The 13-inning marathon between the Rockies and Cubs last night for a spot in the NLDS is proof why the Wild Card games were the best addition to October by Major League Baseball. The single, win or go home game gives the best baseball has to offer: strategy, drama, pressure with post season dreams on … Continue reading The Wild Card: Greatest Game on Dirt
The topic of abuse, mainly domestic, has been at the center of sports for years now. Whether it's Ray Rice and the NFL's mishandling of the notoriously violent elevator video or Jose Reyes pushing his wife through a glass door, it's affected every league. Now it has finally made its way to the Kansas City … Continue reading Baseball, a place for 2nd chances, except for abusers
The Red Sox announced yesterday the re-signing of their former first baseman Mitch Moreland to a two year, $13 million deal. This signing produced major implications in the free agent market, most directly affecting free agent first baseman Eric Hosmer. Many saw the Red Sox as an optimal designation for the former Royal. Hosmer is … Continue reading Sox Sign Moreland, Now What?
A look at that Royals' second half of the season