Monthly Archives: July 2013

Pujols’ injury epitomizes Angels’ struggles

Written by Sean Meyers Albert Pujols was placed on the disabled list with a partially torn plantar fascia yesterday, possibly ending his season. For the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, this injury could be the proverbial nail in the coffin … Continue reading

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Phil Takes His Place In History At British Open

Written by Sean Meyers Just five weeks after a crushing disappointment at the US Open, Phil Mickelson captured one of the most improbable victories of his career at the British Open. The win marks the fifth major for Mickelson, cementing … Continue reading

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Raise the Jolly Roger or Walk the Plank? Pirates Midseason Analysis

So, here we are again. For the third year in a row at the All-Star break, the Pirates are in contention for a spot in the postseason. Do the Buccos have what it takes to hold on the rest of … Continue reading

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Highlighting the Future of the Pirates

Sean Meyers discusses the Pirates minor-league system with former contributor to the blog McEffect, Zack Chakan. They highlight some of the top prospects, as well as players Pittsburgh could potentially deal in trades.

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Please End This Dwightmare

Written by Sean Meyers A nightmare is defined as an unpleasant dream that can cause a strong emotional response from the mind, typically fear or horror. Nightmares usually only last a few minutes in actuality, even though they may seem … Continue reading

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