Biggest Questions for AL Wild Card Teams

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Ever since MLB instituted the second NL and AL Wild Card games in 2012, headline stories have been abundant. The Kansas City Royals became the Cinderella of the 2014 season, going from the Wild Card to their first World Series appearance since 1985. The New York Mets rode a second half surge to get in […] READ MORE


Biggest Questions for AL Wild Card Teams

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By Daniel Lopes – Last Word on Baseball Ever since the MLB instituted the second NL and AL Wild Card games in 2012, headline stories have been abundant. The Kansas City Royals became the Cinderella of the 2014 season, going from the Wild Card to their first World Series appearance since 1985. The New York […] READ MORE






10 Most Attended Sports Leagues in the World

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Guest Post – ~Ava Brown 10 most attended sports leagues in the world Sport is a show. The better the show is, the more fans will be in the stands and at their TV screens. The more viewers, the more income, of course. That’s the whole simple formula for success in sports business. But theory […] READ MORE



Why Baseball’s Pace of Play Won’t Change

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By Michael Pallas – Last Word on Baseball No matter how much Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred wants it to change, the pace of play won’t speed up. Why Baseball’s Pace of Play Won’t Change We’ve seen incremental pace of play increases over the years, but games won’t ever be as short as they […] READ MORE