Category Archives: outlandish predictions

Kojiracy

I’ve been thinking a lot about Koji Uehara since last night and I think I’ve hit on a bizarre, but plausible truth.

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The Times They Are A-Changin’

In the midst of Tuesday’s post-Darvish hubbub, Jon Morosi of FOXSports.com threw out the following on Twitter: “An All-Star team of the Rangers and Angels could beat the Red Sox and Yankees. West is the new East.”

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Tids & Bits

England and America should scrap cricket and baseball and come up with a new game that they both can play.  Like baseball, for example. — Robert Benchley

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Outlandish Predictions

Last week when the Cliff Lee news was all but official, everyone started calling out about what this means for the Phillies, the National League, and the balance of power in the game of baseball. That got me thinking and … Continue reading

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