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Aaron Harang

Braves Over Mets – Almost a No Hitter

Posted on 19 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

Right now, it’s hard to find a team playing better than the Atlanta Braves in all of Baseball. Their 6-0 win over the New York Mets showcased some incredible pitching, as Aaron Harang finished the game with a 7-inning no hitter that was “ruined” later on by the bullpen, eventually allowing David Wright to get a single hit in the game for the losing side. More

Yankees beat Rays

Yankees Over Rays – Triple Play Steals the Show

Posted on 18 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

A lot of good things are happening right now for the New York Yankees: The winning streak, CC Sabathia looking better, big hitting from Alfonso Soriano and Brian McCann. However, triple plays don’t come around too often, and the one that did stole the spotlight in the 10-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays. More

A's beat Angels

A’s Over Angels – Somehow They Pulled it Off

Posted on 16 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

The A’s keep finding ways to get out of tough situations and come up with dramatic wins. The next in this impressive line of victories came over the Los Angeles Angels, beating their division rivals 10-9 thanks to Josh Donaldson hitting and RBI double in the 11th inning. More

Giants beat Dodgers

Giants Over Dodgers – It Had to End at Some Point

Posted on 16 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

There’s a problem with Baseball and the length of certain games, and the San Francisco Giants beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 after 12 innings and most importantly six minutes shy of five hours is a perfect example of a sport that has games run a bit too long. More

Braves beat Phillies

Braves Beat Phillies – Dan Uggla Can Still Have Big Games

Posted on 15 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

From time to time, Dan Uggla reminds everyone why he has such a huge contract. Two home runs, including a grand slam in the ninth, is probably a good enough reminder as the Atlanta Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies 9-6 in what people would refer to as a slugfest. More

Lance Lynn

Cardinals Over Brewers – Lance Lynn, Destroyer of Streaks

Posted on 15 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

The Milwaukee Brewers were scorching going into their first game of the series against the St. Louis Cardinals, but a wonderful performance on the mound from Lance Lynn meant it was an end to their nine-game winning streak and an impressive 4-0 win for the Cards. More

Red Sox lose to Yankees

Yankees Over Red Sox – Some Simply Win, Others Whine About Replays

Posted on 14 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

It isn’t a real New York Yankees – Boston Red Sox series without a little bit of controversy, as instant replays and reviews took center stage in the fourth game as well. Once again, the Yankees got the benefit of the doubt and eventually won 3-2 after a big hitting day from Carlos Beltran. More

Brian McCann

Yankees Over Red Sox – Home Runs Have Nothing to do With Replays

Posted on 13 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

Despite the replay malfunction that the Boston Red Sox preferred to talk about after losing 7-4 to the New York Yankees, the deciding factor in the game was some awful pitching from John Lackey, helping Brian McCann, Alfonso Soriano, Kelly Johnson and Carlos Beltran practice on their home run hitting skills. More

Red Sox Beat Yankees

Red Sox Over Yankees – Grady Sizemore Destroys a Fading Pitcher

Posted on 12 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

With every game that goes by CC Sabathia looks less and less like someone who can be productive for the New York Yankees as their starting pitcher, giving up a huge three-run homer to Grady Sizemore that helped the Boston Red Sox come away with the 4-2 win an even the series at 1-1. More

Michael Pineda

Yankees Over Red Sox – Michael Pineda and the Mystery Substance

Posted on 11 Apr, 2014, by in Baseball

The funny thing about the mystery substance on the hand of Michael Pineda which did or didn’t help him lead the New York Yankees to a 4-1 win in their series opener against the Boston Red Sox? Only the media is actually making this an issue, while the players on the opposing team didn’t really seem to mind. More