This time of year is always tough. Football season is ramping up, the weather has hinted that it might start to cool off a bit here soon, and the kids have gone back to school. Even those of you who are not either a student or a parent have, at the very least, spent a …
Across the sporting world, frontrunners, bandwagoners and championship chasing fans are abhorred. Real fandom does not and will not exist without a strong, well-developed bond between fan and team. To cheer just for the sake of a victory shows the worst side of the human character. That being said, with one of the most abysmal Reds’ seasons staring …
Tonight’s game could be the last of the 2015 season as the Kansas City Royals look to close out the Mets in New York. 8:07 p.m. – Kansas City Royals (Volquez) at New York Mets (Harvey) Kansas City leads the series 3-1.
All those grand narratives about how to win based on the first two games of the World Series? Never mind. The Mets look to even the series tonight. Game Four 8:07 p.m. – Kansas City Royals (Young) at New York Mets (Matz) Kansas City leads series 2-1.
Seems likely that Game Two will be at least as hairy as last night’s 14-inning thriller. 8:07 p.m. – New York Mets (deGrom) at Kansas City Royals (Cueto) Royals lead the series 1-0. For those keeping track of the tie-breaker, former Reds pitchers accounted for 5 strikeouts last night.
Game one is finally here! 8 p.m. – New York Mets (Harvey) at Kansas City Royals (Volquez)
Self explanatory. Game One is tomorrow night. Who wins the series, how many games? Short paragraph explaining prediction. Tie-breaker is number of strikeouts for former Reds pitchers (don’t forget Ryan Madson).