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2014 Season Predictions: Stone cold guesses

Predictions are predictably wrong.  But just in case we can get them right, it’s fun to go back and look at what you thought.  These are not based on simulations or modeling which is probably the best way to do … Continue reading

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MLB.tv officially renewed

Officially renewed my MLB.tv premium account for 2014.  Especially during the summer when I usually dump cable, being able to watch the Reds, Mariners and all the great matchups is a serious bump to the summer enjoyment level. I’m hoping … Continue reading

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AL wins an exhibition game and they win home field advantage…makes sense?

This post is brought to you by The Sports Geek.  A great place to go for free betting advice. The first half of the season has been a great one.  Highlighted by Chris Davis’s home run bonanza, no hitters by … Continue reading

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Angel Pagan hits a walk off inside the park home run

  Should we call it a “run-off” home run?  Not sure?  Well whatever it was, it was awesome.  The San Francisco Giants ended up beating the Colorado Rockies and got to a tie for first place in the NL West. … Continue reading

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Orioles lose to Rays on Jim Johnson’s back

The Orioles looked like they were going to hold on for a win today against the Rays.  Jim Johnson had other ideas.  He did not pitch well today and it costs Baltimore the game.  See more: [Rank Relief] Digg this … Continue reading

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WAR check up

We are only 35 some odd games into the season, but some players are already have great seasons.  Let’s take a quick look at the players that are most impacting their teams positively.  For this we will use Baseball-reference.com WAR … Continue reading

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Fernando Rodney was better last year…

Fernando Rodney gets a long look at JP Arencibia blast the game winner. The Rays score 7 runs in the 3rd inning against the struggling Blue Jays and seemingly would have the game in hand if they could manage the … Continue reading

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The Reds needed 13 innings and Michael Bowden to beat the Cubs

Michael Bowden watches Jay Bruce’s game tying double roll to the wall The Cubs were at it again tonight but this time Carlos Marmol somehow stayed out of the spotlight.  The Cubs are not a great team but they have … Continue reading

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Look at the lines: If you’d like to make a little money…these might work.

Every so often we try to take a look at some baseball lines and see if there is any action worth taking.  Since we are now 2 plus weeks into the season, we’ve been able to get a handle on … Continue reading

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GIF of the week: Never waste a beer

Most of what we love about baseball happens on the field.  But we’d be remiss if we didn’t pay tribute to this courageous Mariners fan.  Drinking what looks to be a stout or porter he caught a foul ball…in his … Continue reading

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