In a season of walk-offs, improbable wins, home runs, and clinches, there couldn’t have been any better way to finish off the 2014 season. Jordan Zimmermann threw the Expos/Nationals’ franchise’s 5th No-Hitter on Sunday, backed by the most unbelievable catch… Read More ›
Month: September 2014
Win A Copy Of Derek Jeter’s The Contract Here!
Last week, I wrote a review of Derek Jeter’s new kids book THE CONTRACT. Derek Jeter liked what I wrote about him so much that he put my post on his Facebook. The book officially goes on sale on Tuesday,… Read More ›
The Washington Nationals Clinch the NL East!
Tonight was an exciting night. The Nationals clinched the National League East Division with a 3-0 win over their rivals, the Atlanta Braves. This is the second time in three years that the Nats have won the Championship. The Nationals… Read More ›
Possible Postseason Conflict For Some Religious Baseball Players
Last week, MLB announced the 2014 postseason schedule, and it turns out that both Games 1 and 2 of the National League Division Series and both Games 2 of the American League Division Series fall on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur…. Read More ›
HBPs Show How Dangerous Baseball Can Be
On Thursday, MLB played only eleven games, as opposed to the usual 15. Still, there was a unusually high number of batters hit by a pitch. In fact, there were only 2 games were a player wasn’t hit: Game 1… Read More ›
Derek Jeter’s New Job After He Retires
Yesterday, Major League Baseball celebrated the career of Derek Jeter. Everybody knows the New York Yankees’ star short stop as one of the best players to ever play the game. He is a 14-time All-Star, World Series MVP, winner of… Read More ›
Who Wants Two Tickets to Monday’s Nats-Braves Game?
I’m giving away two tickets to the Nats-Braves game on Monday, September 8! It’s an important match-up for the NL East title, as the Nationals try to build on their lead and bring down their magic number. Do you want… Read More ›