It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This

Well, as much as I thought I would be busy this upcoming year, I have realized that I have a lot more time on my hands than I thought I would.  I had planned on not being able to write on this blog for a while, since I would be doing track this year.  Since I have the extra time, I figured I’d get back to blogging on the MLBlogosphere.  And I mean c’mon.  Can you blame me.  I couldn’t stay away from this too long.  And what a perfect time to come back, right as the playoff races are coming to a conclusionn.  There is still no winner in the AL Central and NL West, the Yankees are dominating and the Red Sox got lucky to even get into the playoffs as the wild card, considering they haven’t been able to win consistently recently.  Well, I’m back and… HERE WE GO!

To start off, the Tigers’- Twins series last week was phenominal.  Every morning before school I would make sure I got to the t.v. and see the score of the game.  It was a great series.  Orlando Cabrera came up big in one game.  Another, the Tigers’ pitchihng was dominating.  The Twins had no answer.  It was a great series.

The Yankees have been 100% untouchable over the past few weeks.  Now, by untouchable, I don’t mean they haven’t been able to lose, because they have, but when they did, it hasn’t really struck anybody as a tough blow, the Yankees haven’t lost that much recently but when they did, it didn’t hurt.  They have been on that kind of roll.

The Red Sox… well, I guess I can say they deserve to be in the playoffs over the Rangers who have all but fallen off the edge of the earth this past month.  The Red Sox haven’t done all that much better.  They clinched on a night when both them and the Rangers lost.  They have been about as inconsistent of late than any other losing team.  They won’t make it very far into the playoffs.  If history runs its course, they will beat the Angels, but they won’t get past the Yankees in the ALCS if they even get that far.

The playoff race in the NL West has gotten a little slow lately but that is comparing it to the way it was when the Rockies were unbeatable. They have lost a few key games over the past few weeks but the race is still close.  Neither the Dodgers or the Rox have clinched and it will most certainly go down to the wire.  One thing that is definite… the Giants made a run but their pitching couldn’t carry them all the way.  They need to hit too.  All I have to say to the Rockies is this… if you’re gonna go out there and lose, you better watch out for the Braves who could easily sweep out of no where and take the wild card.

That’s all for now and I feel great.  Until next time…

Go Yanks!

Go Braves!

-Dillon

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7 comments

  1. devilabrit

    Preconcieved notion of the Dodgers to win at home so they could embelish the celebrations…a big risk if it’s true, but I think they’ll take the division and the maybe the Twins sneak in a take the AL Central…
    ~peter
    Outside the Phillies Looking In
    http://devilabrit.mlblogs.com

  2. behindblueyes

    “All I have to say to the Rockies is this… if you’re gonna go out there and lose, you better watch out for the Braves who could easily sweep out of no where and take the wild card.”

    The Rox have already clinched! Now if my Dodgers can just take care of business like they have against the Rockies all season long, I’ll breathe easier (and sleep easier)!

    http://behindblueyes.mlblogs.com

  3. King_of_New_York

    With the tight A.L. Central, the Yankees are the team that wins. The Twins barely have any pitching in the first place, and the Tigers would burn through theirs. The Rockies are really fighting for the N.L. West, and the homefield advantage race in the N.L. is very confusing to figure out.
    http://bronx-awesome.mlblogs.com/

  4. southernbelle

    Dillon: Nice post. You are right. Even when the Yanks do lose, it doesn’t matter. I just upset about what the Rays did to Tex. I don’t care much about that loss, it sucked, but I’m pissed at the Rays. Who do they think they are?
    -Virginia
    http://southernbelle.mlblogs.com

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