Monthly Archives: October 2014
Top 10 Things We’ll remember about the 2014 World Series:
Top 10 Things We’ll remember about the 2014 World Series: #10 – Marlins Man still sitting behind home plate in fluorescent orange. #9 – A sold-out and unbelievably active Kauffman Stadium. #8 – The first “on the field” over-turned … Continue Reading
World Series Update – Advantage Nobody!
The San Francisco Giants took game 1 of the World Series scoring plenty of runs in the first to put Madison Bumgarner on cruise control. “It’s over” cried the media, the Giants have a lock. The Kansas City Royals took … Continue Reading
CheapSeatsTickets October Blowout Blows Out the Competition
CheapSeatsTickets.com prides itself on having some of the lowest prices on the internet. You won’t see flashy ads or high-cost content on our website and that’s because we choose to pass the savings on to our customers. Other sites spend … Continue Reading
Bud Selig – Can MLBs Most Powerful Man Control the Weather?
Bud Selig has served as the Commissioner of Major League Baseball since 1992 and during his 22 year reign, he has done a lot of things both good and bad. But we started to wonder whether the Commish has some … Continue Reading
Money Doesn’t Buy You Happiness or a World Series
The stage is set for the 2014 Division Series: The Kansas City Royals will face the Baltimore Orioles in the American League and the San Francisco Giants will take on the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League. Of the four … Continue Reading
One & Done: Why We Love the new Wild-Card Format
The only thing the 2014 wild-card games shared were a winner moving on and a loser staying home. The Royals victory over the As in extra innings was the script for an instant classic while the pitching domination of Madison … Continue Reading
AFC Upside Down
The American Football Conference is pretty predictbble when it comes to the strong teams. The New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos own the top slots in their respective divisions with the Ravens and the Colts not too far behind. … Continue Reading