Discussion in 'Sports' started by Dead2009, Nov 8, 2016.
I think one of the team's were the Mets, was it at Shea?
Cleveland has a record 15 game winning streak going, and Arizona has a 13 game winning streak going as they were off last night.
It was Seattle vs. Boston at Fenway.
Michael A. Taylor was credited with an inside the park grand slam when Odubel Herrera misplayed a ball in CF and jogged after it when it went over his head.
Super disappointed with the effort from the Cubs this weekend. Seems like they're just going through the motions at this point.
Nats clinch NL East.
Aaron Judge becomes second rookie to hit 40 home runs.
Dodgers clinch playoff spot after a pretty slumpy past few weeks. Still holding a mild lead over the Nats for home-field advantage throughout the LDS & LCS.
Scores from last night...which one was football?
Chicago 17, Detroit 7
Philadelphia 10, Miami 0
Houston 13, Cincinnati 9
Chicago 14, NY 6
Pedro Martinez Jr. signs with the Tigers.
I wonder how long it will be before Yankee fans start chanting: "Who's Your Daddy Granddaddy." ?
Aaron Judge hits HR #52, which not only flies 484 ft, but also breaks Babe Ruth's Yankees record for most HR's hit at home during a single season.
John Farrel becomes first manager in Red Sox history to win three AL East titles (2013, 2016, & 2017).
Even more impressive considering he's only been manager for five seasons.
Brewers blew 6-0 lead and lost to Cards 7-6. That eliminates them and makes Rockies second NL wild card. I wonder how much they celebrate before their game against the Dodgers tonight.
"The team kept the celebratory drinking & partying to a bare minimum", explained one Rockies player shortly after arriving at Petco Park for the game this evening. He later went on to explain "that our mained focus right now is to is to beat those Rams."
Braves GM resigns amid MLB investigation
The way Houston and Cleveland dominated their opponents last night, it looks like the path to the World Series in the AL goes through one of them.
One game in baseball doesn't mean very much. But Cleveland has been the hottest team for a long stretch of games so they're the favorite if you have to pick one.
Astros' bats haven't cooled down any today so far. Verlander could've taken a vacation this week with an offense like that.
Considering Houston is one game away from a sweep....the only thing stopping them is a massive collapse.
Houston, you're team is on fire. No denying that. As incredible as the Astros look, however, they still need to keep in mind they are playing a Boston team, and as the '04 Yankees, as well as last NFL season's Falcons will attest to.... you never ever ever ever count a Boston team out until the stadium lights shut off. Ever.
But still though, outscoring their opponent 16-4 in two games is pretty darn impressive.
Sox not going quietly.
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