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AL East dominates postseason in wild card era

Boston's win last year gave the AL East a best-in-MLB World Series record of 8-3 during the wild card era. (Rob Tringali/MLB Photos)

The Boston Red Sox win last year gave the AL East a best-in-MLB World Series record of 8-3 during the wild card era. (Rob Tringali/MLB Photos) I didn’t see this mentioned anywhere else, but 2014 was the 20th year of the MLB wild card format in the postseason. From the time I was a kid in the 1970s, up until the players’ strike of 1994, More...

by R. Lincoln Harris | Published 7 months ago

Paul Konerko statue
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, September 29th, 2014
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Paul Konerko statue a fitting tribute from White Sox

Unveiled on Saturday, the Paul Konerko statue at U.S. Cellular field is a big hit. (R. Lincoln Harris) Without question, Paul Konerko enjoyed a long and successful career with the Chicago White Sox. And the signature More...

Javier Baez
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, September 15th, 2014
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Javier Baez helping Cubs approach unprecedented low

Javier Baez leads Chicago’s K brigade with nearly two per game. (Brian Kersey/Getty Images) One of the moments from “A Charlie Brown Christmas” that never made much sense to me — besides More...

PrideHarry
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, June 30th, 2014
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Baseball takes a Sunday off for Chicago Pride Parade

Harry Caray and the Cubs took a backseat to the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday. (R. Lincoln Harris) For those who follow the Chicago Cubs from afar, Sunday’s day off might not make any sense. Sunday and baseball More...

wnsr2013
By admin On Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
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TTFB editor discusses Tony Gwynn legacy on WNSR

TTFB senior editor Jon Sumple joined the 811 morning crew at WNSR in Nashville this morning to discuss Tony Gwynn and his legacy. Listen to the interview below:      More...

Tony Gwynn
By Jake Mastroianni On Monday, June 16th, 2014
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Tony Gwynn unlike anything we’ll ever see again

So long, Tony. You will be missed. Today — June 16, 2014 — is a sad day for all of baseball. For someone who grew up watching baseball in the early 1990s, Tony Gwynn was definitely a player who had More...


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