This our third edition of GameDaySportsBolg.com’s Weekly Tidbits, a video article that comes out every Sunday looking at our thoughts on the week that passed in sports and looking forward to next week.
Here’s what on the docket for this week’s video:
Texas is the team to beat in the American
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.
The Colorado Rockies have been the laughing stock of the Baseball World since their last postseason appearance, when they captured the National League Pennant in 2007. Since the Fall Classic where the Rockies were swept by the Red Sox, Colorado’s baseball fans have been treated to just 1 playoff victory,
1969 Baltimore Orioles (109-53)
The 1969 Baltimore Orioles were arguably the most dominant regular season team in Major League Baseball history. Winning 109 of their 162 regular season games helped the O’s win the AL East by 19 games over the Detroit Tigers.
A lot of the credit goes to the pitching
GameDaySportsBlog.com has only been up and running for a year and already we have written multiple articles about events that lead to rule changes. Last April we looked at Buster Posey’s broken leg and its impact on the game. Later that same month Adam Wainwright went down with a torn
Bryce Harper OF Nationals
Buster Posey C Giants
Kris Bryant 3B Cubs
Clayton Kershaw LHP Dodgers
Max Scherzer RHP Nationals
Madison Bumgarner LHP Giants
Rookie of the Year
Corey Seager 3B Dodgers
Trea Turner SS Nationals
Steven Matz LHP Mets
San Francisco Giants
Los Angeles Dodgers *WC
Every weekend GameDaySportsBlog.com will be bringing you the three people in each division who will be the ones who decide the champion. So after a month’s worth of work, we finally bring you the AL Central’s X-Factors.
The division that gave us the World Champion last season is more wide open
After last week’s look at the 3 people who will be wild cards in the NL Central, we take a look at a much less competitive division, the National League East. There are really only two teams vying for the division title and that is the New York Mets who
Each week leading up to the season we here at GameDaySportsBlog.com will take a look at the 3 people who will determine the outcome of each division. Last week we took a gander at the NL West, and this week we look at the NL Central.
The National League Central may
In this edition of “Hall or No Hall” we take a look at a player who is technically still playing, but has seen very limited action as of late due to injury. Cliff Lee before this string of injuries was one of the best pitchers in the league, and some