finally has made up his mind, settling on the Chicago Cubs as his destination of choice. Francisco Liriano, another … Continue reading Hamels time!
Hunter Pence and Giants crush Royals in Series openerI have nothing against the San Francisco Giants. I just don't think they are as good as they have been playing this month. I may be wrong.The Giants continue to confound me with their high level of play, and last night's opening game of the 2014 World … Continue reading Giants continue to confound me
On Sunday night, October 27th, 1985, Hall of Famer George Brett and the Kansas City Royals put an 11-0 beat down on the Saint Louis Cardinals to win Game 7 of the 1985 World Series.The victory clinched the first and only World Series championship in the history of the Royals organization. It would also prove … Continue reading ALCS: Royals over Orioles
Veteran Cliff Floyd has helped lift Tampa Bay to contender status It's mid-August, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, er, just plain 'Rays' now, are in first place in the American League East Division. That is not a typo. I did not mean to say that first place belongs to the defending World Series … Continue reading Rays of hope