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Today on Inside MLB your host Benson Fechter wil be discussing many topics including Rapid-Fire MLB Division and Wild-Card Predictions, We're Being Spoiled By Kershaw's Greatness, Inside MLB's Award Picks with 1 Month to Go, Selecting All-2015 MLB Free-Agent Team, and Sano Can Wrestle Away AL ROY from Correa.
Welcome to The Big Scoop with Coop I'm your host Coop and I am here to let everyone know about the new cinematic web series that is called The Wicked Series and I play a detective name Steve. Check out the episodes at www.youtube.com/thewickedseries1
This episode of The Big Scoop with Coop I will have comedian, and actor Derrell White on the show. He will be discussing the hot new cinematic web series that's called The Wicked Series! He will also speak about his career in comedy how he started, his success, and will give advice on how to get started in his career. Get ready to get inside of Derrell White head on this episode of The Big Scoop with Coop!
This episode of The Big Scoop with Coop I will have guest Stephen Schwertley is an incredible man that survived a stroke and became a successful author of the exciting book Enemy in the Heartland. Find out how he started out as an author the hurdles that he encountered writing Enemy in the Heartland and he will give advice on how to get started as an author, and so much more about Stephen Schwertley and this exciting book. Stay tuned to The Big Scoop with Coop.
Jo is best known for working Parts Counter at the old Villa Park Harley Davidson Dealership in Chicagoland area or maybe it's from co-fouding Harley Women magazine, and of course the Hall of Fame Induction.
_Inducted in the original National M/C Hall of Fame and Museum in Sturgis (induction took place in Deadwood) in 1996.
_AMA's Hall of Fame
_AMA roving exhibit honoring women in motorcycling
Listen to find out how Jo has earned these honors!
Welcome to The Big Scoop with Coop I'm your host Coop and I will have guest Nick Dalmacy returning to the show. He willl discuss his hot new cinematic web series thats called The Wicked Series. You can watch the hot new show right here www.youtube.com/thewickedseries1 make sure you tell your family, friends, and associates about this new cinematic web series. I am also in this web series as the character name Steve that plays a detective. Don't miss this episode of The Big Scoop with Coop!
he final week of the 2015 MLB season is upon us, and there is still a lot to be decided.
The National League playoff picture is fairly clear, with the Los Angeles Dodgers close to clinching the final spot and the Pittsburgh Pirates pulling ahead of the Chicago Cubs for the right to host the Wild Card Game. The Dodgers will meet the New York Mets, while the St. Louis Cardinals will await the wild-card winner.
Over in the American League, things aren't nearly as clear.
The Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals have both clinched, but with identical records, they are still battling for the best record and No. 1 seed.
The Texas Rangers have taken control of the AL West standings and the New York Yankees are firmly entrenched in the No. 1 wild-card spot, but the Houston Astros, Los Angeles Angels and Minnesota Twins are still battling it out for the last postseason slot.
All of that should make for an exciting final week, but for now, let's take an updated look at how all 30 teams stack up around the league.
When putting together this list, we considered the following factors:
Last week's record
Quality of opponent
Recent performance beyond the last week
The goal, as always, is to be as objective as possible. But a certain amount of subjectivity will always come into play with something like this.
Just remember: This is a fluid process. Teams will rise and fall on a weekly basis relative to where they ranked previously. If you keep winning, you keep climbing—it's as simple as that.
After stopping off at the hot corner, the B/R MLB 300 now moves to the outfield for a look at the top center fielders in the league.
Like the four infield positions, our list of center fielders consists of 25 out of the overall 300 players. As for how this list came to be, we subjected each player to a scoring system that adds up to a total of 100 possible points.
First, there are 25 points for hitting. Our focus is on how well each player is equipped to hit for average and get on base. This means looking not only at how he hits the ball but also at how consistently he makes contact and whether he has the discipline to draw walks.
Then, there are 25 points for power. We concentrated on how well each player collects extra-base hits, which means looking at how often he puts the ball in the air—ground balls don't tend to go for extra-base hits, after all—how hard he hits it and how much of the field he can use for power.
Next, there are 20 points for baserunning. It's more of a priority for center fielders than it is for most, so we'll look at whether players can steal bases as well as whether they're capable of running the bases aggressively.
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