There is an up and coming shortstop in the National League that everyone should keep an eye on. He belongs to the St. Louis Cardinals and his name is Paul DeJong.
The definition of surging is to move suddenly and powerfully forward or upward. And that is exactly what the St. Louis Cardinals are doing with 20 games left in the 2019 regular season.
For some, baseball is in their blood, sweat, and tears. Twenty-eight years ago, the Atlanta Braves played the Montreal Expos at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. The Braves took the win 3-2 and my father took home a win too. If you ask my father, something special happened during that game — something that unless you knowContinue reading “One More Inning”
Unless you’ve lived under a rock for the last few years, you have heard of outfielder Harrison Bader.
There is magic in this team. I know there is. I have witnessed it many times. I have also witnessed heartbreak with this team. They are fighting hard to stay in first place and prove to everyone that they are able to make it into postseason.
Twenty-one years ago, Mike Piazza was traded from the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Florida Marlins and finally to the New York Mets in a span of eight days. Three years later, I would fall in love with Piazza and the New York Mets thus beginning my longest relationship with well, anything.
For most, July 31, 2019 was just another blasé Wednesday – but for the world of Major League Baseball, it was everything. The 2019 trade deadline mattered in a big way.
I will always remember the first time I sat down and watched A League of Their Own. It was a rainy summer day in 1998, I was six years old and my mom was trying her best to keep me entertained.
In my life, from childhood to adulthood, there have been four constants: my faith, my mother, my father and baseball.