I know it has only been a week, but how exciting is it to have baseball back? So many things happened opening week it will be hard to put it in one list. Lets give it a try, eh? (the “eh” is for all my Blue Jay fans out there) Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2013: Happenings From Opening Week In The Bigs”
The American League West has a shot to have three teams within the division in the playoffs. How far any of them go is a matter of pitching and leadership. Continue reading “The Locker Major League Baseball Preview 2013: American League West”
As far as the hot stove season in baseball goes, the first few days in December are when things really get going.
Now for those of you who didn’t understand anything I said in the first line welcome to baseball “nerd jargon” 101. For those who know exactly what I’m talking about you’re looking for a tidbit, a nugget, a gem, or a something indicating what your favorite team will and will not do. Continue reading “Major League Baseball Offseason 2012: Next Weeks Winter Meetings Should Lay Groundwork For Free Agent Market, Produce Trades”
Before this season I loved what the Angels had put together out in Anaheim. They had the best staff in that division, the second best player in baseball, and arguably one of the top three managers in baseball.
Then they stumbled out of the gate to 10-17. Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2012: Los Angeles Angels May Prove To Be Best In The West After All”
Josh Hamilton continued his magnificent start to 2012 by putting on a show in Baltimore last night.
Not that there isn’t anything to see in Baltimore these days (more on that to come) but what Hamilton did last night, hitting four home runs in a game, had only been done 15 times prior in Major League Baseball history and not once since 2003. Continue reading “Major League Baseball Notes 5/9/2012: Josh Hamilton Hits Four Home Runs”