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It promises to be a fascinating week in MLB, with five of the division leaders facing their second-placed rivals. Cleveland are the exception, but they have to play the Twins who would make the AL Central a true three-way battle with a series sweep.
The laws of the universe dictate that some people will have a good week, and some will have a bad one. Here’s a review of this week’s winners and losers. The good news first – Wednesday was a big day for Dave Trembley. After twenty years in the Minor Leagues, he finally became a Big [...]
There’s a great little video clip on MLB.com at the moment about a Little League based in Horsham, Sussex. It’s heartening to see a group of British youngsters enjoying themselves playing baseball. The founder of the league, Rob Burnie, was probably right when he said that when it comes to the most popular sports over [...]
There’s an article on MLB.com today all about MLB.TV, marking the five-year anniversary of the introduction of the service.
It’s a week of quality rather than quantity for British baseball fans. Here’s your guide to the games you can watch/listen to via MLB.com live during the evening this week. All times listed as BST.
The division races are really starting to heat up. It’s tight at the top of the AL Central and West divisions , and the Yankees are making a run at the East. In the Senior circuit, both the Mets and the D-Backs have opened up what could be decisive gaps, while the Cubs have finally [...]
Those of you lucky enough to be paying out for Sky Sports and Setanta have a whole host of uninspiring football matches to watch during the evening this week (Peterborough versus Southampton is on that moment, for example!). Those of you with an MLB.TV subscription can watch some great baseball games instead. All times are [...]
On the weekend that the 2007-08 football season has begun, it’s comforting to know that we’ve still got the best part of three more months of baseball to serve as a distraction. Not that I’m anti-football, far from it, but a combination of the relentlessly over-hyped Premiership and the likelihood that it will be another [...]
Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. Home run number 756 has cracked off the bat, flown into the seats and landed in a New Yorker’s bank account.
There’s an article on the BBC website today about Barry Bonds’ home run record chase, although this one’s not categorised under the Sports heading. No, the story is logged in the Business section as it is about the potential value of the 756th baseball that Bonds puts into the seats. The most interesting point they [...]