Inspecting the 2010 NLCS: Giants vs. Phillies

I didn’t have this problem with my ALCS Preview. I’m not exactly a fan of the Yankees, or the Rangers, even though I do respect the philosophy of both organizations, so I didn’t have an issue with bias. However, I’ve had to try my hardest to keep my San Francisco fandom on the backburner. I’m […]

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Inspecting the 2010 ALCS: Rangers vs. Yankees

It all makes sense. There should never have been any doubt in anyone’s mind that in The Year of the Pitcher, some of the better arms in the American League will be fighting for the Pennant beginning with Game One on Friday night. Cliff Lee is, of course, Cliff Lee, and depending on who you […]

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NLDS Game Three Timeline: Phillies at Reds

Top of the First 8:09 First pitch to the Flyin’ Hawaiian is a ball, the game is underway and I’m finally able to watch a game this weekend. I caught the end of the great Giants Braves game that ended a few minutes ago, but missed the two Tampa Bay Ray wins and the two […]

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No Experience Necessary: Halladay, Wilson, Lincecum dominate in Debuts

I’m looking at the first six games of the postseason and I see one central theme at work.   Pitching.Duh. And, no I’m not just talking about Roy Halladay and his exceptional performance against the Reds in his postseason debut, but of the debuts ofTim Lincecum and CJ Wilson as well. They may not have pitched no-hitters but they were equally as […]

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NLDS Game One Timeline: Braves at Giants

The San Francisco Giants have waited seven years since they last sniffed the Postseason and be it good or bad, I’ve never seen so many orange towels before in my life. Personal preferences aside (The Giants are my favorite team West of Detroit) this is going to be a great series. For the true baseball […]

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ALDS Game One Timeline: Rangers at Rays

TOP of the FIRST 1:32 There are seriously this many people at Tropicana? Bandwagon Fans! 1:35 David Price toes the rubber to start the 2010 postseason. His 19 regular season wins are the most in franchise history. It looks like some fans will actually see him pitch now, since none of them showed up in […]

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Give This Ball One Swift Kick in the…

So, since we have decided that we like Soccer all of a sudden (and let’s not fool ourselves here. When this is over, we are not going to care anymore – we’d like to, but we won’t. Most of these U.S. players play in the British Premier League anyway. That’s why the Landon Donovan story is so huge. He plays for the L.A. Galaxy. That’s in America) what happens next? Since we made it through to the Knockout Stage what is to be expected and where are we going to go…

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