The Phillies have been the league’s best team from the start, while the Brewers have come on strong after the all-star break…
How could I suggest such a thing? My complaint is not that Halladay’s season was undeserving of the award. Rather, it’s with the way in which he won it.
Almost as certain as Brent Musberger using the phrase, “Folks, we are watching the freshman grow up before our very eyes”, the MLB baseball playoffs is almost certain to introduce us to a new face in the game. This year it is Madison Bumgarner.
By now, it’s pretty much old news that the New York Times reports that David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez were on the list
It is a deadly syndrome that is starting to sweep Major League baseball. There has been only one case known until recently and that case has existed only in Canada. But now rumors are circulating, that the syndrome is slowly spreading across the United States. It is the Roy Halladay Syndrome.
First of all, I have to apologize that a third consecutive Friday will pass without a Mount Otsego entry. Smitty and I just can’t seem to get our acts together at the same time lately.
Little more than 30 minutes before tipoff and a few topics to consider. It’s only May, and are the Blue Jays pushing the panic button? Looking to keep pace in the AL East the Jays used ace Roy Halladay in relief last night. Toronto topped the Phillies 6-5. Halladay pitched two and a third and […]