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The Seattle Pilots
Benjamin Sabin - Oct 5, 2020

The Seattle Pilots 1969 “Ah, 1969, what a year: hippies reigned in Woodstock, men landed on the moon, the Manson murders, and the Seattle Pilots. Can it get any better?” “Wait a second. You’re trying to pull a fast one on me. What’s so great about the Seattle Pilots? What were they? An aviation club […]



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Pfister Hotel
The Haunted Hotel Pfister
Benjamin Sabin - Oct 27, 2020

The Pfister Hotel 1.2 billion years ago two tectonic plates ripped apart, creating a mid-continent rift, which formed what we know today as Lake Michigan. 1,199,999,873 billion years later the Pfister Hotel opened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin three blocks from Lake Michigan. The hotel was the brainchild of Guido Pfister and his son, Charles. Guido passed […]

Commissioner Manfred Provides Financial Update

Commissioner Manfred Speaks on the Finances of Baseball This week, Barry Bloom of Sportico interviewed MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred regarding the financial state of baseball. According to Commissioner Manfred, “Major League Baseball’s 30 clubs have amassed an unprecedented $8.3 billion [dollars] of debt from their various lenders.” Even if you are not working in the […]

Boston Red Sox 2020
Boston Red Sox 2020 Season Review

Red Sox Finish Last in the AL East The Boston Red Sox finished in the basement of the American League East for the fourth time since the 2010 season. The team finished their abbreviated 2020 season with a record of 24-36 — fourth-worst in the entire league. After the departure of Dave Dombrowski, Mookie Betts, […]

San Francisco Giants 2020
San Francisco Giants 2020 Grade Report for Position Players

The San Francisco Giants missed the playoffs by just one game and were a lot more competitive than most pundits would have predicted. The Giants battled adversity and showed a great deal of resilience throughout the season. We saw many players step up and perform well, while others underperformed.  Here’s our grade report for the […]

Clayton Kershaw
Clayton Kershaw Sets Postseason Strikeout Record
Aidan Henegar - Oct 26, 2020

Clayton Kershaw set the all-time postseason strikeout record in Game Five of the 2020 World Series. After a fifth-inning strikeout of Kevin Kiermaier, his fifth of six in the game, Kershaw passed Justin Verlander for the most postseason strikeouts in baseball history at 206. Kershaw earned the win, allowing two earned runs on five hits […]

Braves 2020
Atlanta Braves 2020 Season in Review

Atlanta Braves 2020 Season in Review “Wait ‘til next year.” These four words are very familiar to baseball fans from the 1950s. It was the rallying cry for the Brooklyn Dodgers. From 1947 to 1955, they went to the World Series five times. The first four times were defeats, and thus the saying began. “Wait […]

Dodgers Rays
Dodgers One Win Away from Title as Kershaw Beats Rays

Dodgers 4, Rays 2 Following Game Four’s excitement, Game Five was definitely must-see television. A rematch of Game One starters went the same way it did five days prior, with a Dodgers victory.  The Los Angeles Dodgers will have a chance to close out the series over the Tampa Bay Rays and hoist the Commissioner’s […]

Rays Dodgers
Rays Stun Dodgers with Ninth Inning Rally, Even World Series at 2-2

Rays 8, Dodgers 7 2020 World Series Game Four Gonzalo Márquez. Francisco Cabrera. And now Brett Phillips. One of the beauties of baseball is that anyone can be a hero. Teams can’t send up their best hitter whenever they need a big play – they send up the next player in the batting order. So […]