Congratulations to Jeff Bagwell, Pudge Rodriguez, and Tim Raines on their election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The three players deserved the game’s highest honor and their baseball careers were telling tales of just how deserving they were to be inducted. However, there were plenty of former players more
The Boston Red Sox, a team only about a third of ESPN analysts (11 of 31) picked to make the playoffs, have clinched their postseason berth (something GameDaySportsBlog.com said they would). And with their five game lead over Toronto with just five games left, it seems like only a matter
In case my readers haven’t noticed yet, I seem to have a problem with a lot of the selections for awards lately. The NBA MVP vote was stupid, and so is anybody who thinks Steph Curry is more VALUABLE than Lebron James. I argued for Zach Greinke to win the
In the past week multiple outlets have published pieces declaring the Orioles’ Zach Britton not only a player in the AL Cy Young race, but the pitcher who should be at the forefront of the discussion. Writers for ESPN, Bleacher Report, and Sporting News all declared Britton their top choice
If you go to a baseball game at Petco Park this season expecting to see your hometown Padres play some ball, you may be confused as to what you see running out from the first-base dugout. The starting nine for San Diego is close to unrecognizable to just about every
What may seem funny to many is the comical way Chris Sale went about showing his in-affection for the White Sox 1976 throwback jerseys, by cutting them up with a pair of scissors, might be much more than just a funny story for baseball fans to tell the next generation
Here at GameDaySportsBlog.com we argue for players to that are on the fence of induction to get into the Hall of Fame. And in these same articles we argue the other side, making a case against the enshrinement of the player. Today in “Hall of No Hall” we take a
As many of you know, I grew up in the 90’s. And as a child of the 90’s we often look back at our childhoods and remember Super Nintendo, Tamagotchi’s, and Pokemon. But some of us remember a time when playing outside was the cool thing to do, and nothing
That’s a heck of a question. The answer: Real Damn Good. Not since the 2001 Seattle Mariners have we seen a team win at this kind of pace. In fact, had they pulled off a win in last night’s game against the Braves instead of falling 5-1, they would be
Remember baseball? That sport we watched as children. The game we played in the street where different cars were used as the bases. The pastime of not only our summers, but of our country. Well that sport seems to have changed with every passing year.
The way people slide has changed.