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Edinson Volquez sparked the Royals to a shutout victory in game one of the ALCS. (Getty Images) I must admit I was a bit surprised when the New York Mets and Chicago Cubs became the final twosome to compete for the National League pennant. No, actually, I was shocked. This was supposedly the year the dangerous Los Angeles Dodgers couldn’t be More...

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Chicago Cubs
By R. Lincoln Harris On Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
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Longfellow, long balls and the Chicago Cubs

Kyle Schwarber and Chicago Cubs brought out the boom stick against the St. Louis Cardinals in game three of the NLDS. Baseball lends itself to art like no other sport. If you think I’m exaggerating about More...

Cubs Cards rivalry
By R. Lincoln Harris On Thursday, October 8th, 2015
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Cubs-Cardinals rivalry is more than just baseball

In order to have a rivalry in professional sports, you need a few things. The first requirement is geographical proximity. Boston and New York come to mind, and they are separated by just over 200 miles. But if More...

mlb playoff preview
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
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MLB playoff preview: There can be only one

Jed Rigney is an award-winning filmmaker who also fancies himself a sportswriter. His next film “Nowhere Girl” is available online and Video on Demand on October 13. His views expressed here are not necessarily More...

Nowhere Girl
By Jed Rigney On Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
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Premature adulation: 2015 MVP and Cy Young Awards (and ‘Nowhere Girl’)

Shameless plug #4 … along with postseason award winners. Jed Rigney is an award-winning filmmaker who also fancies himself a sportswriter. His next film“Nowhere Girl” is available online and Video on More...

Roberto Osuna
By Steve Randel On Sunday, September 27th, 2015
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Roberto Osuna could be key to Blue Jays postseason success

Toronto needs rookie closer Roberto Osuna to finish strong in the postseason. Perhaps the most widely quoted cliche of the late, great Yogi Berra was, “It ain’t over ’til it’s over.” More...


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