Results tagged ‘ Wrigley Field ’

Discover: Opening Day

Cardinals Pirates Baseball

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Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

President Barack Obama greets Tampa Bay Rays players before a game with the Cuban national team in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, March 22, 2016. The crowd roared as U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro entered the stadium and walked toward their seats in the VIP section behind home plate. It's the first game featuring an MLB team in Cuba since the Baltimore Orioles played in the country in 1999. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Yankeebiscuitfan writes about the Rays playing in Cuba. What was your take?
  • What did The Baseball Sociologist make of the game? Have a look for yourself.
  • In terms of the actual game on the field, Rays Radio has postgame notes.
  • What’s gone right and wrong for the Cardinals this spring? WWLCB goes in depth.
  • Who exactly is  left in Reds camp? Mark Sheldon runs through the full list.
  • What will the Orioles’ final roster look like? Jake McDonnell makes his guess.
  • BBST wonders how the A’s bullpen would hold up without Sean Doolittle.
  • Is Jeremy Hazelbaker ready for the big leagues? Cardinal Red Baseball discusses.
  • The Unbiased MLB Fan gazes into his NL crystal ball. Do you agree with him?
  • Are 41phillysports and stlcardinalsmino correct about the AL East and NL Central?
  • Do you see the 2016 awards going the way Sideline Champ sees them going?
  • From the Rafters shares bold predictions with a fantasy twist for the 2016 season.
  • Looking for Opening Day tickets at Dodger Stadium? Dodger Insider has the scoop.
  • Cait Covers the Bases tells you how to bid on Uecker Seats for Opening Day.
  • What’s it like on the Cubs’ season ticket waiting list? Cubs Vine Line Blog explains.
  • Braves Give visited a local elementary school if you’d like to see the photos.

Discover: Tuesday Takeaways

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Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

NLDS Cardinals Cubs Baseball

  • Has Kyle Schwarber’s home run landed yet? Born on Third has the Statcast video.
  • Tom Singer marvels at how the young upstart Cubs are hitting all the right notes.
  • Want to see photos of last night’s game and postgame from Cubs Vine Line Blog?
  • The Canuck Cubbie loves to see neutrals pulling for the Cubs to re-write history.
  • Jumping on the #cubwagon is totally encouraged as far as the cola is concerned.
  • When is a game not just a game? Benjamin J. Denen delves into the matter.
  • Chicago Style Sports still is wrapping its head around the Cubs’ new culture.
  • What’s a Cardinals fan to do now? Ask Women Who Love Cardinals Baseball.
  • Agree with stlcardinalsminimo that Joe Maddon was a big factor in the NLDS?
  • When is home field advantage not an advantage? Hardball Conversations explains.
  • Like DodgersFYI, were you impressed by how Clayton Kershaw flipped the script?
  • Lets Blog Mets tries to figure out what feels so unique about being a Mets fan.
  • Will a cover jinx help out the Rangers again? Newberg Report gives it a shot.
  • The Bright Side of Life can’t wait to find out if the Rangers can get the job done.
  • Ever feel an obligation to post like the Canadian blogger at Tigers Forever?
  • Youstontx asks whether it’s over for the Astros after Monday’s crushing loss.
  • What better way for the Angels to thank fans than with The Halo Way‘s photos.
  • Is In Wakefield We Trust right that Xander Bogaerts is the game’s best shortstop?
  • TribeVibe clears up a mystery about what happened to Slider 20 years ago today.
  • How excited were the Colombian kids whose visit is highlighted by Braves Give?
  • Our Game posted the second part of a piece on tragedies and shortened careers.

What are you wondering this Wednesday? Leave a comment below and tell us about it!

Discover: Tuesday Takeaways

NLDS Cardinals Cubs Baseball

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Discover: Monday Around the Horn

Blue Jays Rangers Baseball

  • Blue Jays Musings celebrates staving off elimination with Sunday’s win in Texas.
  • According to ChaseHadden.com, the victory was made possible by patience.
  • The Rangers’ postseason magic number remains nine over at Newberg Report.
  • CHIPALATTA recaps a Game 3 win that has the Astros one win from moving on.
  • Giants Fan Carm wants to see breaking up double plays outlawed in baseball.
  • The Mets need to move on from Saturday night’s controversy, advises The Books.
  • Just Mets says Game 3 will be the Mets’ most pivotal game in nearly a decade.
  • Wrigley Field never will be the same after tonight, according to The Canuck Cubbie.
  • Stlcardinalsminimo discusses whether Adam Wainwright should start Game 4.
  • Kris Bryant is The Unbiased MLB Fan‘s only choice for NL Rookie of the Year.
  • The Sports Buster has some predictions for the rest of the 2015 postseason.
  • Here’s an end-of-season report card for the New York Yankees from Overtime.
  • It’s on to the offseason for the Pirates, and buccosreview has results of a fan survey.
  • Baseballandme is getting a jump on next season with some goals for the 2016.

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Discover: Tuesday Takeaways

Rockies Dodgers Baseball

  • Cat loves the dodgers has appealed to the baseball gods to let the Dodgers clinch.
  • The Giants beat their ancient rivals on Monday and SF Giants Photos posted pics.
  • The Wayniac Nation looks at some clubs enjoying resurgences this season.
  • How much can 10 days change a division race? Around the Horn Talk explores.
  • Just Mets discusses Matt Harvey’s comments on pitching before the postseason.
  • Here are some dramatic super moon eclipse ballpark photos from The Halo Way.
  • Joe Frisaro explains what a strong finish for the Marlins can do for the club.
  • See photos and stories from the Wrigley stop on Chavez Chronicle‘s ballpark tour.
  • TribeVibe thanks #TribeTown with details on October 3 Fan Appreciation Night.
  • Think the Cubs promoted all their top prospects? Daniel Satter has news for you.
  • The Distinguished Grizzly shares an updated power rankings for the final week.

Discover: Three for Thursday

Hisashi Iwakuma

1. Hisashi Iwakuma’s no-hitter. Ending a run of 12 straight no-hitters by National League pitchers, Seattle’s Hisashi Iwakuma held the Orioles hitless on Wednesday at Safeco Field. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave posted a photo of a lineup card that suddenly became historic. Teal Ball Times thanked the Mariners hurler, while The Occasional Post saw the feat as evidence of the beauty of baseball and Daniel Satter Sport Talk provided an opposition perspective. (more…)

Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Chicago Cubs

You’ve seen his famous photo. But did you know photographer Jon SooHoo has an MLB Pro Blog, Dodgers Photog Blog? (more…)

Discover: Wednesday Wonderings

Travis Snider, Manny Machado

The Win Column wonders whether playing by NL rules will slow down the surging Orioles. (more…)