MLB Week in Review (May 1-7)

The MLB is a league full of complicated characters but none are more complicated than that of Alex Rodriguez.

MLB Week in Review (April 4-9)

The new MLB season is finally here after a month of great weather and great baseball in Arizona and Florida for Spring Training.

MLB Week in Review (October 11-17)

The MLB postseason is winding down as the World Series teams have been determined and the final series of the season gets underway next week. As the end gets closer the MLB may have just been through one of the best postseasons in recent history. It may not be that way when someone just looks at the series on paper with no series going over 5 games yet. Looking at it from the records a one it seems as though the teams are running through the postseason.

MLB Week in Review (April 19-25)

In sports many times it is thought that newer is better when it comes to any aspect of the game from players to uniforms to systems. That rings true for the stadiums in sports as well with leagues seeing newer and better stadiums going up almost every year. The stadiums for all of the leagues are beginning to become their own small theme parks. There are more seats than ever while the amenities inside can range from great and unique food to massive stores with any type of merchandise.

MLB Week in Review (April 27 – May 3)

The Boston Red Sox have been the best team in the MLB after the first month of the season as they have come alive. It was not expected this year as the Red Sox were a complete disaster last year with the entire locker room falling apart. They would get a new manager in John Farrell and would lose some of the troublemakers but many people believed there was still a long road ahead.

MLB Week in Review (April 14-20)

Major League Baseball is a league full of great history and they love to point it out every chance they get. The MLB dates back before the 20th century as the official date of the first MLB team, The Cincinnati Red Stockings, is 1869. Since that point there have been many changes in the league with TV coming into play in the late 1900s and money going up.

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