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Mets winning with versatility and power of belief

Believe it: the New York Mets have baseball's best record.

Believe it: the New York Mets have baseball’s best record. With a tenth of the season under their belts, the New York Mets have — wait for it — the best record in baseball. At 13-3, they lead the National League East by four and a half games. They’re in the midst of an 11-game winning streak, each win coming against teams within More...

by Paul West | Published 4 weeks ago

Ender Inciarte
By Steve Randel On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Ender Inciarte flies under the radar in Arizona

Ender Inciarte is off to a fast start for Arizona. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images) After losing an embarrassing 98 games in 2014, nobody expects the Arizona Diamondbacks to turn things around anytime soon. After More...

players born in the '70s
By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, April 20th, 2015

Players born in the ’70s disappearing from MLB

Players born in the ’70s — like Carlos Beltran and Alex Rodriguez — are slowly disappearing from the game. (New York Times) A year ago, I launched That ’70s Project because I have memories More...

Kris Bryant
By R. Lincoln Harris On Friday, April 17th, 2015

After 12 days of Olt-mas, it’s Kris Bryant time

Things are finally looking up for Kris Bryant and the Chicago Cubs. (USA TODAY) There are times in life when you just know what’s going to happen next. Case in point: Way back in 1995, the Michael Jordan More...

Dusty Baker
By R. Lincoln Harris On Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Can Cubs sneak in on Giants’ off year?

Dusty Baker’s Giants let the 2002 World Series slip away and his Cubs team collapsed in the 2003 NLCS. The Giants rebounded just fine. Is it now time for the Cubs? Like many people, I like to begin my day More...

New York Mets
By Paul West On Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Opening Day win a role reversal for New York Mets

On Opening Day, the Mets did to the Nationals what the Nationals have seemingly done to them for the past several years. It’s only one game, and there are 161 left to play this season. The Washington Nationals More...

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