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Monday Edition

Here are four Monday topics for you to start the week

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Controversial finish at the Kentucky Derby this weekend. Photo by NBC

First Quarter: NBA Playoffs Second Round

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Critical game fours in Boston and Houston tonight
3. GM4 (MIL 2-1): Bucks @ Celtics, 6 pm/TNT
4. GM4 (GSW 2-1): Warriors @ Rockets, 8:30 pm/TNT

Second Quarter: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Second Round

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Can Columbus and Colorado avoid elimination in game six tonight?
3. GM6 (BOS 3-2): Bruins @ Blue Jackets, 6 pmNBCSN
4. GM6 (SJS 3-2): Sharks @ Avalanche, 9 pm/NBCSN

Third Quarter: MLB

1. MLB scoreboard
2. 12 games today
3. Best series this week?
4. ESPN Monday Night Baseball: Phillies @ Cardinals, 7 pm

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. Maximum Security will not run in the Preakness but will protest
2. Bees! Bees at Great American Ballpark today
3. Pablo Sandoval have a day!
4. Boogie vows to return this season?

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2019 Posts: 91

Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links

Pro tip, wear your previous World Series ring on the day you sign with your new team.

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scoreboard
2) CBSsports NBA power rankings for 11/25
3) NHL scoreboard
4) All-Star Game voting now active

Second Quarter: College Football

1) Forde Yard Dash: Gauging rivalry week 2014
2) Rivalry week preview
3) Holly Anderson’s 2014 Pigskin Pantheon: Week 13
4) Matt Hinton puts a bow on week 13: UCLA comes full circle

Third Quarter: NFL

1) The Bills will play in Buffalo this weekend
2) Rex still confident
3) This is how the NFC East considered beating Chip
4) NFL playoff picture

Fourth Quarter: Links

1) Time to right the wrongs of the HOF says Tom Verducci
2) MLS scoreboard
3) Tuesday Media Circus: How ESPN got the Iron Bowl
4) Hot Stove tracker

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2014 Posts: 223

2012 MLB Postseason Results: Post World Series

After each round of the Major League Baseball playoffs I’ll update the results

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The San Francisco Giants won their 7th World Series title after sweeping the Detroit Tigers. Photo by Rebecca Cook/Reuters

Wildcard Friday – 10/05/12

National League: St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ Atlanta Braves 3 – Turner Field
American League: Baltimore Orioles 5 @ Texas Rangers 1 – Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

Divisional Series –

American League

Baltimore Orioles v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 7): New York Yankees 7 @ Baltimore Orioles 2 (NYY 1-0) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 2 (October 8): New York Yankees 2 @ Baltimore Orioles 3 (Series Tied 1-1) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 3 (October 10): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 3 F/12 (NYY 2-1) – Yankee Stadium
Game 4 (October 11): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 1 F/13 (Series Tied 2-2) – Yankee Stadium
Game 5 (October 12): Balrimore Orioles 3 @ New York Yankees 1 (New York Wins Series 3-2) – Yankee Stadium

Detroit Tigers v. Oakland Athletics
Game 1 (October 6): Oakland Athletics 1 @ Detroit Tigers 3 (DET 1-0) – Comerica Park
Game 2 (October 7): Oakland Athletics 4 @ Detroit Tigers 5 (DET 2-0) – Comerica Park
Game 3 (October 9): Detroit Tigers 0 @ Oakland Athletics 2 (DET 2-1) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 4 (October 10): Detroit Tigers 3 @ Oakland Athletics 4 (Series Tied 2-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 5 (October 11): Detroit Tigers 6 @ Oakland Athletics 0 (Detroit Wins Series 3-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. Washington Nationals
Game 1 (October 7): Washington Nationals 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 2 (WSH 1-0) – Busch Stadium
Game 2 (October 8): Washington Nationals 4 @ St. Louis Cardinals 12 (Series Tied 1-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 3 (October 10): St. Louis Cardinals 8 @ Washington Nationals 0 (STL 2-1) – Nationals Park
Game 4 (October 11): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ Washington Nationals 2 (Series Tied 2-2 – Nationals Park
Game 5 (October 12): St. Louis Cardinals 9 @ Washington Nationals 7 (St. Louis Wins Series 3-2) – Nationals Park

