Tag Archives: Major League Baseball
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Major League Baseball has a DUI problem

Saturday, March 3: Colorado Rockies pitcher Alex White pulled over and charged with “extreme DUI” after recording a blood-alcohol content at 0.174 percent. Thursday, March 22: Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Bush hit a 72-year-old man on a motorcycle and then drove off. The victim, Tony Tufano, was seriously injured in the wreck, and Bush [...]

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In Game 6 of the World Series, David Freese of the St. Louis Cardinals hit a walk-off home run to force a deciding Game 7 with the Texas Rangers that the Cardinals would go on to win. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

We have a Game 7!

This is exactly what Major League Baseball needed. Maybe not necessarily what it wanted in a World Series (Yankees vs. Phillies would have probably been a better draw and led to more eyeballs watching the games), but this has been as exciting a Fall Classic as you’re going to see. The World Series is going [...]

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AP Photo/John Amis

What’s the point of September?

September is usually a month for white-knuckle playoff races in Major League Baseball, but the National League appears to be wrapped up already. On August 21, two divisional races (NL Central and NL East) are over, while the NL West race is about to be concluded. More: Vote in my Poll of the Week! In [...]

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