Tyler Walsh

Breaking Down the World Series

Breaking Down the World Series

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10/28/2015

The Fall Classic is finally here, and it is sure not to disappoint. It will be an excellent World Series this year, as the powerful pitching rotation of the New York Mets will attempt to beat a gritty Kansas City Royals offense. For the second straight year, the Royals have won the American League. Kansas…

The Cubs’ Unlikely Chance to Make History

The Cubs’ Unlikely Chance to Make History

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10/21/2015

It’s official. The Chicago Cubs, who have not won a World Series in over a century, are well into the National League Championship Series. For the first time since 2003, it seems as though the Cubs have a legitimate chance at overturning the infamous “Curse of the Billy Goat.” Many Cubs fun are dreamily asking:…

2015 in Review: MLB Awards Predictions

2015 in Review: MLB Awards Predictions

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10/07/2015

After a long, winding season, the 2015 Major League Baseball regular season has finally come to an end. With the playoffs now underway, it is a good time to look back on the best overall performers of this past season. There were plenty of standouts, and we have an idea who the most likely contenders…

Jonathan Papelbon: A National Tragedy

Jonathan Papelbon: A National Tragedy

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09/30/2015

On Sunday, during the 8th inning of the Washington Nationals’ contest against the Philadelphia Phillies, closer Jonathan Papelbon scolded teammate Bryce Harper, leading to a physical altercation. Papelbon was soon suspended by the Nationals organization for four games—and with the addition of a three-game suspension issued by Major League Baseball for the intentional plunking of…

2015 MLB Postseason: A First Look

2015 MLB Postseason: A First Look

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09/23/2015

It has been a long, winding road for Major League baseball fans this year, as many teams have bounced in and out of playoff contention over the last few months–even the Boston Red Sox, who have had a notably disappointing season, were only 4.5 games out of the second Wild-Card spot in mid-July. With the…

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