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Hello fellow Baseball Phanatics!

We are almost done with the first month of this 2014 baseball season, and there has already been so much excitement and controversy to talk about in these first few weeks that my partner in crime and myself decided we would create this blog to express our views and talk with anyone about the events taking place in baseball.

My name is Sean Reagan, I’m a 19 year old currently attending Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ, and along with my afore mentioned partner in crime/roommate Vincent (The Cap Crusader) Santore, we will be sharing and writing posts about our personal views of the baseball world for anyone that’s interested.

I played baseball from the time I could walk to my high school senior season, that ended with a Georgia AA State Championship for the Lovett School in Atlanta, GA. I would consider myself extremely knowledgeable about baseball rules, instinct, and history, but of course I’m only human and don’t know everything.

My favorite team is the Atlanta Braves, but I’m sure you’ll find in my posts that I will generally unbiased in terms of teams (with exception to the Evil Empire known as the New York Yankees). Rest assured that I’ll try my hardest to be fair and impartial with most topics unless I am expressing my honest opinion.

Here’s hoping for an exciting 2014 season and on behalf of Vincent and myself we are happy to have you along for the ride.

Sean Reagan (@EpicSeananigans)

Vincent Santore (@thecapcrusader)

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Carlos Ruiz Named NL Player Of The Week

Philadelphia Phillies

CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz was named National League Player of the Week on Monday.

In six games last week, Ruiz paced the Major Leagues with a .500 batting average (11-for-22) and a .593 on-base percentage.

His seven RBI ranked first in the National League while his 20 total bases were tied for the League’s top mark. Ruiz also ranked second in the League with eight runs scored and a .909 slugging percentage, and his 11 hits were tied for second.

Ruiz helped propel the Phillies to a 6-5 win in Saturday’s second game of a three-game set at Arizona, going 3-for-4 with an RBI and playing a key role in the Phillies’ four-run rally in the eighth inning. Down 5-2, Ruiz hit a run-scoring single before scoring the go-ahead run on Ben Revere’s single.

Ruiz got the week off to a hot start, going a combined…

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The Lakewood Blueclaws Cap

New Era Caps, Philadelphia Phillies

The Cap Crusader

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Recently, my roommate Sean’s younger sister Megan was honored for her academic achievement at a Lakewood Blueclaws game, and with his parents being the wonderful people they are, got me a ticket to tag along, well aware of my love of baseball and the Phillies (with whom the Blueclaws are the A affiliate). Imagine my excitement when I realized it was a doubleheader against none other the Mets minor league affiliate the Savannah Sand Gnats. Even if it’s their minor league players, I always appreciate an opportunity to see my beloved Phillies get a win against the Mets, the team Sean and his family support. Sadly that wasn’t the outcome, with the Blueclaws losing both games by a combined score of 14-3.

But it isn’t an entirely unexpected result; the Blueclaws are dead last in the South Atlantic League Northern standings with a measly 6 wins, while the Sand Gnats…

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