San Francisco Giants v. Cincinnati Reds
Game 1 (October 6): Cincinnati Reds 5 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (CIN 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 7): Cincinnati Reds 9 @ San Francisco Giants 0 (CIN 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 9): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Cincinnati Reds 1 F/10 (CIN 2-1) – Great American Ballpark
Game 4 (October 10): San Francisco Giants 8 @ Cincinnati Reds 3 (Series Tied 2-2) – Great American Ballpark
Game 5 (October 11): San Francisco Giants 6@ Cincinnati Reds 4 (San Francisco Wins Series 3-2) – Great American Ballpark

League Championship Series –

American League

Detroit Tigers v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 13): Detroit Tigers 6 @ New York Yankees 4 F/12 (DET 1-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 2 (October 14): Detroit Tigers 3 @ New York Yankees 0 (DET 2-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 3 (October 16): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 2 (DET 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 17): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 8 (Detroit Wins Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 14): St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ San Francisco Giants 4 (STL 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 15): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 7 (Series Tied 1-1) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 17): San Francisco Giants 1 @ St. Louis Cardinals 3 (STL 2-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 4 (October 18): San Francisco Giants 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 8 (STL 3-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 5 (October 19): San Francisco Giants 5 @ St. Louis Cardinals 0 (STL 3-2) – Busch Stadium
Game 6 (October 21): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 5 (Series Tied 3-3) – AT&T Park
Game 7 (October 22): St. Louis Cardinals 0 @ San Francisco Giants 9 (San Francisco Wins Series 4-3) – AT&T Park

World Series –

Detroit Tigers v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 24): Detroit Tigers 3 @ San Francisco Giants 8 (SF 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 25): Detroit Tigers 0 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (SF 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 27): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Detroit Tigers 0 (SF 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 28): San Francisco Giants 4 @ Detroit Tigers 3 F/10 (San Francisco Giants Wins World Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

San Francisco Giants win seventh World Series title in franchise history (1905, ’21, ’22, ’33, ’54, 2010, ’12)
Second World Series title in three seasons for San Francisco (won in 2010)
World Series MVP: Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants

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Thursday w/ 4Quarters

Almost done with the week here are four Thursday topics for you to enjoy

Pablo Sandoval hit 3-HR’s Wednesday night to help power San Francisco to a 8-3 game one win over Detroit. Photo by AP

First Quarter: MLB 2012 World Series

1) MLB Scoreboard
2) Pablo Sandoval joined Albert Pujols (2011), Reggie Jackson (1977) and Babe Ruth (1926) to hit three home runs in a World Series game
3) World Series Game 1: Detroit Tigers 3 (LP: J. Verlander) @ San Franciscisco Giants 8 (WP: B. Zito), SF 1-0
4) World Series Game 2 (SF 1-0): Detroit Tigers/D. Fister @ San Francisco Giants/M. Bumgarner, 7 pm/FOX

Second Quarter: College Football

1) 18 Clemson Tigers (6-1, 3-1 ACC) @ Wake Forest Demon Deacons (4-3, 2-3 ACC), 6:30 pm/ESPN
2) What game are you most looking forward to this weekend?
3) 4Q FCS Game of the Week: Delaware Blue Hens (5-2, 2-2 CAA) @ Old Dominion Monarchs (6-1, 3-1 CAA)
4) ACC Game I Won’t Mention Friday: Maryland Terrapins (4-3, 2-1 ACC) @ Boston College Eagles (1-6, 0-4 ACC)

Third Quarter: NFL

1) Thursday Night Football: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-4) @ Minnesota Vikings (5-2), 7:20 pm/NFL Network
2) Can the Falcons remain unbeaten?
3) NFL Game that won’t make tomorrow’s cut: Oakland Raiders (2-4) @ Kansas City Chiefs (1-5)
4) 5th Best Game that will just miss the cut: Indianapolis Colts (3-3) @ Tennessee Titans (3-4)

Fourth Quarter: Thursday Links

1) Joe Posnanski on the art of broadcasting with Bob Costas
2) Awesome story from Amy K Nelson
3) WS Game one recap
4) The Islanders will be moving inland

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83rd MLB All-Star Game Rosters

All-Star Game rosters were announced so here they are.

Yesterday Major League Baseball announced it’s rosters for the 83rd midsummer classic which will take place June 10th at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. I’ll leave out the commentary about who should be in the game and who shouldn’t but for today here are those named to the game.

