Dave Dombrowski: A Victim To His Own Process

The Boston Red Sox were a well-oiled machine last season. They won 108 games and pummeled their way to win their fourth World Series title in the last 15 years.  The mechanic that made the machine run effectively over the past few seasons? Dave Dombrowski.  No more, though.  After the Red Sox 10-5 loss to … Continue reading Dave Dombrowski: A Victim To His Own Process

The Oakland Athletics: A Dark Horse World Series Contender

(Photo by Jason Watson/Getty Images) Let’s do a quick exercise.  When you think of the Oakland Athletics, what do you automatically think of?  A common answer could be the 2011 film Moneyball, which starred Brad Pitt as Athletics general manager Billy Beane. “He gets on base” is perhaps one of the most simplistic, yet significant lines … Continue reading The Oakland Athletics: A Dark Horse World Series Contender

Only Another World Series Appearance Can Slow Down the Dodgers in the Latest MLB Edition of the Rich 10

1. Los Angeles Dodgers(41-19) Winners of 11 of their last 13 games, the Dodgers cannot be stopped at the moment. Hyun-Jin Ryu is having a Cy Young season with a 1.48 ERA and an 8-1 record. Kenley Jansen seems to have stabilized his early pitching woes and the Dodgers are all hitting 1-8 in the … Continue reading Only Another World Series Appearance Can Slow Down the Dodgers in the Latest MLB Edition of the Rich 10