In this post, Kevin Luljak provides his list and backs up each pick with statistics. He definitely goes out on a limb that no one else did with some of his later choices.
There are myriad ways to get ready to tailgate for Opening Day or for any baseball game, and in this article I will try and help you do just that.
The 2011 MLB Season Opens today! This post contains the complete TV schedule and and the pitching matchups for Opening Day games on Thursday and Friday.
Over the course of the past two weeks, I have gone division-by-division providing my analysis of each team and predicting how many games they’ll win in 2011. (See all here.) Now on to the fun part: predicting who will make the playoffs in the AL and NL and which team will ultimately bring home the […]
In this post, the final in our division-by-division MLB predictions, we analyze whether the Rangers can repeat, or whether the A’s, Angels, or Mariners can rise up and knock Texas down a rung.
Who will come out on top in what has historically been one of baseball’s most competitive divisions? Can the Twins repeat? Will the reloaded White Sox reclaim the throne? Can the Tigers rebound from last year’s disappointment?
The Tampa Bay Rays won the AL East for the second time in three seasons last year, winning 96 games, one better than the New York Yankees. Will the Yankees or Red Sox reclaim the top spot in 2011?
Today, we preview the NL Central and predict whether it will be the Reds heading to the playoffs yet again, or if the retooled Brewers or the consistent Cardinals can take the title.
In this post, Kevin previews the National League West, home of the 2010 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants. Can the Rockies, Padres, Dodgers, or Diamondbacks emerge as legitimate contenders to their throne?
MLB 2011 Predictions: NL East – Phillies look to live up to the hype while potential contenders in Atlanta and Florida line up behind them
Kevin is going through all six MLB divisions and offering his outlook and prediction for each team as we prepare for Opening 2011. Today: the NL East, including the Phillies, Marlins, Braves, Mets, and Nationals.
When your team is in the Super Bowl, and the opposing fan base is as classy as Steelers fans were before Super Bowl XLV and as gracious as they have been since, it makes the experience even more rewarding and special for the victors.
This year’s Super Bowl is expected to be nothing short of exciting. Two teams, playing their best football and better football than anyone else in the NFL, will meet on the biggest stage in Dallas.
The Green Bay Packers are headed to their first Super Bowl since the 1997-98 season, and GM Ted Thompson has built a roster that is set up to succeed for years to come.
The Green Bay Packers head to Soldier Field this Sunday to take on The Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game, which will decide who will represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas. Kevin provides his not-so-surprising prediction.
Powered by a razor sharp Aaron Rodgers and an opportunistic defense, the Green Bay Packers are heading to the NFC Championship after a 48-21 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.