AL Starters –

Catcher: Mike Napoli (Texas Rangers)
First Base: Prince Fielder (Detroit Tigers)
Second Base: Robinson Cano (New York Yankees)
Third Base: Adrian Beltre (Texas Rangers)
Shortstop: Derek Jeter (New York Yankees)
Outfield: Josh Hamilton (Texas Rangers)
Outfield: Curtis Granderson (New York Yankees)
Outfield: Jose Batista (Toronto Blue Jays)
DH: David Ortiz (Boston Red Sox)

AL Pitchers –

Ryan Cook/RHP (Oakland Athletics), Matt Harrison/LHP (Texas Rangers), Felix Hernandez/RHP (Seattle Mariners), Jim Johnson/RHP (Baltimore Orioles), Joe Nathan/RHP (Texas Rangers), Chris Perez/RHP (Cleveland Indians), David Price/LHP (Tampa Bay Rays), Fernando Rodney/RHP (Detroit Tigers), CC Sabathia/LHP (New York Yankees), Chris Sale/LHP (Chicago White Sox), Justin Verlander/RHP (Detroit Tigers), Jered Weaver/RHP (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim),  C.J. Wilson/LHP (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim)

AL Reserves –

Catcher: Joe Mauer (Minnesota Twins), Matt Wieters (Baltimore Orioles)
First Base: Paul Konerko (Chicago White Sox)
Second Base: Ian Kinsler (Texas Rangers)
Third Base: Miguel Cabrera (Detroit Tigers)
Shortstop: Elvis Andrus (Texas Rangers), Asdrubal Cabrera (Cleveland Indians)
Outfield: Adam Jones (Baltimore Orioles), Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim), Mark Trumbo (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim)
DH: Billy Butler (Kansas City Royals), Adam Dunn (Chicago White Sox)

American League Final Vote Canidates –

Pitchers: Jonathan Broxton (Kansas City Royals), Yu Darvish (Texas Rangers), Ernesto Frieri (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim), Jason Hammel (Baltimore Orioles), Jake Peavy (Chicago White Sox)

National League Starters –

Catcher: Buster Posey (San Francisco Giants)
First Base: Joey Votto (Cincinnati Reds)
Second Base: Dan Uggla (Atlanta Braves)
Third Base: Pablo Sandoval (San Francisco Giants)
Shortstop: Rafael Furcal (St. Louis Cardinals)
Outfield: Melky Cabrera (San Francisco Giants)
Outfield: Carlos Beltran (St. Louis Cardinals)
Outfield: Matt Kemp (Los Angeles Dodgers)

National League Pitchers –

Matt Cain/RHP (San Francisco Giants), Aroldis Chapman/LHP (Cincinnati Reds), R.A. Dickey/RHP (New York Mets), Gio Gonzalez/LHP (Washington Nationals), Cole Hamels/LHP (Philadelphia Phillies), Joel Hanrahan/RHP (Pittsburgh Pirates), Clayton Kershaw/LHP (Los Angeles Dodgers), Craig Kimbrel/RHP (Atlanta Braves), Lance Lynn/RHP (St. Louis Cardinals, Wade Miley/LHP (Arizona Diamondbacks), Jonathan Papelbon/RHP (Philadelphia Phillies), Stephen Strasburg/RHP (Washington Nationals), Huston Street/RHP (San Diego Padres)

National League Reserves –

Catcher: Yadier Molina (St. Louis Cardinals), Carlos Ruiz (Philadelphia Phillies)
First Base: Bryan LaHair (Chicago Cubs)
Second Base: Jose Altuve (Houston Astros)
Third Base: David Wright (New York Mets)
Shortstop: Starlin Castro (Chicago Cubs), Ian Desmond (Washington Nationals)
Outfield: Ryan Braun (Milwaukee Brewers), Jay Bruce (Cincinnati Reds), Carlos Gonzalez (Colorado Rockies), Andrew McCutchen (Pittsburgh Pirates), Giancarlo Stanton (Miami Marlins)

National League Final Vote Canidates –

Second Base: Aaron Hill (Arizona Diamondbacks)
Third Base: David Freese (St. Louis Cardinals), Chipper Jones (Atlanta Braves)
Outfield: Michael Bourn (Atlanta Braves), Bryce Harper (Washington Nationals)

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