Koepka is King so far in 2019

Brooks Koepka year just keeps getting better. Koepka just this past weekend won the Fed Ex St. Jude Classic. He has a very impressive year. Koepka in the majors finished second at the Masters and US Open. He won the PGA and finished fourth at the Open Championship. He also currently leads in the Fed […]

Spinners Sweep Cyclones In Doubleheader Tuesday Night

Lowell Spinners Improves Doubleheader Record to 8-0 BROOKLYN, N.Y. – After falling 3-2 on Sunday night to the Staten Island Yankees and enjoying an off-day on Monday, the Lowell Spinners, proud affiliate of the 2018 World Champion Boston Red Sox, went into Tuesday’s doubleheader with the Brooklyn Cyclones, affiliate of the New York Mets, looking to […]

MLB Weekly Digest July 29th Edition: Rays Lose Snell Until September

The previous week in MLB was about a team in the American League losing a key member of their starting rotation until September, an outfielder who underwent surgery, and a former All-Star shortstop has decided to retire. Tampa Bay Rays Starting Pitcher Blake Snell Will Undergo Elbow Surgery, Expects to Return in 2019 Tampa Bay […]

MLB pensions unfair to Canton man, others

MLB Pensions: In the final episode of MASH, the pompous doctor portrayed by the late David Ogden Stiers got a sendoff that’s arguably one of the most indelible images in television history. After seven seasons of his character trumpeting his own self-importance, sophistication, breeding, and surgical skills, like a proud peacock strutting his feathers, this […]