Monthly Archives: October 2010

Now Pitching For The Rangers, Second Baseman, CJ Wilson

Here’s how inspirational Cliff Lee has been on left-handed starter CJ Wilson. Click the picture for the article and moving picture accompaniment:

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Your “Least Deserving Potential World Series Ring Winners”

Barry Bonds never won a World Series. Karl Malone and John Stockton could never overtake Jordan’s Bulls. To Vince Lombardi, Dan Marino’s name never had a good…ring to it. See what I did there? The point I’m trying to make … Continue reading

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If Brian Wilson Isn’t Your God, Get A New God

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The Series For The World

What’s not to like about this year’s World Series? Obviously if your team isn’t playing you’d prefer they were, but other than that fact this fall classic should lead to enjoyable viewing. The antlers/whatever business is the dumbest thing since … Continue reading

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Well, This Is Sort Of Funny

I won’t do too much analysis on the article because the good people at Yahoo! sports have done a solid job already. Bengie Molina is probably getting his ring fitted right now: Bengie Molina is getting a ring no matter … Continue reading

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Shane Larkin: The Big Red Machine Spin-off

He may be signing with Big East cellar-dweller DePaul, but I wager that Shane Larkin will enjoy more success than this spin-off. College basketball season is right around the autumnal corner and I’ve been anxiously awaiting a reason to tie … Continue reading

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How to become a dominating pitcher – by Cliff Lee

Not everyone has the same path to becoming one of the game’s best pitchers.  You could go the Tim Lincecum route and win back to back Cy Youngs in your first two full seasons, the Chris Carpenter route and reinvent … Continue reading

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Yankees Have Moment Of Silence For Dude Who Caught That Foul Ball That One Time

In life there are three types of people; those going to hell and those going to heaven. Then, there are those going to…ultra-heaven. Known simply to us underprivileged losers as “Yankees fans”, these faithful fanatics are obviously on a higher … Continue reading

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Edit: Playoff Predictions

A concussed Justin Morneau didn’t cheer hard enough from the dugout and the Stew’s darkhorse pick for the Series was ousted from the playoffs. As is the custom of recent times, the Yankees were the team doing the ousting. Once … Continue reading

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Josh Hamilton The Chicago Cub. I Remember That…Hour.

    In case you haven’t heard Justin Bieber rules, Katy Perry has boobs and Josh Hamilton can hit baseballs at an above average rate. Unless you’re able to avoid the suckfest that is ESPN announcing you probably have heard … Continue reading

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