A quarter of the way through the 2012 MLB season, divisional races are starting to take shape. Meanwhile, several players are turning in incredible statistical years. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:
While the NBA’s Eastern Conference semifinals got underway this weekend, the NBA’s Western Conference semifinals had to wait for two series to each get through a seventh game before the next round of the NBA playoffs were set. Here’s a preview of the Western Conference semifinals:
After the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics each won Thursday night to close out their first round NBA playoff series, the next round of the NBA playoffs is set to begin this weekend. Meanwhile, two Western Conference first-round series (Clippers-Grizzlies and Lakers-Nuggets) have yet to be decided. Here’s a preview of the NBA’s Eastern Conference semifinals:
Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton hit four home runs in his team’s 10-3 win against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards on Tuesday night. Hamilton became the 16th player in Major League Baseball history to accomplish the feat and the first since Carlos Delgado of the Toronto Blue Jays on Sept. 25, 2003.
Baseball fans and sportswriters often cast the national pastime in a romantic light that celebrates the emotional connection people have to the game, its heroes and its teams, rather than the competition on the field.
Incredible individual performances marked the past week of play in Major League Baseball, with Albert Pujols finally going deep for the Los Angeles Angels and Bryce Harper continuing to make a name for himself in Washington. Here’s what’s happening this week in MLB.
Willie Mays Aikens was a power-hitting first baseman for the Kansas City Royals in the early 1980s, when home runs were not easy to come by and the Royals were among the best franchises in baseball. In the new book, ‘Safe at Home,’ biographer Greg Jordan helped Aikens tell his story, which includes an admission that he used cocaine during the 1980 World Series.
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