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Posted - Jul 27 2018 : 6:42PM
Update on noteworthy trades around MLB:
J.A. Happ to the Yankees
Cole Hamels to the Cubs
Asdrubal Cabrera to the Phillies
Eduardo Escobar to the Diamondbacks
MF, there's your solid bat for the Phils.
 
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Posted - Jul 28 2018 : 12:03AM
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Yeah, of all the potential trades discussed, I didn't hear anyone mention his name. It sounds like him and Scott Kingery will rotate between starting shortstop and pinch hitting duties. As one of the guys on the pregame show tonight pointed out, this helps the Phillies in two ways-they finally get a good hitting infielder who can hit for average and power, plus, they take him off the Mets (a team the Phillies play 11 more times this season). It seems like ever since the Mets acquired him three years ago, Cabrera has crushed Phillies pitching, especially at CBP. I figure this is the one - and only - move that the Phillies make.
I was surprised to see Cole Hamels go to the Cubs, I guess they still remember that no-hitter he threw at Wrigley three years ago. I wonder if he'll have any sort of career resurgence with the Cubs.

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Posted - Jul 28 2018 : 5:10AM
^^Mike Moustakas also got traded from the Royals to the Brewers.
 
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Posted - Jul 31 2018 : 1:09AM
Damn it...Aaron Nola pitches 8 innings, giving up just one run (because Odubel Herrera misplayed a line drive to center that turned into an RBI triple), but the Phillies still lose to the Red Sox at Fenway, 2-1 in 13 innings. Phillies' lineup has suddenly gone cold and the team has lost four straight.
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By the way, the Red Sox are now 42 games above .500, on pace for a 112-win season.
Also noteworthy tonight...the Nationals have reportedly told teams that Bryce Harper is available. I don't think they'll pull off a trade for him in the next couple hours (trade deadline is this afternoon), but this almost certainly means that he won't be playing for the Nationals next year.
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Posted - Jul 31 2018 : 9:32AM
If he and his agent are still looking at $200M+ than the Nats are better off without him than ham stringing the organization with what would be an untradeable contract. Big shiny stats do not necessarily translate to World Series appearances.
Of course, this decision has been made easier by the emergence of Juan Soto.

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Posted - Jul 31 2018 : 9:41AM
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Posted - Jul 31 2018 : 7:18PM
I don't know about y'all but I really don't see any earthshattering trades on the list. Machado to the Dodgers is pretty much the big splash but that was last week and I am not convinced LA is a good fit for him. Schoop to the Brewers could be interesting because he might provide some much needed stability in that lineup offensively and defensively.
 
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Posted - Jul 31 2018 : 11:47PM
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For the most part, the guys we expected to be traded were traded. Plus, I'd say another thing that kind of takes away from the "sizzle" of the MLB trade deadline is that a lot of these trades are centered around obscure middle relievers that most people don't know about. This year was actually a rarity, in which we had a superstar slugger - in the prime of his career - get traded. On the other hand, there weren't any great starting pitchers available, just "okay" and past-their-prime guys like Chris Archer, Cole Hamels and J.A. Happ.
As for the Nationals discussion started above...I too am of the belief that the Nationals should just end the "Bryce Harper era" and move on to the "Juan Soto era." I know he's only like 25, but I actually feel like we might've already seen the best of Bryce Harper. I know that as bad as this season has been for him, his power numbers are still pretty good, but there's some thought that he might not age well as a hitter with that violent swing of his. When it comes to this offseason, I really wonder how many teams are actually going to be interested in giving him that MEGA deal he'll be seeking. And in regards to Soto, I don't think it's crazy to say that he could end up being just as good - if not better - than Harper.
By the way, the Nationals beat the Mets tonight, 25-4.

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Posted - Aug 1 2018 : 6:18AM
I like Archer to the Pirates. Team control for a few years is a nice bonus. In return, the Rays get signature pieces with Meadows/Glasnow. I was surprised to see them snag Tommy Pham from the Cardinals since they were strictly selling - hence unloading Wilson Ramos to the Phillies (who continue trying to improve their offense). Nothing crazy but still a busy deadline.
 
