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Cubs’ road to victory anything but easy

You didn’t think it was going to be an easy and smooth process, did you?  The Chicago Cubs, after 108 years of futility, reached the pinnacle of the sports world by beating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game 7 of the World Series, a game that will go down as one of the greatest ever played.

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Posted by on 11/03/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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Mets’ run halted by unstoppable Bumgarner

Something special appeared to be brewing in Queens this season.  Despite losing Matt Harvey, Jacob DeGrom and Steven Matz for the season at varying points, the Mets kept plugging away, finishing the season on a 27-13 run following Yoenis Cespedes’ return from the disabled list on August 19th to earn the first wild-card spot in the national league.

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Posted by on 10/06/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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O’s lost because of offense, not Britton

Would bringing in Zach Britton out of the bullpen have resulted in an Orioles victory?  Maybe.  Should Buck Showalter have gone to him sooner, or at least at all?  Probably.  Was not going to Britton the No. 1 reason why the Orioles lost?  Absolutely not.

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Posted by on 10/05/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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Top five questions for 2017 Yankees

The 2016 season Yankees season is in the books, and for the third time in the past four seasons, there will be no postseason baseball played in the Bronx.

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Posted by on 10/04/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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Severino’s future may be best suited in bullpen

It’s the harsh reality the Yankees hoped wouldn’t come out to be, but it may be best for everyone involved.  Once heralded as a potential No. 1 starter with electric stuff, Luis Severino’s future may not entail what the Yankees always envisioned.

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Posted by on 09/08/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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MLB organizations should be clamoring for Tebow

The chances of Tim Tebow being a productive Major League Baseball player are slim to none.  It would be an unprecedented feat for someone, anyone who hasn’t played baseball in 12 years like Tebow to all of a sudden decide they want to play again and then make a meaningful impact.

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Posted by on 08/30/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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Gary Sanchez’s unprecedented start to MLB career

The sport of baseball has been played since it was invented on the intersection of Washington Street and 11th street in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1876, and no player has had a start to their career like Yankees rookie catcher Gary Sanchez.

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Posted by on 08/27/2016 in MLB, Sports Writing

 

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