Finishing the 2019 season with a dismal 54-108 record, the Baltimore Orioles were a team that was neither envied nor feared. Despite having some top players in Trey Mancini and Hanser Alberto, batting .291 and .305 in 2019, the O's managed to have a season plagued with blown leads and a lack-luster bullpen. Despite putting … Continue reading Do the Orioles have any chance of turning their franchise around in 2020?
For the first time in almost two years, the other day I stepped into the box and took some hacks at the batting cages. I haven't played competitive baseball in almost 4 years and haven't played a game in at least two. After tearing my PCL in Jiu Jitsu, I imagined my days of being … Continue reading A Day at the Cages
Patrick Kane just joined a very elite group of NHL greats, tallying his 1,000th career point in the League coming against the Winnipeg Jets. Becoming the 90th player in the history of the National Hockey League to do so, Kane has put his name alongside greats such as Mario Lemieux, Gordie Howe, and the Great … Continue reading Kaner Gets 1K
The baseball offseason sucks. It sucks because obviously there is no baseball to watch, no diving catch highlights, homerun robberies, shutdown innings, fielding gems, or balls getting blasted into the bleachers. If you're lucky, like me, and you can maintain your sanity by consuming another sport, like I do with hockey, then the offseason isn't … Continue reading Baseball Offseason
My primary purpose in going to Boston, aside from wanting to take a trip to a historic city, was to see Fenway Park. I grew up playing and watching baseball and ever since I got a Boston Red Sox hat when I was young, I've been a Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox fan. Being … Continue reading First Visit to a Legendary Ballpark: Fenway Park