Why The Cubs Need To Be A Seller on July 30th!

Why The Cubs Need To Be A Seller on July 30th!

After throwing a combined no-hitter against the Dodgers, nothing has gone right for the Chicago Cubs. They’ve lost 11 games in a row and five of those games have been by one run. While the NL Central can still be won, General Manager, Jed Hoyer, and the Ricketts family must be honest about the future. […]

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 2020 NL Wild Card Preview: Who Has the Edge?

2020 NL Wild Card Preview: Who Has the Edge?

Mark the date. September 30th, 2020. September 30th will feature eight (EIGHT!!!) playoff games. Game 2s of an exciting AL Wild Card and the opening games of the 2020 NL Wild Card will occur over the span of about 12 hours. As a baseball fan, this will be the most exciting day of baseball I […]

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 Cincinnati Reds 2020 Preview

Cincinnati Reds 2020 Preview

With MLB Opening Day only 24 days away and spring training games steadily underway, baseball season is right around the corner. Over the next month, we will preview all 30 MLB teams for the 2020 season leading up to Opening Day on March 26th. Next up, the Cincinnati Reds 2020 preview. Check out the preview […]

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 MLB Offseason to-do list: NL Central

MLB Offseason to-do list: NL Central

As the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in Game 7 of the World Series to win the first World Series in team history, the other 28 teams were focused on the upcoming free agency period. Each team has an offseason to-do list and players that they are interested in bringing in to join their […]

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 May 21st 2019 in Sports: Slone’s Thoughts

May 21st 2019 in Sports: Slone’s Thoughts

Welcome to Slone’s Thoughts. Did you ever watch “The Office”? Ever heard of Creed’s Thoughts? Well, this is that. But with sports. I know I said I’d be back May 20th, but shit happens. Get over it. (But really, I’m sorry) Goodbye, KD. Gone like a freight train, gone like yesterday. Gone like a soldier […]

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 The Reds Have Given Me Life

The Reds Have Given Me Life

Going into the 8th, the Reds trailed 5-3 to divisional rival Chicago Cubs. It appeared that all hope had been lost, we were about to lose another series, and the final nail in the coffin was about to be banged into the end of our season. And then Eugenio happened. The best third baseman in […]

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