Posts From Carter LaCorte

New York Islanders Season Preview

In their final season at Nassau Coliseum, well, the second final season at the Coliseum, the Islanders went a game further than they did against the year prior. Unfortunately, it was just from game six of the third round to game seven of the same round against the same team, the Lightning.

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MLB Home-Stretch: Exploring The Wild Playoff Races

The 2021 MLB season is set to end on October 3, and there is still much to be decided in the league’s playoff races.

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Sunday Shenanigans 24: They Read His Baseball Diary!

Nowadays, strategy cards are commonplace for every player on a field in Major League Baseball. Fielders have them to show where they must shift for specific players. However, no players have more important cards than the pitchers and catchers, which show their set of signs, as well as how to pitch to batters.

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Exploring MLB’s Epic Playoff Race: 2.5 Weeks To Go

With how fragile teams can be in September, the playoff race changes every day. Every single team gets involved, even the bad ones. The message for the contenders is simple: beat up on the bad teams. Look at the AL East, where the Orioles will decide who makes it and who does not.

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Sunday Shenanigans 23: You Mean They Aren’t Good?

The Chicago Cubs have had a very painful season. On Thursday against the Philadelphia Phillies, the Cubs somehow found a way to hit rock bottom.

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Exploring MLB’s Epic Playoff Race: 4 Weeks To Go

We are in the home stretch of the home stretch. While many divisions have been sorted out, the Wild Cards have not been.

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Sunday Shenanigans 22: You Missed the Easiest Tag Possible!

New York Yankees baseball has not been at its best in the last week. They lost a series to the last-place Orioles, then had a chance to put away the Blue Jays’ season by winning a four-game set against them in New York.

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Colorado Rockies All-Time 26-Man Roster

Throughout their history, the Rockies have always had a stigma. Great hitters, terrible pitchers. Everyone is a product of the altitude of Coors Field. Looking at their all-time team, yeah, the pitchers may not be strong.

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Sunday Shenanigans 21: The Week of the Mets

We recently saw the week of the Arizona Diamondbacks play out. It was not that special of a week, just a really bad team winning against some good teams. The New York Mets must have seen the week of Arizona and thought, “we can do better.” And boy, did they.

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Appreciating the Pirates: A Deep-Dive Into Their Few Bright Spots

Buckle up Pittsburgh Pirates fans, we will be talking about your team, but in a good way. Last time on the deep-dive series, your former closer Richard Rodriguez was exposed for the weird pitcher that he is.

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