The Cheap Seats in Gotham: Mets Superhero Rotation

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The view from The Cheap Seats comes from Gotham this week, as we look at the new look rotation of the very young New York Mets. Only fools will try to compare these babes in the woods to great rotations of the past. You simply can not. Not yet. This is more like a brief […] READ MORE


Cheap Seats: MLB’s Future is Bright

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America's game has a bright one, so slap some shades on. While the NFL continues with drug, alcohol and domestic abuse, and the NBA stars are signing with small market franchises this off-season, major-league baseball has an infusion of talented youth that will lead the Way for the next several years. READ MORE


View from the Cheap Seats: Pete Rose

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The view from the cheap seats hears there is now evidence that Pete Rose gambled as a player in 1986, so what?! Did you think he just rolled out of bed a couple of years later, as a manager, and said “Let me try this gambling on baseball thing”? Of course not. We all knew […] READ MORE


Cheap Seats: Who is the Greatest of All Time

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This week's view from the cheap seats takes on an age old question: Who is the greatest of all time? Whether you were talking MLB, NBA, or NFL everybody has an opinion. As opinions are expressed, other greats are scoffed at and insultingly put down. READ MORE


Cheap Seats: Pace of Play and Mound Visits

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We’re in June, and the view from the Cheap Seats is looking at the MLB pace of play. It is time to put a limit on mound visits by catchers, coaches and managers. Nothing gums up the beauty and flow of batter versus pitcher, like the trip to the pitcher’s mound. It’s not to be […] READ MORE


The Cheap Seats: MLB Contenders

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We’re at the quarter-poll in the Major League Baseball season, and this week’s view from the Cheap Seats has us looking at the contenders and pretenders in each league’s divisional and wildcard races. There is still a lot of baseball to be played, but teams have started to separate themselves. You can fool the masses […] READ MORE