Tony La Russa is retiring, and his departure will have far-reaching implications for the St. Louis Cardinals. [READ MORE →]
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As the playoffs are nearing, teams are getting into the playoff mode. As of the typing of this article, the Brewers are currently sitting at 87-63, just 5.5 games ahead of the Cardinals. As of their last ten games, the Brewers are just 4-6, evidently slowing down. Their offense seems lackluster, at best, as they [...]
The St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays, and Chicago White Sox have pulled off a three-team trade invovling Colby Rasmus. Who wins and who loses? [READ MORE →]
I’ll admit that I’m not a doctor. I know precious little about platelet counts, metabolic rates or white blood cells. Left to my own devices, I probably couldn’t diagnose an injury or provide a very accurate prognosis. But when a player suddenly cuts more than half the time off of his recovery period following a [...]
It’s Tuesday, so that means it’s time for another edition of Rich’s Rants. Man, I’m glad Spring Training officially starts this week, this time of year is just so slow for someone who doesn’t follow the NBA or the NHL and won’t bother with college basketball for another couple of weeks. Only two topics have jumped out [...]
It’s Friday, so that means it’s time for me to answer my readers’ emails in another edition of Rich’s Replies. I received several emails so let’s get right into it.
It’s Friday, so that means another edition of Rich’s Replies – this week I received three emails and one comment, so let’s get started with the emails.
1. Halladay wins NL Cy Young: The National League Cy Young Award winner was announced today and it came no surprise to me as well as others. Roy Halladay won the award with all the votes. He deserves it 100% and no other candidate should have won it ahead of him.