Now that the World Baseball Classic has finished its two rounds of round-robin play, we have four teams that have made it to the championship round. On Monday, the four teams will play two semifinal games: Game 1: Netherlands vs. Puerto Rico (featuring Javier Baez) Game 2: USA vs. Japan Continue reading The World Baseball Classic Is Down to Four Teams (VIDEOS)
Well, it doesn’t get much easier from here…let’s go then… Chicago Cubs @ Miami Marlins, Marlins Park 6/1: W Cubs 5, Marlins 1 W: Hammel (4-2) L: Urena (0-2) Jason Hammel helped the Cubs earn a victory with a career-high 11 strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings Monday night. He allowed Continue reading Ivy’s Roundup – The One That Got Away
Manager: Clint Hurdle Projected Record: 88-74 While nobody was paying attention, the Pirates very suddenly became a veteran team. The once charming Bucs who finally broke through, had a winning record, and made the playoffs now has a wealth of experience to draw from. Not to mention talent. Although they’ve lost some Continue reading NL Central Preview: 2nd Place Pittsburgh Pirates
YAOWA This is side two to Episode 20 because our show was too big. Side one link MUSIC BY: Lath and Plaster and DJ Krav https://soundcloud.com/lathandplaster Twitter: @IanMiller ALSO @ProductiveOuts EMAILZ: email@example.com iTunes Twitterz: @WSDreaming_Cubs @CubicSnarkonia @MRubio52 @Spike1057 INTRO Loving Giancarlo Stanton Seriously, love The wild and wacky NL West Yasiel Puig appreciation Toronto is coming back, bitches Continue reading Dreamcast 20.2 – I have started the recording process
The world has a tendency of speeding up when my personal stress level reaches a boiling point. They say that the masters of their craft can slow the game down at will. The nebulous “they” were obviously not talking about me. No, when I get excited the emotions run over Continue reading My Fantasy Baseball Kobayashi Maru situation.
He has come for me. My adonis is here, bearing a club to destroy any spheroid objects that threaten the dreams we have built together. We have a shared purpose, a common goal, he and I. None of that matters now. All that I care about is that he is Continue reading What dreams may come
The biggest news this week was not Cubs-related. The Miami Marlins, one year after splurging on marquee free agents and opening up their new stadium, underwent a major fire sale with the Toronto Blue Jays. The trade is expected to be completed by Monday, but in the meantime, nobody wanted Continue reading Greenbacks and Shams