By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus Somewhere in California, the executives at FOX Sports are doing a very bad version of the Cabbage Patch dance. However, I think they really won’t care. Two of MLB’s blue blood franchises — the Dodgers and Red Sox — will meet in this year’s World Series. Dave Roberts […]Read more "L.A. vs. Boston: The “Jackie” Series"
By Gary Norris Gray, BASN-Newsroom-Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA.-Major League Baseball will suspend Houston Astro first baseman Yuli Gurriel five games in the 2018 season for his racial gesture in the World Series game three, but there is more to this story. Major League Baseball took a stand against racism once again on the weekend […]Read more "YULI SHOULD KNOW"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN — Last year at this time, we were all talking about curses. The Cubs and Indians staged a thrilling, seven-game World Series that saw Chicago win their first world championship in over 100 years. It also sent Cleveland fans back into baseball hell while still waiting […]Read more "World Series Preview: Astros vs. Dodgers"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN — During this time of the year, the phrase “playoff demons” gets used a lot. Last year this time, the Cubs were looking to end their World Series drought of over 100 years. They were able to crush their “playoff demons” in a seven-game World Series […]Read more "MLB Playoffs: NLCS Matchups"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN — Now that the Wild Card stuff is outta the way, it’s time to move ahead in baseball’s annual postseason party. Buckle your seatbelts for the Division Series. Yesterday, we previewed the American League contestants. Today, we’ll focus on the American League matchups. CUBS vs. NATIONALS Season […]Read more "MLB Playoffs: NLDS Matchups"
Baseball’s Glass Ceiling By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter BASN OAKLAND, CA (BASN?BASN NEWSROOM) The Glass Ceiling continues to cloud this sport. Professional baseball is striking out with females and their current hiring practices in upper management. Kim Ng (say her last name as ‘ang’) might change the playing field […]Read more "THE KIM NG FACTOR"