Tag: nlds

  • The 2010 Season in Review [Wednesday Morning Quarterback]

    Another season is now behind us and the playoffs begin this afternoon at 1330 EST in Tampa Bay. How did I do in my projections? Who do I predict for the World Series? Let’s check it out! AL East My guess: Yankees Rays Red Sox Orioles Blue Jays Actual Results: Rays Yankees Red Sox Blue […]

  • Three Sweeps and a Disappointing Win [Wednesday Morning Quarterback]

    It’s time for Wednesday Morning Quarterback, your weekly sports round-up. Just like that we’re fully back to our regularly scheduled programming. I’ve gotta say, I missed this, but I’m also glad that I wasn’t here to write about Tampa Bay’s 11-game losing streak or the elimination of both Florida teams from playoff contention. You were […]

  • Grand Slam: Day 5 and Still Not Done?

    I really thought by this point we’d be completely done with the Division Series games, but now we’ve still got another day, at the very least, for the ALDS series. Philadelphia finally turned in its win and gave us what we expected. They beat the Brew Crew 6-2 and now don’t have any games until […]

  • Grand Slam: Day 4 = Heartbreak

    It was National League day last night in the LDS series and both the Brewers and Cubs faced elimination with a loss. Milwaukee was luckier, getting the home field nod, but the Cubs were headed to hostile Dodger territory face to face with the culmination of their hundred year curse. It’s hard to deal with […]

  • Grand Slam: LDS Day 2 Results

    What a great day for baseball yesterday was! Boston had a bye today (lucky them and lucky Beckett), the Rays and Evan Longoria made franchise history, and the NLDS races are starting to look a bit more one-sided. We start in Philadelphia with the Brew Crew putting its faith in C.C. Sabathia to even out […]

  • Grand Slam: Game 1 (and 0) Results

    I know I promised you some simulated game results to go along with my post-game analysis, but as I booted up MLB Power Pros 2008 and started to rearrange the final team rosters, it quickly became apparent to me that I would be much better served just waiting until we had World Series teams so […]

  • Wednesday Morning Quarterback: End of the MLB Regular Season

    You’ve probably heard the saying that hindsight is 20/20 on Monday morning, so just imagine how well I can call ’em two days later on Wednesday. That’s right, it’s time for Wednesday Morning Quarterback, your weekly sports round-up. It took 163 games, but as of today we officially have our eight teams set for the […]