The San Francisco Giants face the Texas Rangers in the 2010 World Series
Archive | October, 2010
The Texas Rangers found out on Saturday night who their World Series opponents will be as the San Francisco Giants won the NLCS against the Philadelphia Phillies
In early 2009 I published a series of articles offering between-season comparisons of batters, pitchers, league quality, and league health in the British top tier. Later on last year I updated this for the 2009 season, and here I do the same for the season just gone. The big question is how Daniel Williams’s season compares […]
The Texas Rangers are through to their first ever World Series after beating the New York Yankees in the ALCS
Game Five of the ALCS between the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees will be broadcast on BBC radio on Wednesday night from 21.00
Top billing was given to ‘Doc’ and the ‘Freak’, but it was plain-old eighth spot hitter Cody Ross who stole the show in Philadelphia in Game One of the NLCS. Game Two will be broadcast on BBC 5 Live Sports Extra from 1 a.m.
Reflecting on the New York Yankees’ stunning comeback in Game One of the ALCS against the Texas Rangers
Thanks to Dave Burke from the Leicester Blue Sox for this question. For the second time on this column, there is a video to go with the question. First of all, watch this video. Dave’s question is this… why does the official scorer not charge an error to the shortstop, as it’s pretty clear that […]
Thanks must go to Jason Greenberg at BSUK for very kindly giving up a good chunk of his evening to synchronize the content for the British Baseball Hall of Fame (BBHoF) on the British Baseball Federation’s website here and here with the update on www.bbhof.org.uk.
An announcement on the second class of the British Baseball Hall of Fame