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“I Sold My Left Arm For An ALCS Ticket”. I hope it wasn’t to Game 5. Because the Royals just swept the Orioles.
The photo above was taken by Caleb Whang Sr., San Francisco Giants fan, bon vivant and man-about-Twitter. Game 4 of the NLCS happens today at 5 p.m. (PST) on FoxSports1.
When reliever Randy Choate threw away the ball at first following Gregor Blanco’s bunt in the bottom of the 10th on Tuesday, it gave the Giants a 5-4 win over the Cardinals. Almost the exact same thing happened with the Orioles and the Mets 46 years ago.
In the “Which of these two AL teams will I root for no matter what against the NL” series, the Royals won a low-scoring 2-1 affair against the Orioles Tuesday night. Kansas City could finish their second sweep of the postseason with a win Wednesday afternoon.
Game 3 of the National League Championship Series went into extra innings Tuesday before Cardinals reliever Randy Choate — soon-to-be related to Randy “Choke” jokes – threw a fielded bunt wide of first base, allowing Brandon Crawford to score to win the game for San Francisco. It’s just like every little boy in Little League imagined it!
LA has a new President of Baseball Operations, and he has a fine resume and a record for getting the most with the least. Here are the things he has to do to turn around the Dodgers.
Former Braves pitcher John Rocker threatened a fellow female “Survivor” contestant in Wednesday’s episode, saying, “If you were a man I’d knock your teeth out.” Roger Goodell immediately signed him to a four-year deal, then suspended him for two games.
In the same year that Dr. Frank Jobe died, we witnessed a horrific number of pitchers undergo Tommy John surgery, essentially costing them at least one season in the majors. It was like when a car hits another car in the fog, and the other cars just keep piling up because they can’t see what’s happening.