Results tagged ‘ Corey Seager ’
- Want to re-live the AL’s All-Star Game victory last night with Yankees Life?
- Padre Steve muses on baseball as an escape, a common bond and a time machine.
- Why was Cole Hamels sporting a bandage last night? Off The Bench has the story.
- Fan Interference has video of Kris Bryant’s home run if you’d like to see it again.
- Looking for All-Star photos? SF Giants Photos and The Halo Way have those.
- Dodger Insider wonders what might’ve been for Corey Seager had he stayed in.
- Has it hit you this is Big Papi’s final season, like it did Cloud Nine Sports last night?
- Remember Mariano Rivera’s All-Star swan song? Subwaybaseball.com revisits.
- The Unbiased MLB Fan hands out midseason awards. Do you agree with him?
- Or is Daniel Murphy the first-half NL MVP like sportselite1 suggests he is?
- The Cutoff Man points out the Yankees’ daunting workload awaiting them.
- Could some All-Stars be on the move this month, asks Hot Stove Soapbox.
- The Sports Mecca picked out five starters who could be available in a trade.
- How did the Cardinals’ Mitch Harris answer Cardinals Insider‘s questions?
- On Cloud Conine explains why Fernando Rodney wears his hat crooked.
- Want Max Scherzer’s autograph for a great cause? Matt’s Bats has details.
- The Miller Sport Update tells how the Indians won their 13th straight game.
- The Tribe has more help on the way with prospects, writes The Wayniac Nation.
- The Canuck Cubbie recounts how the Cubs’ revenge plot went awry Thursday.
- The Cubs found out about Brandon Nimmo, quips A View From The Bench.
- Gamer Babes are resolute in their belief that a Giants win is a win is a win.
- Madison Bumgarner got to DH, and Bumgarner Snotrockets was loving it.
- The Cutoff Man recaps a second-straight walk-off victory for the Yankees.
- Michael Pineda is changing minds lately, including subwaybaseball.com‘s.
- Beck’s Blog has news and notes from the Tigers’ big comeback win Thursday.
- On the flip side, here’s postgame audio from Rays Radio on what went wrong.
- Daniel Satter Sport Talk analyzes the trade of Fernando Rodney to Miami.
- The Red Sox would do well to part ways with John Farrell, argues Beantown Blitz.
- Joseph Orozco reviews the first three months of the season for the Dodgers.
- The Cardinals face some tough decisions this month, notes stlcardinalsminimo.
- Newberg Report believes the Rangers are in a great position entering July.
- Here’s a review of the month of June for the Rangers from Peplums and Pitches.
- What are the Yankees to do? I’m Not a Headline Guy examines their dilemma.
- Dodger Insider puts forward Corey Seager as a breakout NL MVP candidate.
- These are some great images from this week’s series from Rockies Photo Blog.
- Curly W Live was there as Nationals players visited the Diabetes Care Complex.
- New Miller Park menu items for July get reviewed by Cait Covers the Bases.
1. Ichiro’s 4,257th. Bullpen, Baseball & Sock Talk posted videos of the historic hits in San Diego yesterday, while The Unbiased MLB Fan wrote about the achievement and On Cloud Conine highlighted an Ichiro doppelgänger. Bleacher Boy asks the question: Who is the real “hit king”? The Wayniac Nation discussed the debate and The Miller Sport Update says it’s still Pete Rose.
2. Playoff previews? Wednesday saw potential October matchups in both leagues. The Metssiah was overjoyed at the Mets’ offense breaking out in a rout of the Pirates, as Bitty’s Gumband argues it’s time for Pirates starters to step up. Despite the walk-off victory by the Nationals, The Canuck Cubbie still enjoyed Wednesday’s extra-inning affair in the nation’s capital as two of the NL favorites locked horns. Following a tough defeat in an AL Central showdown with the Royals, Cleveland Sports Perspective wonders whether Terry Francona is loyal or stubborn. Steven Wright pitched the Red Sox into a first-place tie, and The Loyal Bostonian says it’s not too late to hop on the knuckleballer’s bandwagon. Baltimore Sports Today‘s latest podcast looks at the Orioles’ bullpen highs and rotation lows.
3. Vote! Overtime takes a stab at predicting the American League All-Star Game starters, as Daily Law Sports checks in where Red Sox players stand in the fan voting. Cait Covers the Bases and Dodger Insider posted updates on a couple of their players cracking the Top 5 at their positions, while Redleg Nation stumps for a couple of Reds. If you haven’t already voted, you have until June 30th, so submit your ballot and blog about it!
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