MLB Week in Review (June 9-15)

With two and a half months gone in the 2012 season the MLB is beginning to even out now as the league begins to really take shape. The MLB is a long season and that means that there will be a lot of up and downs for teams. With 162 games a year losing or winning in the first few months means little unless you can extend that into the middle of the season.

MLB Week in Review (April 28-May 4)

Last week I wrote about Philip Humber and his entrance into the MLB record books pitching the 21st perfect game in MLB history. This week another pitcher put his name in the history books as Jered Weaver pitched the 274th no-hitter in MLB history. As Weaver finished off his no-hitter he was talked about for his feat but then he was quickly brushed aside. There is not much more than the fact that he pitched a no-hitter as most people seemed to forget about him.

MLB Week in Review (April 21-27)

When someone says Philip Humber not a lot of eyebrows are raised and that is mainly because nobody has a clue who he is. Humber is a bit of a journeyman as he has moved from the minors to the majors on a regular pace. With his back and forth pattern Humber became a tweener of sorts as a pitcher who could fill a hole if needed. That all changed this past week as Humber entered the MLB history books becoming the 21st player to pitch a perfect game.

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