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Shades of Ed Armbrister in the 2013 World Series

Armbrister (right) was in the middle of call shades of the 2013 World Series.

Armbrister (right) was in the middle of call shades of the 2013 World Series. Reading the “Give me Liberty, or give me Death!” speech by Patrick Henry is always inspiring to me. And one of the lines of that speech seems strangely applicable to last night’s conclusion of Game 3 of the World Series. (You won’t find this sort More...

by R. Lincoln Harris | Published 11 months ago

Michael Wacha
By admin On Saturday, October 26th, 2013
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2014 fantasy baseball profile: Michael Wacha

Each postseason, there is at least a player or two that makes a name for themselves with their play. With a 4-0 record and a 1.00 ERA so far in the playoffs, it is safe to say that Michael Wacha is becoming more More...

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By R. Lincoln Harris On Saturday, October 26th, 2013
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Is the baseball World Series headed toward a Thriller of a conclusion?

Red Sox and Cards. Who ya’ got for this classic? I like to have a rooting interest for the baseball World Series. Like watching a horse race where you haven’t got any money on one of the mounts, it’s More...

MLB-betting
By Shawn Paul Wood On Friday, October 25th, 2013
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Gambling on the great game of baseball

A depiction of Pete Rose’s desk at home. Maybe. If you have been fortunate within your own sports consciousness, your team (regardless of the sport) has been involved in a world championship. On those festive More...

Wacha
By Chris Moran On Friday, October 25th, 2013
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Game 2 recap: managers make odd decisions; Cardinals beat Red Sox

Michael Wacha had another solid outing for the Cardinals in Game 2, but shouldn’t have been allowed to face David Ortiz in the sixth inning. (Reuters) The St. Louis Cardinals downed the Boston Red Sox 4-2 More...

Well done, Fenway. Well done.
By Shawn Paul Wood On Friday, October 25th, 2013
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The Hit List: Top 5 overused World Series storylines already

Well done, Fenway. Well done. Boston came out strong, indeed. (See what I did there?) A Game 1 shellacking of 8 to 1 with Jon Lester on a 7.2 innings scoreless effort was lovely. And then, on the not so lovely More...


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