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It’s out!

Rivals But Friends 2.0 is out! We invite you to explore the new site(a new page was added). Merry Christmas!




Rivals But Friends 2.0

Due to my study and new-found knowledge of the website code HTML, we will be improving the blog with a home page and a seperate blog page(and some more stuff). Rivals But Friends 2.0 will come out on Christmas as our Christmas present to you!


Cabrera wins Triple Crown, Yanks, Oakland win division title

As the regular season comes to a halt, we have two topics to talk about. One, Miguel Cabrera has won the Triple Crown, with a record of .330,44,139. Me and David both didn’t want him to win, because he’s such a jerk, seeing that he has had the police called on him three times, two for getting in a fight. So anyway, he won the Triple Crown, and we don’t think he is worthy of it, like Carl Yastrzemski. Two, the Yankees and the Orioles both clinched their division titles. The Orioles were expected to lose to the Rangers, but they came from behind in a 5-1 game. The Yankees, on the other hand, did the only thing they can do good, and that is hit home runs(sorry David, I had to say that). In a 14-2 rout of the Red Sox, the Yanks hit 4 homers, two for Granderson, and two for Cano, they were also accompanied by three doubles, and eight singles. Cano went 4-4, with 10 total bases. The Yankees will play the winner of the Wild Card game, and so will the A’s.


Walk-off Night

Last night two teams walked off. The National’s Wilson Ramos, who many considered had had his only moment in the spotlight when he was kidnapped in November, walked off with a one-run single in the top of the 8th. The Tiger’s Jhonny Peralta also had a walk-off, except in the form of a two-run shot to right-center field in the ninth inning. I personally pity Peralta, because he had to get mobbed by Prince Fielder. Wilson Ramos had better soak in the praise while he can, because again, players like this rarely have the media spotlight.