Tag: MLB Playoffs

Clayton Kershaw Seeks to Redefine His Legacy

Clayton Kershaw Seeks to Redefine His Legacy

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10/17/2016

I’m sure you’ve thought it, at least once. Maybe October came around and your team was set to face the Dodgers. Maybe you and your friends were in one of those conversations that starts with “Who is the best pitcher we’ve been alive to see?” and ends with the meaning of life. Maybe you were…

And then there Were Four

And then there Were Four

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10/09/2014

In my defense, I did at least correctly predict the AL Wild Card Game, which is about as well as any professional sports writers have predicted these playoffs have done. I’ll jump right into the absurdity: Kansas City sweeps Anaheim Nobody saw this coming. Well, technically, of the 26 paid experts ESPN had predict the…

A King-Sized Victory

A King-Sized Victory

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10/02/2014

Tuesday marked the end of the longest active postseason drought in baseball as the Royals returned to the playoffs after 29 long and painful years.  For the past six months, Kansas City fought tooth and nail to earn a postseason spot alongside October regulars.  After their nail-biting win against the A’s, they’ll travel to Anaheim…

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