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Posted - Aug 1 2018 : 11:43PM
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"I like Archer to the Pirates. Team control for a few years is a nice bonus."
Meh, I don't know, seems like they overpaid for him. Especially when, let's be real, the chances of the Pirates actually making the playoffs are slim. They're currently 3.5 games back of the second WC spot. And it's not one team that has that second spot right now, it's three-Braves, Rockies, Dodgers. Who knows, maybe the change of scenery (and league) will lead to Archer "rebooting" his career, but I doubt it. The guy's not as young as I thought, either, he's actually 29 years old now.
By the way, former Phillies great, Cole Hamels, looked pretty good tonight in his Cubs debut at Pittsburgh: 5 IP, 3 H, 1 R (0 ER), 2 BB, 9 K.
 
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Posted - Aug 6 2018 : 1:15AM
Red Sox just pulled off a comeback win over the Yankees, completing a 4-game sweep of New York and clinching the A.L. East. Okay, so they didn't actually clinch the division, but with a 9.5 game lead over the Yankees now, it certainly feels like Boston just did with this sweep.

Enjoy that Wild Card Game (again), New York.
 
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Posted - Aug 8 2018 : 11:22PM
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I remember her doing the same at Citizens Bank Park in Philly earlier this season, as I recall, she planned on throwing out the first pitch at all 30 MLB ballparks. I'm guessing she's about done them all by now. (Okay, just clicked on the article, she's now done 24 of 30 ballparks.)

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Posted - Aug 13 2018 : 12:10AM
The Cubs win 4-3 tonight on a walkoff grand slam over the Nationals. Max Scherzer's magnificent seven innings on the mound went to waste. Now it will be interesting to see if the Nats shake it off or continue their years-long run of mental softness by going straight in the tank.
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Posted - Aug 13 2018 : 4:00PM
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I turned that game back on just as Bode's ball was in the air; gotta love Matt Vasgersian-he called that like it was a walk-off grand slam in Game 7 of the World Series.
I was glad that Cole Hamels didn't take the loss in that game because he was awesome. In three starts with the Cubs now, he's been excellent-just 2 ER in 18 IP (9 K in two of the three starts). Watching him pitch last night, I was wondering: "Why didn't the Phils trade for him, again?"
The Nationals' loss last night also highlighted the fact that they don't have their closer, Sean Doolittle, he's still on the D.L. The Dodgers are also without their closer now, Kenley Jansen, and it cost 'em the last two games of their series in Colorado over the weekend. I wonder if the absence of their closers will cost both of these teams postseason spots.
Over in the American League, the Red Sox, Yankees and Indians are essentially playoff locks at this point, but things have suddenly become very interesting in the West. The Mariners just completed a 4-game sweep of the Astros, which has put both the Athletics (2.5 GB) and Mariners (4 GB) back in contention for the division title. Additionally, just when it looked like they were fading fast, the Mariners are just 1.5 games back of the A's for that second Wild Card spot.
 
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Posted - Aug 16 2018 : 1:04PM
I gotta say, I am impressed by how my Phillies "held their own" against the Red Sox in the home-and-home two-game series they played. They split the four games, winning one up in Boston and one in Philly last night, and those two games they did lose were both just 2-1 scores. Wilson Ramos had one hell of a debut for the Phils last night: 3-for-4 with a triple, two doubles, three RBI and three runs. Oh, and he threw out a baserunner, too. Thankfully, he came off the D.L. sooner than expected, it's felt like the catcher's spot in the lineup has been an "automatic out" for the past couple weeks. They now play a whopping five games in a row against the Mets, starting with a doubleheader today; the finale of the series will actually take place in Williamsport, PA (home of the Little League World Series) on Sunday Night Baseball.
By the way, how 'bout Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Atlanta Braves getting beaned on the very first pitch of the game against the Marlins yesterday? It was clearly intentional and I don't think the pitcher, Jose Urena, was acting on his own. Typically, pitchers are just carrying out the orders of their managers when they intentionally throw at a batter. Fortunately, the x-rays and CT scans were negative and Acuna Jr. only sustained a bruise to his elbow; he's being listed as day-to-day now.
 
