A Message From A Guy Whose Teams Have Actually Won Some Things (For the Most Part)

The Mets are the hottest team in baseball. They are 9-1 in their past ten with a Polar Bear who is officially one of the best home runs hitters in baseball and will make a run at the Rookie of the Year award. After pretty much standing pat at the deadline, the Mets turned it … Continue reading A Message From A Guy Whose Teams Have Actually Won Some Things (For the Most Part)

UPDATE BLOG: A questionable tweet, a loss to the Royals, and still silence from Camp Colbert on Red Sox

I thought I laid it out pretty simple yesterday. I have no beef with the Red Sox or Mr. Jared Colbert himself. It’s not my fault my Mets have surpassed them in the “who’s more relevant” discussion we all have at the water cooler the next morning after a night of baseball. It’s what happens … Continue reading UPDATE BLOG: A questionable tweet, a loss to the Royals, and still silence from Camp Colbert on Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox Are Your 2018 World Series Champions

Man, oh man. I don’t even know where to start with this one. You see, the thing about championships is you’re never quite sure when you started expecting your team to actually pull it off. Besides the Patriots, who are championship or bust basically every year, championship teams only feel like championship teams part-way through … Continue reading The Boston Red Sox Are Your 2018 World Series Champions

MLB All-Star weekend has turned into an undeserved Nats parade

The purpose of the MLB All-Star weekend is to showcase and celebrate the game’s best while having some fun in the process. The league and its fans have seemed to lose sight of the former. Earlier this afternoon Dodgers and NL all-star manager Dave Roberts announced that Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer would make the start … Continue reading MLB All-Star weekend has turned into an undeserved Nats parade