Crazy Finish To MLB Regular Season…..Bring On The Playoffs!!!

Last night was one of the wildest ends to an MLB regular season in some time. With both league wild cards on the line, it was destined to be crazy. The Boston Red Sox led 3-2 in the seventh before a rain delay. When the game resumed, the Orioles came back for a walk-off 4-3 win. Tampa Bay needed a win and after being down 7-0 it didn’t look good, but it didn’t end like that. Evan Longoria hit walk-off homer to win 8-7 and help the Rays win the AL Wild Card.

The Braves blew a 9th inning lead and the Phillies came back to win and eliminated the Braves from the playoffs, s the Cardinals had won already. Now the Phillies will see St. Louis in the NLDS starting Saturday.

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MLB Wild Card Winners To Be Decided Today!!!

Both the American and National League wild cards are tied. The Tampa Rays and Red Sox both won so it is now up to the last day of regular season to decide a winner in the American League. The Braves lost and the Cardinals won so now they are both tied and now tonight’s games will decide a National League winner. It is going to be a crazy night of baseball.

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2011 MLB Opening Day!!!

Today is the official Opening Day for the 2011 MLB Season. A lot of changes were made and you will see new faces in new teams. A lot of talk is surrounded around the Boston Red Sox and Atlanta Braves having good seasons, but majority of the talk has been about the NY Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies. Today the Yankees play the Detroit Tigers, along with a few other games. So lets get ready to Play Ball!!!

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Pitcher Curt Schilling Retires After 20 Seasons

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After 20 years of pitching in Major League Baseball, Curt Schilling has decided to call his career an end. The right-handed pitcher was a big part of the Philadelphia Phillies success during the 90’s and had good outings with Arizona (World Series Title in 2001) and Boston. He said that her has not “regrets” in making this hard decision. He also has the best postseason winning percentage at .846 with an 11-2 record.

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