Houston Gets World Series Hardware Over The Dodgers In A Lackluster Game 7

When Justin Turner walloped a walk-off home run in the National League Divisional Series 29 years to the day of Kirk Gibson’s famous dinger it felt like a sign that the Dodgers were the team fated to hoist the Fall Classic Trophy. But LA was competing against a dynamic team… Read more“Houston Gets World Series Hardware Over The Dodgers In A Lackluster Game 7”

Houston Beats LA With Thrilling Walk-off in Game 5 of the World Series

In a raucous Game 5 of the World Series a walk in the park was good for a run as seven batters given free passes crossed the plate in Houston’s dramatic 10th inning walk off win against the Dodgers to go up 3-2 heading back to LA. For the better… Read more“Houston Beats LA With Thrilling Walk-off in Game 5 of the World Series”

Dodgers Take World Series Game 1 With Kershaw’s Arm and Turner’s Bat

Justin Turner’s hunt for a red-hot October resumed in Game 1 of the World Series with a tiebreaking two-run homer off of Dallas Keuchel that held up in the Dodgers 3-1 win against the Astros in the best-of- seven series. After striking out and fouling out with in his first… Read more“Dodgers Take World Series Game 1 With Kershaw’s Arm and Turner’s Bat”

Houston Dominates Yu Darvish in World Series Game 3

Who needs analytics when your starters are saviors, which was proven by Houston’s 5-3 win over LA in Game 3 of the World Series at Minute Maid Park? Houston starting pitchers are paying it forward this postseason with clutch multiple inning saves for their teammates who toed the rubber before… Read more“Houston Dominates Yu Darvish in World Series Game 3”

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”

Mets Are Swept By Dodgers Behind Another Messy Performance By Steven Matz

Former Met Justin Turner bled Dodger blue all over Citi Field this weekend – another depressing reminder of the prolific player NY carelessly let slip off their roster. Sunday the NL batting leader’s latest target was starting pitcher Steven Matz, whose unlucky streak of losses reached four, dropping his season… Read more“Mets Are Swept By Dodgers Behind Another Messy Performance By Steven Matz”

Terry Collins Needs To Do A Better Job At Coaching

Even with a splendid seat ten rows from the first baseline, the twenty-six dollars I paid was not worth the price of admission having to suffer through a poor outing by a Mets pitcher in person. A day after the wheels came off of Mets starter Zack Wheeler, it was… Read more“Terry Collins Needs To Do A Better Job At Coaching”