Your browser does not support iframes. As good as this MLB postseason has been once was, sometimes you just want things to speed up. You want to skip the foreplay and go right ahead to the cigarette or, in this case, skip the possible Tigers wins in Games 4 or 5 and go right to […]Read more "Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants… For Not Delaying The Inevitable"
We won’t try and sugar coat this or make it sound more attractive than it really is. 5 Bold Predictions? Over/Under? No thanks. Here are 5 Will They/Won’t They Calls for Tonight’s Game 3 from Detroit’s Comerica Park.(*San Francisco leads the series, 2-0) —————————— 1. Buster Posey hits a home run His rather average postseason […]Read more "2012 World Series: 5 Things to Expect for Game 3"
Nobody should rip you for being wrong with a prediction. (That’s why they’re called “predictions”.) But, to so callously and immediately write-off a champion from a League that has had two straight surprise World Series winners? Why, that’s just stupid, son. The scary thing is not that the Giants weren’t favoured coming into this year’s Fall Classic. It’s […]Read more "Save Me, San Francisco: The Worst World Series Predictions That Have Been Proven Undeniably Wrong, So Far"
*The following is a list of all “articles” from White Cover Magazine about and around the 2012 World Series and the MLB Postseason. ————————————————– “Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants… For Not Delaying the Inevitable” (October 28, 2012) “2012 World Series: 5 Things To Expect For Game 3” (October 27, 2012) “Save Me, San Francisco: The […]Read more "White Cover Magazine: 2012 World Series"
San Francisco? St. Louis? The more you talk about either team, the deeper they both seem. All the hoopla and jam has been about the Detroit Tigers and the flaccid penises bats of the New York Yankees, but the National League is giving us a hell of a ride, starring the last two World Series champions. […]Read more "The Mustard Seeds: The National League Will Win the 2012 World Series"
Your browser does not support iframes. We have to talk about baseball this morning — Monday morning. As is expected — and, perhaps, rightfully so — the New York Yankees take up a lot of ink and a lot of air time. And, as their last opponents, the Detroit Tigers do, too. Oh, the mighty […]Read more "Will the National League Win Another World Series?"
Congratulations, Washington. Not only do you have a playoff team, but you have your first playoff team in 79 years. Not only are you Nationals for real, but your Capitals are once again potent and your Wizards… well, okay, you have the Nationals! Just don’t get ahead of yourself here. Everyone’s worried about your chances […]Read more "Game 3: Playoff Baseball Returns to Washington, But There Be Dragons…"
It’s inexplicable. Forget all that Moneyball rhetoric. Sure, the Oakland A’s do things differently than most teams. Sure, Aaron Sorkin wrote a good script. Sure, Brad Pitt has some nice hair. But, really, this is bigger than a Michael Lewis book. It’s bigger than some watercooler-wide notion of why it’s special.On Wednesday, the Athletics re-entered the playoff […]Read more "Can the Oakland Athletics Win the World Series?"