A’s Call Up Ambidextrous Pitcher, Pat Venditte

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The Oakland A’s have just called up ambidextrous pitcher, Pat Venditte. Venditte is the first switch pitcher in the MLB since Greg Harris in 1995. Venditte was drafted in the 40th round of the 2007 draft, and drafted again by the Yankees in the 20th round in 2008. Venditte signed with the A’s in this […] READ MORE


Kansas City Royals’ Struggles Means AL Central is Wide Open

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At the beginning of the season, the American League Central was only supposed to be a three-team race, between the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals, and the Cleveland Indians. Around the beginning of May, it was looking like a two-team division featuring the Tigers and Royals, and up until about a week ago, it […] READ MORE



A Glimpse Into the Life of an MiLB Wife

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Getting to live out your life-long dream of becoming a professional baseball player is something special. But getting to live out that dream with the person you love is extraordinary. Recently, I sat down with Morgan Peterson, wife of Kansas City Royals farmhand, Mark Peterson. These two have been married since last October, and it […] READ MORE



Bold Predictions for the 2015 MLB Season

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If there’s one thing that is always true about baseball, it is that nobody can ever accurately predict what will happen. Lots of people try, and most of the time it comes down to uninformed people making statements that often times seem like they come from left field. For instance, saying that a certain team […] READ MORE



Covering the Bases: Oakland A’s Off-Season

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Both second place teams in the Western divisions were Wild Card teams this past season. In the NL, the San Francisco Giants were able to come out on top as World Series champions for the third time in five seasons. The Oakland A’s, however, were not as fortunate. The A’s started with a bang, but once they traded […] READ MORE


Covering the Bases: San Francisco Giants Off-Season

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It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. The San Francisco Giants started and ended very well. They won the World Series and there is no better ending than that. San Francisco was pretty consistent throughout most of the year, and found a boost when they entered the playoffs. Their year was filled with […] READ MORE


Covering the Bases: Baltimore Orioles Offseason

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There was a new ‘Beast in the East’ this year. The Baltimore Orioles finished 12 games ahead of the New York Yankees to win the American League East. After finishing 2013 well out of contention for an AL East title, the Orioles skyrocketed to the top of the East in 2014. They continued their dominance for […] READ MORE