Clippers Annihilate The Nets 127-95 For Their 7th Straight Victory

With my biological NY Knicks stuck in neutral, I’m feeling delight in the dominance of the Los Angeles Clippers, the club I’ve adopted since living in Lob City. After last year’s disappointing season, I was certain that Doc Rivers and his billionaire boss, Steve Ballmer were destined to dismantle the… Read more

Cubs Break The Curse Against Cleveland In Epic Game 7

Holy Cow! The Cubs win the World Series, getting rain-delayed satisfaction in a dramatic 10-inning game seven slugfest, ending 108 years of drought-filled sorrow. Rallying from a 3-1 deficit, Chicago defied the odds of beating a Cleveland team that seemed destined to repeat the feat of their NBA Cavalier cronies…. Read more

Cleveland Takes A Commanding 3-1 Lead At The Expense Of Lackey and Company

Chicago has become Cleveland’s kind of town as they take game 4 in formidable fashion, closing in on their first World Series Championship since 1948. In his second World Series start, Corey Kluber painted the outside corner of the plate, and all Chicago could do was strike out looking or… Read more

Indians Are Hot in Cleveland, Shutting Out Cubs In Game One

In game one of the World Series the red hot Chicago Cubs were cooled off in Cleveland by their destiny seeking Indian rivals. Tribe starter Corey Kluber silenced the Windy City wonder boys with 6 innings of shutout ball – setting a Fall Classic record setting eight strikeouts in the… Read more

After A 45 Year Drought, Cubs Win A Trip To The Fall Classic

Saturday night at Wrigley Field the Cubs won a trip to the World Series for the first time in 71 years, while the only thing Dodger fans went home with were the fourth familiar NLDS t-shirts on their backs. In a lopsided game six, the greatest pitcher on the planet… Read more

Cubs Break Giants Perfect Post Season Record With Clutch Rally In The 9th To Advance To The NLCS

Giants journeyman Conor Gillaspie came close to being the second coming of Cubs killer Daniel Murphy, but Bruce Bochy’s broken bullpen made a mockery of Matt Moore’s 8 inning masterpiece. The best chance to advance was ripped from the Bay Area when five relief pitchers failed miserably in preserving the… Read more

Mets Fall To Phillies In Final Regular Season Game. Will Face Giants In Wild Card One-off

In the Mets last regular season game that didn’t matter, I set up a makeshift sports bar in my living room, tuning back and forth to a riveting Ryder’s Cup, with commercial break visits to Vin Scully’s final broadcast. It would have been ideal for the Dodgers to deliver a… Read more

Mets Set A Francise 17 Run Shutout In Their Final Regular Season Home Game

As Major League Baseball mourned the tragic loss of Marlin’s ace pitcher Jose Fernandez, the #16 jersey bearing his name hung on the wall of every doleful dugout. And on this somber Sunday at Citi Field, the Mets muscled their way through their emotions in their final regular season home… Read more

Mets Take a Giant Leap Over SF With Sweep Over The Twins

Terry Collins dubious decision to rest veterans for rookies during a pennant chase paid dividends as the Mets completed a three game sweep over the Minnesota Twins with a 3-2 win at Citi Field on Sunday. NY now sits in the Wild Card driver’s seat with a one game lead… Read more