Baseball players hit women too

This is the silly season, the time of year we contemplate baseball, free from the whip-around of everyday play. So with the news of Jose Reyes’ arrest on Halloween, I find myself pondering something that isn’t silly at all: the violence visited upon women by men who play the game and my trepidation at how that violence will be handled. Violence occupies an odd place in baseball...
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November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

What Can The Yankees Do To Hold Off The Surging Blue Jays?

When ESPN polled 15 of their experts before the season and asked which team would win the American League East, four of them chose the Toronto Blue Jays, and none of them chose the New York Yankees. Experts at FOX Sports buried the Yankees as well (too old, they said), and ESPN’s Grantland picked them to finish last in the division. But it’s the Yankees, right now, who hold onto...
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August 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Juan Lagares is the new Jose Reyes

Last night’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies showcased how much Juan Lagares impacts this Mets offense. Everyone knows how good he plays on the defensive side on the ball, as he makes plays that leave everyone watching in awe. There is an excitement watching Lagares play that can remind fans of watching Jose Reyes play, and there are some similarities between the two....
May 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Fooled By The Name Brand Shortstops

Fantasy owners often like to have a name to associate with their picks in a draft or their purchases at an auction. Shortstop easily calls up the following names: Troy Tulowitzki, Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez. We all have associations with the names, but Tulo's injury history cost my team valuable points the last three years. He was 11% below an average-producing SS in my 18...
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February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly – Fantasy Baseball Updates:

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Fantasy Baseball Updates – Opening Day: Don Baylor/Vlad Guerrero – This isn’t much to the Fantasy Baseball World, but happened in a West Coast Game that many may not have seen. Don Baylor who is the 64-Year Old Hitting Coach for the Angels caught the ceremonial Opening Day […]
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April 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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