If the question was how the Cincinnati Reds would handle the bright lights of the postseason, now we have the answer.
The lights along the third-base upper deck may have won Game 2 of this National League division series for the Phillies. Cincinnati outfielder Jay Bruce turned a routine fly out into two Phillies runs by closing his glove about a foot from the baseball.
"It was a routine popup," Bruce said. "It went into the lights and it never came out until I saw it hit the...
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I don’t care what Philadelphia Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. says — I’ll believe his team is a seller when I see it.
But know this:
According to major league sources, at least one club — the... more »
Now we’re talking. Now the Washington Nationals have a rival. A real rival, not an interleague, MLB-arranged, bi-annual blind date with the Baltimore Orioles, which despite their proximity was actually more of a long-distance ... more »
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