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”

Mets Misery On The Mound Continues Against The Cubs

While Jay Bruce helped Cleveland secure a spot in the history books at home, his former team was mired in more misery on the road, as the Cubs clobbered the Mets 17-5 at Wrigley Field. In his third start back from a right shoulder injury, Matt Harvey threw 86 pitches… Read more“Mets Misery On The Mound Continues Against The Cubs”

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“Cubs Break The Curse Against Cleveland In Epic Game 7”

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”

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”

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

FInding Nimmo In Flushing For Mets 4-3 Come From Behind Win Over Cubs

John Lackey had the Mets on lockdown until Yoenis Cespedes launched a rocket into the 3rd deck in the 6th, paving the way for a much needed 4-3 come from behind victory over the Cubs. Thursday night Citi Field was the setting for a nail biting, edge of your stadium… Read more“FInding Nimmo In Flushing For Mets 4-3 Come From Behind Win Over Cubs”