Dodgers End 28-Year Drought

The defining moment of the Dodgers fate in reaching the Fall Classic came off the bat of their red bearded third baseman, Justin Turner, whose three-run walk-off blast in game two of the NLCS signaled the end of a 28-year old drought. If you needed any more clues that this… Read more“Dodgers End 28-Year Drought”

The Dodger’s Destiny Falls On Challenging Times

As I’ve made peace with the Mets year of discontent, my heart goes out to the devoted Dodger fans trying to make sense of the colossal collapse that has invaded their once invincible team. The pitching rotation that looked suspect on paper prevailed up until what appeared to be an… Read more“The Dodger’s Destiny Falls On Challenging Times”

The Mets Hobble Into All-Star Break After Series Loss To The Cardinals

For the Mets it’s been a sobering season to say the least. A slew of pitching injuries, diminished returns from the disabled list, and underperforming players have made them prey against practically any team that has a pulse. The Cardinals may not be at the bottom of the heap, but… Read more“The Mets Hobble Into All-Star Break After Series Loss To The Cardinals”

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