Mavs columnist Mike Fisher and former Major League pitcher (and Mavs fanatic) Mike Bacsik take you inside the Mavericks and the NBA and the rest of the sports world with a Dallas-based perspective. Bacsik and Fish For Lunch, the audio version of DallasBasketball.com ... .
November 3, 2010
Stephen Drew, Miguel Montero, Chris Young, Edgar and Enrique Gonzalez, Tony Pena, Doug Slaten...all players who spent time in Triple-A Tucson, but ended the season in Phoenix. Another eight players splite time between the bigs and Tucson. Who were the Player's of the Year in Tucson? As usual, Keith and James disagree.
September 22, 2006
December 7, 2004
As recently as 2000, the Mets won 94 games on the strength of their pitching staff. Since then, mismanagement has eroded all aspects of the Mets game. The biggest weakness of the 95-game losing 2003 Mets was the offense, however the team was below average in the area of run prevention as well. Some of this can be traced to below average fielding. Some can be traced to the fact that the Mets featured the worst fifth starter in the league.
November 4, 2003
The Mariners showed no ill-effects from their loss Friday or the rained out game Saturday, and blasted the Mets in both games in Sunday's double-header. The two wins improved their record to 41-19, and capped an 11-1 road trip. Coupled by a Philadelphia sweep of Oakland Sunday, Seattle now holds an eight-game lead in the American League West.
June 8, 2003
The weather was so bad in New York that the game was called two hours before the scheduled first pitch. In the double-header scheduled for Sunday, Seattle will send Freddy Garcia to the mound in game one and Jamie Moyer out there in the night-cap.
June 7, 2003