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Posted - Sep 7 2018 : 3:00PM
Well, with about 20 games left to go for every team, it seems like the only September drama is in the National League. In the American League, the Red Sox have an insurmountable lead (9.5 games) over the Yankees, the Indians essentially clinched the Central as soon as the season started, and though they've made things interesting in the past month, the Athletics currently sit 3.5 games behind the Astros in the West and it feels like Houston is getting their mojo back. The Wild Card matchup appears to be locked with the Yankees and A's, it's just a matter of if New York can maintain their lead (3.5 games) over Oakland for the first WC spot and homefield advantage in the WC Game. Over in the N.L., the West has turned out to be a three-team race between the Rockies, Dodgers and Diamondbacks, who are all within 2.5 games or less of each other. The Cubs appear to be pulling away from the Brewers and Cardinals in the Central (CHI is up 4.5 and 5 games on the two teams, respectively), although Milwaukee and St. Louis currently hold the two WC spots. In the East, even though they sit 3.5 games behind the Braves, I feel like my Phillies are about to fall out of it within the next week; they just lost two of three down in Miami and now they play the Mets up in NYC this weekend, having to face both deGrom and Syndergaard.
 
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Posted - Sep 16 2018 : 11:21PM
Two weeks to go and, as expected, my Phillies have fallen out of both the division and Wild Card races.

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Posted - Sep 17 2018 : 2:35PM
^ At least you were in it in September. The Tigers have been hopeless all year.

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Posted - Sep 17 2018 : 4:03PM
In the meantime, it is interesting to note the Cubs and the Astros are playing a lot of closer by committee.

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Posted - Sep 18 2018 : 1:45PM
I went to a game in early August when they were playing well and the bottom has dropped out. The stadium is so empty and I think a lot of fans don't like Kapler and hate the players, I honestly hate most of them. They are not good. Cesar Hernandez see you later he is not an everyday player, Carlos Santana what a bust doubt anybody would trade for him, Odubul Herrera is a bonehead, I hate him, Roman Quinn should get a look in CF. The only player in the line up that has promise moving forward is Rhys Hoskins, maybe Nick Williams. I'd love to see Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, we have the money. Aaron Nola looks like an ace but Jake Arrittea has been a disappointment, got bring in another starter. Dominguez has hit the wall but I think he can be the closer moving forward, Kapler to stop using him 2 innings, Hunter was a poor signing we need a set up man. It's going to be a very important off season, if we don't bring in Harper or Machado and don't get rid of some of these guys the Phillies won't be contending for a few more years.

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Posted - Sep 18 2018 : 4:12PM
The Phillies are 1-8 in games excluding the Marlins in September, 4-11 overall this month. The last time the Phils won a series against a team besides the Marlins was July 25. Since 2012 the Phils are 48-82 against the Mets.
 
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Posted - Sep 20 2018 : 2:07AM
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Yeah, the Mets have won the season series against the Phillies for 7 consecutive years now.
I went to four Phillies game this season, the last being Aug. 5 against the Marlins when they had the 10th anniversary pregame celebration for the 2008 World Series Champions team. (Unfortunately, because my SEPTA trip was longer than anticipated and the lines were so long to get into CBP, I missed most of that pregame stuff!) I wanted to get into this team so bad this year, but as much as I tried, it was hard to be excited because of so many average/below average players on the team and so few good/great ones. As you pointed out, as of right now, there are only two real "keepers" on this team: Aaron Nola and Rhys Hoskins. Do I want them to get Manny Machado? Yes. Do I want to see Bryce Harper on the Phillies? Meh, not really. As I said before in this thread, I think Bryce's best days in the majors may already be behind him.
Not to mention the Twins, White Sox and Royals. This is why the Cleveland Indians should be all in on winning the World Series right now and for the next 2-3 years-all of their division rivals will be stuck in rebuilding mode. Whether it's through trading prospects or signing free agents, they ought to do everything they can now to give them the best chance to win it all while the rest of their division is down.

