We are hours away from discovering whether or not Mike Mussina and Curt Schilling are members of baseball’s most honored fraternity, members of the Hall of Fame. And while early ballots show that neither one is destined for Cooperstown, at least not this year, we here at GameDaySportsBlog.com want to
Every weekend leading up to the Major League’s Opening Day GameDaySportsBlog.com will be taking a look at each division and more specifically the 3 people that will be deciding the division race. And with the National League completely finished after last week’s look at the NL East, we turn our
Zach Greinke’s consistent dominance has kept him near the front of the pack for this award all season. Max Scherzer was the most dominant pitcher the first month of the season, but as the season kept going him and the rest of the Nationals fell off. Jake Arrieta came
Welcome to the 1st edition of “OR”, a section that will have pieces arguing the compared greatness of 2 of the best in sports. Whether its teams, players, or coaches, this section is all about who’s better. The 1st article?
Bob Gibson OR Pedro Martinez?
Bob Gibson is arguably the most
No. Contrary to popular belief, 300 game winners are far from extinct.
People overreact to the fact that no pitcher has hit the vaunted 300 win mark since Randy Johnson beat the Nationals in 2009. Probably because only two years prior Tom Glavine won his 300th game. Three years before that,