Everyone likes to say once you get to the top, the only way is back down. It works that way in all areas, even sports where some hit that plateau and feel the pressure is too great and plummet back down to earth.
After a very unentertaining, in fact horrid, World Series the 2015 Major League Baseball season is finally over. Game five from Citi Field in New York saw the Mets try to extend the Fall Classic to a game six.
The Kansas City Royals are one game away from winning the 2015 World Series following Saturday night's game four from New York. The Mets, who lead game four for almost the entire game
The New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals met in game three of the 2015 World Series on Friday night. In the first game of what will be a set from Citi Field, the Mets entered play much in need of a home-field victory.
The 2015 World Series continued on Wednesday night with game two from the Kansas City Royals. On a night that was supposed to belong to Jacob deGrom, the starter for the New York Mets
When the Kansas City Royals entered the 2015 World Series following what could be called, at best, a series of umpiring mistakes in game six of the ALCS you couldn't really blame them.
Game One of the 2015 World Series finally ended as the Kansas City Royals defeated the New York Mets in 14 innings. Bartolo Colon pitched the 12th, 13th, and 14th for the Mets and he got into at least a little bit of trouble in each inning
Lenny Dykstra, a former Major League Baseball all-star, admitted in an interview on Monday that he blackmailed umpires in order to get a smaller strike zone. The story was broke in an interview by Colin Cowherd, host of Fox Sports show "The Herd."