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Posted - Sep 20 2018 : 1:41PM
^ I went to the August 3 game for Shane Victorino's retirement and my friend I missed it cuz the line to get in the stadium so I know what you mean. I feel the way, I tried to get excited about this t but I can't cuz like you said too many average/below average players. Harper would give us power and if we got him on a 2 yr 100 million dollar deal it might make sense so he can get another contract if he wants to go that route. Idt the Phils will pony up the money for him though. It will be a very interesting and important off season.
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Posted - Sep 21 2018 : 4:10AM
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There's no way a superstar free agent would sign a short-term deal like that, especially when they are represented by Scott Boras.
By the way, the Boston Red Sox clinched the AL East title in Yankee Stadium last night. For the first time in franchise history, the Red Sox have won their division in three consecutive seasons.

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Posted - Sep 26 2018 : 12:26AM
^ Damn it, I forgot to watch that one. Boston never clinched a regular-season title in New York before.
An indication of the degree of suckage in the AL Central: Cleveland could finish with both 1) fewer than 90 wins and 2) a 15+ game lead in the division.
 
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Posted - Sep 29 2018 : 4:01AM
The American League matchups, including the Wild Card Game, are set:
Wild Card Game: Oakland Athletics at New York Yankees
Division Series: (Wild Card Winner) vs. Boston Red Sox
Division Series: Cleveland Indians vs. Houston Astros
Still up for grabs in the National League are:
-Best record/homefield advantage (NL Central winner, Cubs or Brewers, will get it)
-West division title (Rockies are still up a game on the Dodgers)
-Last Wild Card spot (Dodgers are up two games on the Cardinals for it)

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Posted - Sep 30 2018 : 12:38AM
^ The Cardinals are eliminated. The NL Wild Card game will be NL West 2nd place NL Central 2nd place.
The NLDS will be
1. NL Wild Card v. NL Central Champion
2. Atlanta Braves v. NL West Champion
Edited by - Cornell Lingus on 9/30/2018 12:40:39 AM
 
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Posted - Oct 2 2018 : 12:34AM
Those two tiebreaker games yesterday...Brewers over Cubs was down-to-the-wire, but Dodgers over Rockies not so much. Tough break for the Rockies-they had to travel from Colorado to Los Angeles for yesterday's game, and now they have to go from L.A. to Chicago to play the Cubs tonight with their season on the line. It'll really suck for them if they suffer the same fate as they did last year-losing the Wild Card Game on the road.
 
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Posted - Oct 3 2018 : 9:15AM
Wow, Cubs' lineup went cold at the worst time-just one run in each of their two one-game playoff games. Worst of all, they lost 'em both at home. A lot of big-wigs in the MLB offices will be pissed if the A's beat the Yankees tonight, too.

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Posted - Oct 3 2018 : 7:45PM
^ It's just as well the Cubs didn't advance. Even through the last series with the Cards they looked like a team with nothing left in the tank. Of course they also had the poor fortune of playing a team still fighting for a playoff berth in their final series, while the Brewers drew the Tigers who did not have a fuck to give at the end of the season.
 
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Posted - Oct 3 2018 : 7:48PM
Yep, to me it looked like the Cubs were tired.
 
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Posted - Oct 3 2018 : 11:18PM
Well, that whole "opener" idea (using a reliever to start a game) didn't work out so well for the Oakland A's tonight. Yankees vs. Red Sox it is.

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Posted - Oct 4 2018 : 12:21PM
^ The A's closer was Fernando Rodney. They weren't going to advance. Last night he fell apart right on cue.
 
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Posted - Oct 8 2018 : 10:34PM
The Rockies, Indians and Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino got whooped.

The National League Championship Series is set: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Milwaukee Brewers

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Posted - Oct 8 2018 : 10:49PM
Manny Machado was looking for a specific pitch in a specific place. He got it and that ball might still be flying.

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Posted - Oct 9 2018 : 3:29AM
The Braves go out in 4. You could tell most of the Braves were overawed by the postseason.
 
