LA championships: ‘Can we PLEASE have a parade’

After years of loss and unfairness, the Commissioner’s Trophy is finally within reach for the Dodgers. With two outs and no one on, Julio Urias winds up, and Dodger fans across the country hold their breath. The pitch flies in at 97 miles per hour, right down the middle, and the stadium erupts into screams. The Dodgers have won their first World Series since 1988.

MLB players challenge Lancers baseball to ‘put in the work’

PCC junior college baseball players push themselves to the highest level in their sport, hoping and praying for the opportunity to play professionally. Daniel Robertson, former MLB baseball player, had sleepless nights before he became a MLB starter. At Oregon State, Robertson took a risk to make it as a walk-on. This obstacle never phased him, as he pushed to keep going. He told this story to the PCC baseball players in a zoom call. He wanted to motivate them. With hard work, anything was …

MLB The Show 20 only shows warning track power

In its last ever edition as an exclusive for the PlayStation 4 of MLB The Show, San Diego Studios Swings for the fences, but doesn’t quite hit it out of the park. MLB 20 The Show continues to provide one of the best sports gaming experiences. It didn’t have too many of the major glitches that have dogged the NFL Madden franchise in recent years. This year’s version includes some updates, but mostly builds on the solid foundation of previous editions. It just wasn’t quite …

MLB’s broken suspension policy

Major League Baseball has had its fair share of controversies over the years revolving around the use of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. While some have unknowingly taken them due to ignorant doctor prescriptions, they are all handed down a strict suspension of at least 80 games. However, two issues have taken the forefront in the news about their disproportionate rules: domestic abuse and the use of marijuana.