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The Sports Greek Is Headed To Arizona

I’m headed to Arizona for the next few days to check out the Cactus League MLB action.   I’ll be attending a game or two each day and will be posting daily articles on the game as well as my experience in Arizona.   This is the first time I’ve been to Arizona since attending a D-Backs/Mets […]

Arrieta Signing Goes Beyond Diamond

  On Monday the Phillies signing of Jake Arrieta to a 3 year $75 million contract was made official and Tuesday the team introduced the 2015 NL CY Young Award Winner and 2016 World Series Champion to the media in Clearwater. There has been no bigger critic of this move than me. I’ve cited that […]

Moustakas rejoins Royals, Bonifacio draws drug suspension

On the day the Kansas City Royals welcomed back Mike Moustakas, they found out Jorge Bonifacio will miss half the season. Bonifacio was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball on Saturday after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. The outfielder was banned after a positive test for Boldenone. The ban will begin on opening […]

At 39, free agent Luke Scott eyes baseball comeback

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — If a major league team calls with a job offer, Luke Scott intends to be ready. So do Neil Walker, Nolan Reimold and Travis Snider, also among more than two dozen free agents working out at the IMG Academy. Scott looks around “Camp Jobless” — as some have dubbed the Major […]

The All Pro Nation Radio Network Is HERE…

Dear All Pro Nation Fans, Today we are excited to announce the launch of a new project by All Pro Nation. This new platform will be called “The All Pro Nation Radio Network.” We are constantly looking at ways to make our fan experience more enjoyable and we feel like The APN Radio Network will […]

Rich Eisen Rule: Beyond Ridiculous

Tuesday on his show Rich Eisen revealed that an “anonymous” MLB Executive told Eisen that a rule is being discussed in the MLB that would allow the manager of the trailing team to send up any three hitters he chooses.  You read that right ANY three hitters.  Yankees could send up Judge, Stanton and Sanchez […]

A’s will open 2019 season in Tokyo against Seattle

For the third time in 12 years, the A’s will play their season opener in Japan in 2019, The Chronicle has learned. The Japan opener has yet to be officially announced, but according to league and team sources, Oakland and Seattle will begin next season at the Tokyo Dome. The two clubs opened the 2012 […]

2017 World Series Champions

The Houston Astros celebrate after winning baseball's World Series, Nov. 1, 2017 (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

The Houston Astros have defeated the Los Angles Dodgers 5 to 1 to win the 2017 World Series. Like and Share this article:

Yankees win Game 5 over the Astros

The Yankees won Game 5 of the AL Championship Series to advance 3-2 in the series over the Astros. Masahiro Tanaka became just the third Yankees pitcher to complete multiple seven-inning scoreless starts in the same postseason. Tanaka expolsed with emotion when defeating the Astros Starting lineup. The Yankees have advanced to the World Series for the […]

Joe Maddon Ejected

Hot head manger Joe Maddon was at it again last night. For the second time in the NLCS games Maddon was ejected. Dodgers outfielder Curtis Granderson swung through a low knuckle-ball from Cubs pitcher Davis with two strikes. Granderson began to complain to the umpire that he tipped it therefore it was a foul ball and […]

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Those Crazy Twins

Every one counted them out, but the Minnesota Twin end up clinching a Wild-Card berth. The Twins had just come off a 103 game losing season in 2016 and found themselves with a .522 season in 2017. How did it happen? With a little help from the White Sox’s. They managed to hit a walk-off […]