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  1. AL East shaping up as race for the ages

    David Schoenfield

    The most exciting day in recent baseball history took place on the final day of the 2011 season, when Dan Johnson hit his miracle home run as the Tampa Bay Rays rallied from a 7-0 deficit to beat the New York Yankees in 12 innings, and Evan Longoria ...

    Blog | June 23, 2013
  2. Poll results: National League predictions

    David Schoenfield

    In my previous post, I ran down the American League poll results from the offseason report cards. Here are the National League results. As in the AL, fans are optimistic cross the board. For those who argue baseball lacks parity, tell that to base...

    Blog | March 25, 2013
  3. Report cards: The final grades and rankings

    David Schoenfield

    OK, now that I've finished all 30 offseason report cards, we can essentially use my final grades to give us Power Rankings (you can get all the report cards at the bottom of this page). Washington Nationals: A Atlanta Braves: A- Cincinnati Reds:...

    Blog | February 21, 2013
  4. Joe Saunders pitches Orioles past Rangers

    David Schoenfield

    The Atlanta Braves playing a wild-card game where they committed three throwing errors, got burned on a controversial umpire's call, and saw their fans delay the game after littering the field with debris? Sure, I can envision all that happening. ...

    Blog | October 06, 2012
  5. Roster analysis: Cardinals-Braves

    David Schoenfield

    One of the most intriguing aspects of the new playoff format is the wild-card game presents a unique way to manipulate your roster. Tiebreaker games like we've seen in the past were considered regular-season games, so managers had their entire roster...

    Blog | October 05, 2012
  6. Who starts tiebreaker/wild-card games?

    David Schoenfield

    Buster Olney made an important point in his Insider blog today: Rosters for the wild-card game can be changed for the Division Series: The participating teams will set 25-man rosters for this one-game, winner-take-all extravaganza -- rosters th...

    Blog | September 18, 2012
  7. Story complete: Cards rise, Braves fall

    David Schoenfield

    It was a sickening way for the Atlanta Braves' season to die, with Hunter Pence's cracked-bat blooper that didn't even escape the infield but forlornly fell in no-man's land between first baseman Freddie Freeman and second baseman Dan Uggla. There...

    Blog | September 29, 2011