• Do you agree that St. Louis has the best baseball fans ever period, no questions asked?

    Best answer: I just checked four different sites that conducted polls on the best baseball fans/towns in America and St. Louis was ranked #1 in three of them. They placed 3rd, behind Los Angeles and San Francisco, in the other so that poll was obviously conducted by someone on the Left Coast. I'm a Cubs fans but I will,... show more
    Best answer: I just checked four different sites that conducted polls on the best baseball fans/towns in America and St. Louis was ranked #1 in three of them. They placed 3rd, behind Los Angeles and San Francisco, in the other so that poll was obviously conducted by someone on the Left Coast.
    I'm a Cubs fans but I will, grudgingly, admit that Cardinals fans are knowledgeable and classy. They appreciate good baseball whether it's by their hometown heroes or their opponents. Fans in other cities may be "enthusiastic" -- and fans in The Bronx are spastic -- but Cards fans are the real deal.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should the Mets change their owners?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think relievers should jog in, or get a ride?

    Best answer: Up to them. However, I'd like to see more of them try getting a ride a few times before making up their mind. The few I have seen catch a ride this season seem to like it.
    Best answer: Up to them. However, I'd like to see more of them try getting a ride a few times before making up their mind. The few I have seen catch a ride this season seem to like it.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Baseball question?

    Game tied in bottom of ninth with no outs, and runners on 1st and 3rd. Batter hits a slow roller (too slow for a double play), to 2nd baseman. Runner on first intentionally interferes with 2nd baseman, and runner on 3rd scores. What is the outcome?
    Game tied in bottom of ninth with no outs, and runners on 1st and 3rd. Batter hits a slow roller (too slow for a double play), to 2nd baseman. Runner on first intentionally interferes with 2nd baseman, and runner on 3rd scores. What is the outcome?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would Montreal get another MLB team ?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are the Red Sox that good or are the Yankees that bad?

    Best answer: The Skanks are without Erin Judge. Before that injury they were on pace to win 100 games this season, as were the Sox.

    This is the best Red Sox team ever. Yes they're that good.
    Best answer: The Skanks are without Erin Judge. Before that injury they were on pace to win 100 games this season, as were the Sox.

    This is the best Red Sox team ever. Yes they're that good.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think the Mariners players are to blame for the month-long offensive slump?

    Best answer: M's haven't been very efficient at the plate all year. They're 21st in the league in OBP and 22nd in runs scored despite being 8th in overall team batting average.

    They need to get on base more otherwise they can't drive in runs.
    Best answer: M's haven't been very efficient at the plate all year. They're 21st in the league in OBP and 22nd in runs scored despite being 8th in overall team batting average.

    They need to get on base more otherwise they can't drive in runs.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will Portland ever get a MLB team ?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do struggling teams always get the bad calls?

    For example, a team is getting shut out, and in the 9th inning, they finally break through and load the bases with 2 outs, full count. The pitch is way outside, but the umpire calls a strike and the game is over!!! Another example, the pitcher is in a bit of a jam, bases loaded, but there are 2 outs, full count.... show more
    For example, a team is getting shut out, and in the 9th inning, they finally break through and load the bases with 2 outs, full count. The pitch is way outside, but the umpire calls a strike and the game is over!!! Another example, the pitcher is in a bit of a jam, bases loaded, but there are 2 outs, full count. Up by 1 run. The pitch is in the center of the strike zone but the umpire calls it a ball, walks in the run to tie the game! Confidence shaken even more, the pitcher gives up a game ending grand slam!!!
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are the extreme shifts in baseball leading to more home runs?

    Best answer: Funny, the only thing I've noticed about extreme shifts is they don't PREVENT any home runs.
    Best answer: Funny, the only thing I've noticed about extreme shifts is they don't PREVENT any home runs.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should Tampa Bay keep their Baseball team or would the team be wise to move to a city like Orlando?

    Best answer: That makes sense. Move a team that has trouble drawing fans to an area where there'll be even more competition for summer tourist dollars. MLB should move both Florida teams to regions where they'll be appreciated. The people of Miami and Tampa aren't committed to supporting major league baseball so... show more
    Best answer: That makes sense. Move a team that has trouble drawing fans to an area where there'll be even more competition for summer tourist dollars.
    MLB should move both Florida teams to regions where they'll be appreciated. The people of Miami and Tampa aren't committed to supporting major league baseball so give cities that will support them a chance.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think Babe Ruth's ability to pitch puts him over the top at the greatest baseball player of all time?

    Mays had hitting, speed, and defense. That is, of course, a great combination. I would not argue with anyone who said Mays is the greatest. By the way, this is just a friendly question. People could say Ruth or Mays and I might make some points, but, in the end, it's just a sports discussion.
    Mays had hitting, speed, and defense. That is, of course, a great combination. I would not argue with anyone who said Mays is the greatest. By the way, this is just a friendly question. People could say Ruth or Mays and I might make some points, but, in the end, it's just a sports discussion.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Did the yanks get what they needed?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are Rounders and Baseball the same game?

    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do you see Milwaukee Brewers as the 2018 MLB champs?

    i highly doubt it.
    i highly doubt it.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Albert Pujols: Career Home Run Leader?

    Best answer: At one time that was a valid speculation. But Pujols tailed off dramatically after leaving the Cardinals. He would have to average 35 home runs a year for three seasons to catch Aaron and he'd still be trailing Bonds. I don't see it happening. Interesting side note, Pujols does have one all time... show more
    Best answer: At one time that was a valid speculation. But Pujols tailed off dramatically after leaving the Cardinals. He would have to average 35 home runs a year for three seasons to catch Aaron and he'd still be trailing Bonds. I don't see it happening.

    Interesting side note, Pujols does have one all time career record and is certain to add to it. He's grounded into more double plays than anyone else in the history of baseball.
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Who is going to the World Series?

    Best answer: new york yankees..of course,,, they made the best trades
    Best answer: new york yankees..of course,,, they made the best trades
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago