Monthly Archives: October 2010

Obligatory Halladay Post

I’m not sure what I can add to the millions of words certain to be gushed tonight in the aftermath of Roy Halladay’s no-hitter, but I thought I would offer a few quick perspectives. First, the AL East is cruel. … Continue reading

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Playoff Predictions

The first point I make in this post will probably be the only worthwhile point in what’s sure to be a 3,000 word ramble about the playoffs. Playoff prognostication is a fool’s errand. Unless one has a Pete Rose-like ability … Continue reading

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Final Awards Picks

The regular season ended today with four meaningful baseball games, one of which went into extra innings (though the Rays had clinched the division by the end of the ninth), another of which was decided by one run (with the … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Ubaldos

Ubaldo Jimenez pitched 8 dominant innings today, striking out 10 and giving up 3 hits, 2 of which didn’t leave the infield. That line wasn’t enough, however, to earn his 20th win, as the Rockies lost, 1-0 in extra innings. … Continue reading

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