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Mets Explode Against Phillies in Front of Record Crowd Before Fireworks by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Mets scored early and often against the Philadelphia Phillies in a 11-1 victory tonight. The New York Mets got the scoring started in the first inning when third baseman David Wright grounded out to third, scoring second … Continue reading

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New York Mets Consistency to Struggle for by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Mets continue to struggle toward consistency, as they have now lost three in a row after winning four in a row. RA Dickey and Johan Santana lost back-to-back starts for the first time this season, as Dickey … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Philadelphia or New York, Which City Had A Worse Week?

The last week has been one of the worst in recent memories for the City of Brotherly Love and The Big Apple, Philadelphia and New York City.  The New York Yankees, favored to win the pennant, were eliminated from the American League … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Brewers or Cardinals, Who Will Win the NLCS?

The Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals will meet Sunday in the National League Championship Series after spectacular wins in game fives on Friday.  The Brewers edged the Arizona Diamondbacks in 10 innings Friday night when a Nyjer Morgan single … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Phillies or Cardinals, Who Will Win Game 5?

Friday night will feature a matchup of two aces and for teammates with the Toronto Blue Jays in a decisive game five when Chris Carpenter takes the mount for the St. Louis Cardinals to face Roy Halladay and the Philadelphia … Continue reading

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Major League Baseball Made Us All Pay by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

After the most memorable night in Major League Baseball history Wednesday night, I was excited to watch baseball yesterday.  In case you don’t know what happened Wednesday, the St. Louis Cardinals clinched the National League Wild Card by overcoming an 8.5-game September … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: What Are Your Major League Baseball Playoff Predictions?

Off of the most exciting day in the history of regular season Major League Baseball history, the playoffs begin today with two American League Divisional Series games, with the Tampa Bay Rays, fresh off of overcoming a nine-game, September deficit … Continue reading

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Daily Debate: Are The Yankees Built to Win a Championship?

The New York Yankees, at 69-44, have the third-best record in Major League Baseball.  However, after losing two out of three to the Boston Red Sox over the weekend, many are wondering if the Yankees are built to win a … Continue reading

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Yankees Stay Silent, While Others Improve by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Yankees are two games games behind the Boston Red Sox, and are eight games ahead of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the loss column.  Perhaps these were the leading factors in the New York Yankees … Continue reading

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Carlos Beltran’s Last Days as a Met? by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

With the Major League Baseball trade deadline Sunday, July 31, 2011, many expect the New York Mets to trade outfielder Carlos Beltran, to either the Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, or Atlanta Braves.  If Beltran is traded, how … Continue reading

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