Although a lot of regions in America are still trying to figure out why it is so cold, training camps in sunny Florida and Arizona are opened up, and Major League ball players are preparing for opening day. As Die hard baseball fans all hop on the Ozzie Smith bandwagon to make opening day a national holiday, smaller fans grow skeptical over all of the new changes implemented in the sport this offseason.
The World Series title is shipping up to Boston. The Red Sox won the Series Wednesday, closing the door on the Cardinals with a 6-1 victory in Boston.
Written by Joe Hubbs & Media by Ryan St. Hill It’s decided. The Boston Red Sox and St Louis Cardinals will face off for the 2013 World Series title. Both clubs did away with their counterparts in the championship round and now the young Cardinals have a chance to avenge their 2004 team’s
Written and Media by Joe Hubbs No surprise. After a competitive divisional series round with no sweeps, the Red Sox, Tigers, Dodgers, and Cardinals have steamrolled into the league championship series. A big, bad, bearded Red Sox lineup took little time messing around with the Wild Card winning Rays. In four games with two blowout victories, including a record setting game
With only one week left of the regular season, and the competitive scent of October hovering sweetly over playoff bound teams, the MLB is ready for what should be a thrilling race to the World Series. While most divisions are already clinched, the central division in each league is still up for grabs, and the wild card games have yet to be decided. So what has made this season so intriguing? What is going to make this a great October? Let’s take a look at each division and see what to expect this postseason.