Previews are pointless. Rarely do they offer any insight into what their actually previewing. Most fans already know who is who and what is what. It’s the World Series. If you didn’t know the specifics, you probably weren’t going to watch anyway. Especially with baseball. This 2009 season has been going [...]
Los Angeles Angels 7 – New York Yankees 6: After holding a 4-0 lead from the first inning to the sixth, Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia decided to take out his starting pitcher John Lackey, who had been lights out until the seventh, after he allowed the Yankees to load the bases with [...]
I’ll be honest, I watched football yesterday. But is a quick synopsis of the playoff games that took place.
Los Angeles Angels 7 – Boston Red Sox 6: Starting the top of the ninth, Jonathan Papelbon entered the game with a run run lead to protect. He had already given up a run in [...]
After effectively defecting from Cuba several months ago, pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman has been approved to become a free agent by Major League Baseball. Chapman will easily be the most sought after prize on the market thanks to this news, with the big money teams, like the Yankees, Red Sox, Angels and Dodgers, being [...]
The Texas Rangers have answered my call for Chris Davis to be brought back up to the big league club and it comes at a great time.
The Rangers are in New York for a three game set with the best team in baseball, the Yankees. The Bronx Bombers has taken new meaning thanks [...]
New York Yankees slugger Mark Teixeira will be able to sleep well tonight because he no longer has to worry about Vincente Padilla sneaking into his bed room and hanging him with a Cuban necktie.
Padilla will now join the Los Angeles Dodgers after being released by the Texas Rangers, but will pitch one [...]
It’s back. “Reading the Internet” will give 3-5 links to stories, videos or pictures that are popular in the sports world for that day. The title of the article was inspired by Florida Marlins manager Freddy Gonzalez when he said “I read the newspaper…..and those others, uh, reading the internet…” in an interview on [...]
As The Big Lead has pointed out many times this season, the big market teams are destroying the standings right now. Of the top seven teams salary wise, only the New York Mets are not realistically in their division or wild card race. Here is how the rest of those teams stack up:
The Yankees-Red Sox game last night might have settled the AL East. Alex Rodriguez became the first player in the history of baseball to hit a walk-off home run in the fifteenth inning or later while Brad Pitt was drinking coffee during a thunderstorm in Missouri while I was at a Giants game listening [...]
New York Yankees outfielder Melky Cabrera hit for the cycle yesterday in an 8-5 Yankee win over the White Sox. Cabrera is the fifteenth Yankee to hit for the cycle in the history of the team, and is the first to do so in 14 years. The Yankees sit .5 in front of the [...]