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Sitting here tonight having a little fun with Joshua. We decided to make picks on the MLB Wild Card games coming up the next two days. Here are our picks, in our own words. AL Wild Card Game: Astros vs. … Continue reading
This is another really interesting division. It’s top heavy with two good teams in the Angels and the Mariners. Thanks to Mike Trout’s MVP numbers, a resurgent Albert Pujols, and a lights out bullpen, the Angels cruised to an MLB-best … Continue reading
Injuries have already impacted several of these clubs right out of the gate. Both the Rangers and Angels were already a bit suspect in this department heading into the season. And now, just a week or so in, both clubs … Continue reading
I’ll admit that it’s hard to think objectively here. As you all well know, I’m a Cards homer through and through. And while I thought long and hard about picking Cincinnati to win the division, I just can’t seem to … Continue reading
We’re spending a few days in St. Louis this week, catching a few Cards games before school starts back. These early August school start dates really wreak havoc on summer schedules. But I digress. We’re catching the first few games … Continue reading
I’ve thought a lot about this division. A lot. Which should come as no surprise given my lifelong allegiance to the St. Louis Cardinals. In honor of Opening Day, here is my review of the National League Central Division. There … Continue reading
For whatever it’s worth, I think it’s very cool that Major League Baseball has developed Jackie Robinson Day. I don’t want to wax poetic, but Robinson was more than a great ballplayer; he was a great American. Robinson is one … Continue reading