The Push for the Postseason

By: William Robinson As we head into September it’s time to take a look at the baseball races that are starting to take shape. Let’s start in the AL East in which there are basically two teams that have a chance of winning that division. The Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, of…

Slow Down

By: Mike Carter I don’t believe in much these days. Our world, our politicians, our way of living here blind in America. Men behind closed doors in our elected Congress are making important decisions in secrecy with no input for stakeholders. I cringe thinking of our president’s next Twitter storm. I am unsure how to…

Pace of Play: What’s Right and Wrong With It

By: William Robinson “Baseball is a slow, sluggish game, with frequent and often trivial interruptions, offering the spectator many opportunities to reflect at leisure upon the situation on the field: This is what a fan loves most about the game”. – Edward Abbey “Baseball is reassuring, it makes me feel as if the world isn’t…

April Surprises

By: Mike Carter Well, the first month of the 2017 major league baseball season wraps up today. What do we know? Not much, as the season is still very young and so much can change as the weather warms into the summer. As always, there are the annual April surprises. We can look back at…

Confessions of a San Diego Padres Fan

By: Wayne McBrayer With the beginning of the baseball season, hope bubbles up in the hearts of baseball fans all over America. Fans young and old go to the ballpark and cheer for the home team, praying to the baseball gods that their team will win that day and have a successful year. Sadly, I…