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Posted - Oct 10 2018 : 1:28AM
Red Sox eliminate Yankees. They'll be bitching & moaning if the Sox don't win the World Series. However, the level of pain will be a few notches lower due to tonight's results. This group of players finally won a series in their 3rd try & sent their hated rivals home.
 
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Posted - Oct 10 2018 : 11:05AM
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With the exception of the bottom of the 9th inning of last night's game, the series was rather anticlimactic.
So with none of the division series going the distance, we've got to wait until Friday for the next postseason game.
 
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Posted - Oct 12 2018 : 2:02PM
Regardless of what the World Series matchup ends up being, I think the AL representative easily defeats the NL team in 4-5 games.

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Posted - Oct 12 2018 : 8:49PM
DirecTV has Game 1 of Dodgers-Brewers in 4K UHD tonight.

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Posted - Oct 12 2018 : 10:51PM
What the fuck is Craig Counsell thinking bringing Josh Hader into the game in the 5th inning with a 5-1 lead, then letting him pitch three (so far) innings? It makes no sense to me why you would want to burn up your closer early in Game 1 when the game is not immediately on the line, nor to let the Dodgers see him pitch that many pitches. The more you see a pitcher, the better you can figure him out.
 
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Posted - Oct 13 2018 : 12:28AM
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Yeah, I don't know what the logic was there.

It almost cost 'em the game, too. They were holding on for dear life there at the end.
Oh, and stop me if you've heard this before...Clayton Kershaw struggles in a postseason start.
 
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Posted - Oct 14 2018 : 11:07PM
Red Sox win a playoff game that David Price starts, although, he doesn't get the win. Both series tied at 1-1.

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Posted - Oct 17 2018 : 8:09PM
Another questionable pitching decision by Craig Counsell. His starter walks the leadoff hitter, so Counsell pulls him. And this is after the bullpen got burnt up in a 13-inning game the night before. If your starter does not have his stuff at the start of a game that should be obvious in the bullpen before the game. In that case you put somebody else on the mound when you submit the lineup card and save an arm for the game. I get it if your starter has an injury but that was not announced.
 
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Posted - Oct 17 2018 : 11:07PM
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Yeah, that was a "Wow, that's gotta be a first" moment there. Apparently, that was the plan, though.
It's easy to criticize the head-scratching pitching moves of the Brewers, but the simple fact of the matter is that their lineup has gone cold.

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Posted - Oct 19 2018 : 12:03AM
The Red Sox are moving on. The Dodgers can join them in the Series with a win Friday night. Or will the Brewers prolong the NLCS?
 
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Posted - Oct 19 2018 : 12:40AM
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Nah, I think the Brewers are done-they ain't knockin' in runs all of a sudden. MLB will get one of its dream World Series matchups-Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. (Pretty much the only thing better for the league, from a TV ratings standpoint, would be Yankees vs. Dodgers.) If the Red Sox win it all, their long-suffering fans will finally get to celebrate a World Series title after a brutal five-year drought.
This generation of Boston sports fans, 2002-present, is by far the most spoiled fan base in the history of American pro sports. Worst of all, this embarrassment of riches isn't coming to an end anytime soon-along with the Partriots and Red Sox, the Celtics seem destined to win multiple championships in the coming years. And while I don't have an in-depth knowledge of the NHL, the Bruins are apparently pretty fuckin' good, too.
 
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Posted - Oct 19 2018 : 12:58AM
Red Sox headed to WS, in part, because trade acquisition Nathan Eovaldi is suddenly the 2nd coming of Bob Gibson. Couldn't have predicted that one. The Series starts in Boston and temps are predicted to be chilly.
 
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Posted - Oct 21 2018 : 12:40AM
2018 World Series: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Boston Red Sox
Dodgers should put up more of a fight than the Brewers would have, but I still don't see how they beat the Red Sox. I got to wondering about what teams lost the WS in back-to-back years, and I found that the three most recent are: 2010-11 Texas Rangers, 1991-92 Atlanta Braves, 1977-78 Los Angeles Dodgers. (Even though it happened this decade, I totally forgot that the Texas Rangers actually made it to the WS in back-to-back years.)
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