The NL Wild Card Game has a tall task to try and match even 50% of the craziness of last night’s AL game.
Archive for 2014
The FCC ended the sports blackout rule, but, yeah, that’s not going to mean what you hope it means.
Ernie and Harry are on the (temporary) move, and the Cubs are keeping their foot on the pedal.
A pitch clock, limited meetings in-game, reduced time between innings, etc.
Drilling down into the most important items, including what’s coming this offseason and next year.
We’re awfully eager to create expectations for what’s to come based on what’s in the past – but we have trouble being honest about either one.
That might be the last appearance of the Boise Hawks logo around here. Baez, Zagunis, Leal, and Crawford get the love.
Dreaming about the rivalry’s days to come. It’s a good thing for everyone.
One of the most incredible games you’ll see, and one that benefited from the Wild Card format.
Looking back at what happened in 2014 can inform us a little on what to expect in 2015. Or can it?
It’s the AL Wild Card Game, featuring Lester versus Shields, and the Royals in the postseason for the first time in 30 years.
And/or should there be other changes in the game to increase offensive output? Is reduced offense even a bad thing?
Wrapping things up formally. Offseason plans, coaching staff changes, expectations for next year, etc.
Lester is focused on the playoffs, but is excited to get excited about free agency. How good was he this year, and how much will he get?