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Cousins, Posey aftermath: enough is enough

June 3, 2011


Lets move on, shall we? Photo coutesy of: Fantasy Baseball Dugout Written by: Elliot Heller I thought this would go away. Instead, it’s gone way too far. You all know the story: Marlins outfielder Scott Cousins collided with Giants sensation Buster Posey in a play at the plate, and the result was unfortunate to say […]

Road to the Bigs for Bryce Harper

June 1, 2011


courtesy of:   Written by: Ben Weinrib There’s no doubting his ability. There’s no doubt he’ll be great when he hits The Show. But my only question about Bryce Harper is whether he’ll let the money get to his head. As he continues his tour through Single-A baseball, Bryce Harper came through Kannapolis, North […]

‘Aint so Loveable Anymore?

May 28, 2011


photo courtesy of: Written by: Sam Babitsky With the ivy almost fully green and June just around the corner, the Cubs find themselves seven and a half games behind the Central Division leading St. Louis Cardinals. This placement is far too familiar for them as they have struggled to lead the division heading into […]

Posey Likely Done for the Year After Leg Fracture

May 26, 2011


Written by: Elliot Heller The Giants suffered a devastating blow Thursday with the news that offensive catalyst and reigning NL Rookie of the Year Buster Posey would likely miss the rest of the reason with a fractured leg. Posey, who batted cleanup and was instrumental in the San Francisco’s World Series run last year, suffered […]

Year of the Pitcher II? Reflections on the first quarter of the 2011 season

May 25, 2011


Written by: Elliot Heller It’s been quite a year. Sam Fuld’s Superman-like catches, two no-hitters separated by just a few days, a thirty-game hitting streak, another fallen star exiting the game ungracefully, top prospects such as Eric Hosmer, Julio Teheran and Zach Britton making their big league debuts, you name it. And it’s not just […]