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”

Dodgers Take 2-0 Game Lead Over Defending Champion Cubs

In the ninth inning of a tied playoff game, Cubs manager Joe Maddon looked at his lineup card, shaking his head as if disappointed there weren’t an array of different choices in the way of relief. With limited options in his undependable bullpen, Maddon turned to 38-year-old starter John Lackey,… Read more“Dodgers Take 2-0 Game Lead Over Defending Champion Cubs”

DeGrom Pitches A Gem, Cabrera Lines A Pair Of Long Balls In 6-1 Victory Over The Cubs

Jacob deGrom came back from the dead, defeating the Chicago Cubs 6-1 on a hot and humid June night at Citi Field. After getting pummeled in his past consecutive starts, deGrom vindicated himself in the most valiant way by pitching a complete game, the second of his major league career…. Read more“DeGrom Pitches A Gem, Cabrera Lines A Pair Of Long Balls In 6-1 Victory Over The Cubs”

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