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Astros Outfield Depth Is Now a Strength

For much of the first half of the 2021 MLB season, the Houston Astros‘ bench depth was tested, particularly in the outfield. After the trade deadline rolled around and starting centerfielder Myles Straw was traded, there were even more questions. However, after a couple of impactful MiLB call-ups, just about every question has been answered. […] READ MORE

Mets Play Spoiler as Season Winds Down

Despite a promising start to the 2021 campaign, it appears the New York Mets will not make the postseason. They spent most of the first half leading the NL East, but key injuries and a dormant offense eventually caught up with them. The Mets now find themselves looking up at the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia […] READ MORE

GPH

How GPH Is Doing for the 2021 Boston Red Sox

GPH is a baseball term like no other. The game of baseball isn’t what our parents and grandparents were used to. Back in the day when you turned over a baseball card your eyes immediately went to see how many home runs that player smashed, you looked for their batting average and how many they […] READ MORE

Braves Diamondbacks

Braves Play Longball, Sink Diamondbacks

Braves 6, Diamondbacks 1 PHOENIX, Sept. 21 — The Atlanta Braves smashed three home runs off Arizona Diamondbacks starter Luke Weaver, accounting for five of their six runs, en route to a 6–1 victory Tuesday night. The Braves opened the scoring in the first with two unearned runs. A fielding error by Diamondbacks third baseman […] READ MORE

Cardinals Take Control of Second Wild Card

The St. Louis Cardinals have shifted the outlook for their season dramatically. A nine-game winning streak can do that. On September 7th, the Cardinals were 69-68 and trailed both the San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds by three and a half games for the last wild-card spot. The Philadelphia Phillies led them by a game […] READ MORE

Rookie of the Year

MLB Rookie of the Year Watch: The Final Stretch

The Rookie of the Year race is barely locked in. The top rookies in baseball have a few weeks left to finish the season on a solid note.  They’ve battled all season long as they make their final case to contend for the outstanding award. In the meantime, it will be the last time we […] READ MORE

Texas Rangers Lose Series Finale to White Sox

White Sox 7, Rangers 2 ARLINGTON, Texas, September 19 — In most cases, Major League Baseball teams can’t wait to be back in their own ballpark after a long road trip. The thought of sleeping in your own bed, and eating some home cooking is usually very enticing. However, the opposite could be said for […] READ MORE

Texas Rangers Edge White Sox 2–1

Rangers 2, White Sox 1 ARLINGTON, Texas, September 18 — It was a low-scoring affair in Arlington on Saturday evening. The Texas Rangers squeaked out a 2–1 victory against the AL Central leading Chicago White Sox. This was a good win for the Rangers. Their record currently sits at 55-93. They’ve obviously been out of […] READ MORE

2001 Mariners Postseason

September 19th, 2001: Mariners Last Postseason Clinch

The last time the Seattle Mariners clinched a postseason spot was 20 years ago today, September 19th, 2001. Before September 11th, 2001, the Mariners were extremely close to winning the division. However, that did not seem important in the week to come in which the baseball season was paused. In the second game back, the […] READ MORE