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The post-season is here and while the majority of the games will obviously take place during the evening in the U.S. (therefore in the early hours for us), there are a few day games in the division series stage that we can enjoy during the British evening. (P.S. The start times listed on MLB.com and […]
The final week of the regular season brings the final edition of “’Weekly’ hit ground ball” for 2007. The story of the week has been the daily shifting fortunes of teams embroiled in the hunt for October, so it seems fitting to chart “the week that was” in chronological fashion.
Excited? I guess it depends whether you are a fan of the Mets, Padres, Phillies or Rockies. While us neutrals can sit back and enjoy watching the twists and turns, it’s going to be a tense, nerve-jangling day for the four teams involved. It’s one of the strange parts of being a fan of a […]
Yesterday all four NL play-off spots were up for grabs. Now it’s down to two and the results from the early games today could go a long way to deciding who takes them. Bearing in mind the time difference, that’s perfect for us British fans.
Just a reminder for any Sky subscribers in the U.K. that NASN (the North American Sports Network) will be free to view all weekend from 17.00 tonight. The offer is part of the promotion for the two NHL games that are taking place at the O2 Arena in London this weekend and which will be […]
Both of the early games today, including the Arizona-Pittsburgh clash taking place right now, are from the National League. That’s a good thing for neutrals considering the four American League play-off spots have now been finalised. The Yankees clinched their thirteenth consecutive trip to October last night, once again reigniting debates about the wild card.
So, just one week of regular season action left. There are only a handful of early games for us to enjoy during the British evening, but the weekend should be full of excitement. Here’s my guide to the early games this week, all times listed in BST.
It barely seems like yesterday that we were all counting down the days until the season started. Now we’ve only got a week left, but what a week in prospect! There’s still so much to play for along with the shear joy of watching a ballgame, which should never be taken for granted.
Only two weeks to go. Where has the season gone?! Better make the most of the live action while we can. Here’s my guide to the games you can follow live during the British evening this week. All times are listed in BST.
The Netherlands proved to be too strong for Great Britain on the final day of the 2007 European Baseball Championship, as the Dutch team booked its place at the 2008 Beijing Olympics with a 6-1 victory. The tournament schedule could not have worked any better as the two teams took to the field in Barcelona […]