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Netting in Major League Parks: To Extend or Not to Extend

Tweet Netting is a hot topic in Major League Baseball and will be as long as fans continue to be injured by balls and bats. There are people who advocate for extended netting in all parks, both minor and major league, to either the end of dugouts or all the way to either foul pole. […]

Will the New MLB Rule Changes Speed Up Play?

Tweet There will be a few rule changes in Major League Baseball in 2015 in an attempt to speed up the pace of the game. MLB games average close to three hours as of years late, which is too long for some people to deal with. To counter the extended length of games, MLB decided […]

Opening Day 2014 for Major League Baseball

Tweet While the first pitch of the 2014 Major League season was thrown in Australia a few weeks ago, and the first pitch in the States was thrown last night, the “real” Opening Day for baseball is today!  The only teams that will not have played after today is over are the New York Yankees […]

5 Reasons the Cardinals and Red Sox Are a Bad World Series Match-Up

Tweet The 2013 Fall Classic is finally here, although baseball has extended its season so much that the World Series is almost played exclusively in November.  The Boston Red Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers despite Detroit’s formidable 1-2 punch of Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander and sluggers Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera.  In the National […]

Playoff Announcers on TBS

Tweet If you have been following the television coverage of the MLB playoffs so far, TBS is the channel you’ve been watching.  While it used to be the home station that aired all of the Atlanta Braves’ baseball games when Ted Turner was the owner, it now hosts the playoffs up until the World Series, […]