Tag Archives: Major League Baseball

MLB Quarterly Report

By Sam Bennett We’re about a quarter through this year’s MLB season, so let’s take a look back at some of this year’s biggest storylines so far. Sho-Time in LA Possibly the most exciting man in LA sports since Kobe and Shaq of the Showtime Lakers, Shohei Ohtani has taken the baseball world by storm

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Is Fernando Tatiś Jr. The Savior Of Baseball?

By Frank Long Baseball has been one of America’s favorite sports for more than a century and a half. The 1920s to the 1990s were  seen as the golden ages of baseball. People all over America would put their caps on, head to the stadium, grab a hot dog, sit down and enjoy entertainment at

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The Death of Baseball

By Sam Bennett It’s no secret to any sports fan in America, especially baseball fans, that America’s national pastime is slowly dying. Over the past decade, average attendance at games has decreased by over 4,000 people. Viewership of the world series has been on a steady, incremental decline over the same period. The average age

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