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Two 100-Game Winners in the NL West

The National League West will likely have two 100-game winners in the division this season. The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are both on pace to have over 100 wins apiece. This is a feat that has taken place only four times since 1969. Before 1969, there were no divisions. The best team […] READ MORE

Late-Inning Heroics Carry Cardinals to Record Win

The St. Louis Cardinals continued their winning ways, topping the Chicago Cubs on Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals have now set the franchise record with their 15th consecutive win. The 1935 ballclub held the previous record. They will attempt to wrap up their fourth consecutive sweep on Sunday afternoon. The Cardinals remain well short of the […] READ MORE

Dodgers Diamondbacks

Dodgers Outlast Diamondbacks

Dodgers 4, Diamondbacks 2 PHOENIX, Sept. 24 — Four outstanding defensive plays in the outfield — one from A.J. Pollock, another from Gavin Lux, and two from Chris Taylor — made the difference Friday night as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks, 4–2. The scoring began in the top of the second off […] READ MORE

Nine Games to Playoffs for Dodgers, Giants

With nine games to go until the start of the playoffs, the Los Angeles Dodgers are one game behind the San Francisco Giants. The Dodgers and Giants both have three series left to capture the NL West division title. The winner will gain home-field advantage during the postseason. The loser must face the Wild Card […] READ MORE

Ten Greatest Comebacks in MLB History: #9

Comebacks are fun to talk about and to read about. Now that we’ve gotten one under our belts, this writer can officially say that they are fun to write about. Comebacks are ageless. They intrigue our minds and bolster our sports fan constitutions. Depending upon where one lies as a fan, they can also make […] READ MORE

Glenn Otto’s Cup of Coffee

If you’re a Major League Baseball player, you’re doing something that very few human beings get to do. Whether you’re in the majors for 20 years, or 20 hours, it is a very special time. While the numbers may not be quite in his favor, Texas Rangers righty Glenn Otto has left an impression with […] READ MORE

Adam Wainwright

Adam Wainwright Reaches 2,000 Strikeouts

Adam Wainwright is now the second pitcher to record 2,000 strikeouts for the St. Louis Cardinals. Wainwright struck out Luis Urias on a curveball to open the bottom of the fourth inning to reach the milestone. It was Wainwright’s lone strikeout of the day, as he only pitched four innings in his shortest outing since May […] READ MORE

Cardinals’ Winning Streak Ties Franchise Record

After topping the Chicago Cubs in both games of a doubleheader, the St. Louis Cardinals have now matched the franchise record for consecutive wins in the modern era. The 1935 ballclub reeled off 14 straight wins as well. The Cardinals’ current winning streak began on September 11th, and has carried them into playoff position. The […] READ MORE

Mariners Beat Oakland Despite Kikuchi’s Struggles

The Seattle Mariners won against the Athletics despite Yusei Kikuchi’s struggles. The fast 3-0 lead for the Oakland Athletics diminished as Seattle came back to win the game 6-5. The game Thursday afternoon started with another poor performance of Kikuchi. The 2021 All-Star has had his problems in the second half of the season. However, […] READ MORE