The WBC – Where quality starts go to die

As Spring Training continues across Florida and Arizona this week, some (but not all) of baseball’s best players are away from their teams playing for their countries in the World Baseball Classic.  Several Dodgers players are among those participating: Adrian Gonzalez, Sergio Romo and Alex Verdugo (Mexico), Ike Davis (Israel), Kike Hernandez (Puerto Rico) and Rob Segedin … More The WBC – Where quality starts go to die

Hope Springs Eternal

Throughout Florida and Arizona this week hundreds of players and coaches arrive at Spring Training camps, all with the hope that this year will be their year.  In Mesa, Arizona the Chicago Cubs are preparing to defend a World Series Championship for the first time in 108 years, which has to give each team just … More Hope Springs Eternal

Now What!

Last night the Los Angeles Dodgers season came to a crashing halt with a 3-2 loss to the New York Mets in Game 5 of the NLDS at Dodger Stadium.  Despite arguably the best 1-2 starting pitching duo in baseball, for the third straight season they failed in the postseason.  The question is what’s next, … More Now What!

Harvey: To Pitch or Not to Pitch – That is the Question?

In the past couple of days the New York Mets fans base has been all up in arms over comments made by ace Matt Harvey that his doctor put a 180 innings limit on him this year following Tommy John surgery.  Given that he’s already pitched 166 1/3 innings and the Mets still have 26 games left during … More Harvey: To Pitch or Not to Pitch – That is the Question?