MLB playoff picture becoming clear

September 28, 2017 0

Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer Typically, the playoff situation is complex in late September. But this year, there is less to focus on with plenty of teams clinching playoff positions as of Sept. 24. That being

MLB recap: first week highlights

April 12, 2017 0

Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer The. Wait. Is. Over. The crack of the bat is back. The beautiful sunny days where fans pile in to watch their teams are back. Baseball is back, and one week

Out of Left Field with Dan Zalewski III

February 15, 2017 0

Dan Zalewski  Staff Writer   Do you remember the days when we judged the greatness of players by the number of bombs they could send over the wall? You know, the days when we immortalized

Breaking a three-way tie

October 4, 2016 0

Nick Witwer Staff Writer Ahh, September, the time of year where the cool breeze comes in and we all transition from summer to fall. However, this year things have been different. It is almost October

NL Wildcard narrows

September 23, 2016 0

Tyler Helsabeck Staff Writer To be quite frank, the division races in the National League are just not intriguing this year. With the closest division race being in the NL west, the Dodgers’ five game

From Heisman to Homerun

September 15, 2016 0

Kyle Brady Staff Writer Former Heisman winner and ex-NFL quarterback, Tim Tebow, signed a contract to play minor league baseball for the New York Mets organization. The contract, which was signed on September 8, gives

MLB celebrates opening day

April 10, 2016 0

Leif Johnson Staff Writer The Major League Baseball season is upon us once again as cities across the country celebrated the unofficial holiday known simply as “Opening Day”. While “Opening Day” has turned into several

Cuba plays host to Rays

March 30, 2016 0

Cayla Pavlovec Staff Writer When you look at the history of the United States and Cuba, most minds jump immediately to the Cold War and the Bay of Pigs invasion. Others will think of the

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