The 200-Inning MLB pitcher: A Vanishing Breed?

    By Scott Myers, Contributor For the 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) season, there were just 13 pitchers who logged 200 innings or more – less than 1/2 a pitcher per team.  Up until 1998, except for strike interrupted seasons, the average per team hung at two or higher.  …

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Steve Lytle Still Doesn’t Get It

              Lytle cleans up nice   By Jim Bleyer Tampa City Council candidate Steve Lytle continues to promote the narrative that he has reformed his youthful wayward ways: it just isn’t working. Last week Tampa Bay Beat recounted Lytle’s multiple arrest record—DUI, breaking and …

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An Offer You Can’t Refuse: Who is Peter Schorsch?

    By Jordan Kirkland, from RoundTable Politics Mob and gangster movies are a dime a dozen. From The Godfather to Goodfellas, the genre has taken the U.S. by storm since the early 1900’s. On a yearly basis, directors like Martin Scorsese churn out mafia sub-genre movies, allowing viewers to …

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Lightning’s Key to the Cup Stands behind the Bench

  By Jim Bleyer The Tampa Bay Lightning possess the most talented roster in the National Hockey League. By far. The Lightning have the NHL’s best goaltender, even the best backup goalie.  Victor Hedman is one of the top three defensemen in the NHL.  Four rolling forward lines with some …

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