Jake Arrieta Was The Definition of Dominance Last Night

Dominance. It’s defined as the state of being in control of or having more power than another. Or, in the alternative, it can be defined as what Jake Arrieta was when no-hitting my Cincinnati Reds yesterday. It took only 119 Continue reading Jake Arrieta Was The Definition of Dominance Last Night

MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson Today

Today, the number 42 returns to Major League Baseball as we celebrate the legacy of Jackie Robinson. Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, becoming the first African American to play in the Major Leagues in 1947. His first start came on Continue reading MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson Today

Warriors Humbled By Unfamiliar Basketball Foe

The Golden State Warriors were humbled by defeat yesterday, just 24 hours before they go for sole possession of the NBA single season wins record. Their opponent? The L.A. Angels. No, seriously. I know you’re asking me how that’s even Continue reading Warriors Humbled By Unfamiliar Basketball Foe

MLB’s New Slide Rule Has Already Caused Controversy

Well that didn’t take long. On just the third day of the regular season, MLB’s new slide rule has already taken center stage.¬†It’s application – the first since the rule’s adoption in the offseason –¬†ended last night’s Blue Jays-Rays game Continue reading MLB’s New Slide Rule Has Already Caused Controversy

Podcast Episode 49 – The 2016 Season Preview Special

It’s Opening Day, and that means is season preview time. Matthew George and Brandon Mattingly aren’t picking divisions this year, but they are still making predictions galore as the 2016 season gets underway. Who will be the first player traded Continue reading Podcast Episode 49 – The 2016 Season Preview Special

On Opening Night, Royals Pick Up Right Where They Left Off

Is it April or October? For yesterday’s season-opening main event, Major League Baseball treated us to a World Series rematch between the Royals and Mets. The Royals did what the Royals do consistently now – all the small things that Continue reading On Opening Night, Royals Pick Up Right Where They Left Off

It Is Time . . . And People Will Come

Look around this afternoon. Trees are starting to regain their leaves. The sky is bluing. The birds are singing. Life has been breathed into the 2016 calendar year, and on the heels of all those amazing changes comes something even Continue reading It Is Time . . . And People Will Come