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In the Cape Cod League, it’s all wood

Cape Cod League

Cape Cod League baseball and gorgeous sunsets go hand and hand. (R. Lincoln Harris) If there’s a better place to be in the summertime than Cape Cod, I don’t know where it is. And if there’s anything that’s more summery than baseball, you’ll have to tell me what it is. So whenever you combine the best place to be with the More...

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Octavio Arroyo
By Steve Randel On Monday, June 15th, 2015

Deported pitcher Octavio Arroyo hopes to be a Marlin soon

Octavio Arroyo was selected by the Miami Marlins with the 716th pick in the 2015 MLB draft. (Hayne Palmour IV/San Diego Union-Tribune) I love human interest stories about individuals who face adversity and still More...

Matt Dominguez has a good glove at third and lots of raw talent, and he's still just 25.
By Paul West On Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Matt Dominguez worth a look for Mets?

Matt Dominguez has a good glove at third and lots of raw talent, and he’s still just 25. Through pitching, a “next man up” approach and the power of belief, the New York Mets are in a tight race More...

David Ortiz
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

The dichotomy of David Ortiz

Left-handed pitchers are making David Ortiz look old. (USA Today) David Ortiz is still a great hitter. Sort of. The Boston Red Sox suffered through almost a hundred years without winning a World Series until turning More...

Pedro Alvarez
By Steve Randel On Monday, June 8th, 2015

Pedro Alvarez, Francisco Cervelli key to Pirates success

Pedro Alvarez and Francisco Cervelli (right) need to deliver all season long for the streaking Pirates. It’s caught my attention that the Pittsburgh Pirates have been on a roll recently, which is probably More...

Triple Crown
By R. Lincoln Harris On Sunday, June 7th, 2015

Triple Crown reminder of how different things were in ’78

The Reggie! bar was a big deal back in 1978. (photo by R. Lincoln Harris) I’ll never forget the stretch run between Affirmed and Alydar in the Belmont Stakes back in 1978. It was just a few days before my More...

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