Rivals (Baseball Great)
Rivals: A Baseball Great Novel
Comets' star player, Mickey Mullen Jr. Jaden says she's doing research for the newspaper. Now Josh has a rival--both on the field and off--as he swings for the fences in a game that quickly becomes more dangerous.
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This one is a tough call, though. New York Mets 1. Philadelphia Phillies 3. Atlanta Braves. For a team that hasn't been good in nearly a decade, the Mets still have plenty of rivals. And don't sleep on a fun potential Nationals rivalry coming up in the next few years. Still: Mets fans have been hating the Yankees since birth. Probably before. New York Yankees 1.
Boston Red Sox 2. If there has been one downside to the relative parity of recent years, the Yankees-Red Sox games just aren't quite as electric as they used to be. Still, though: Tough to find much else in baseball that comes close. Oakland A's 1. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 3.
Philadelphia Phillies 1. Atlanta Braves 3.
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Washington Nationals. The Pirates might have been here three decades ago, but not anymore. Though Phillies' fans most hated rival, from my personal experience, tends to be "the Phillies.
Pittsburgh Pirates 1. The Pirates haven't been good enough for two decades to have a rival, but it's clearly the Cardinals now, particularly after the Cardinals eliminated them from the playoffs during their dream season in Considering the young talent on both teams, the Cubs could be moving up this list too. Louis Cardinals 1. Cincinnati Reds 3.
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Los Angeles Dodgers. All told, this Cardinals fan would love to put Boston and San Francisco on here, since they've been the postseason phantasms for the Cards … but this feels like the real top three. San Diego Padres 1. San Francisco Giants 1. Arizona Diamondbacks. Seattle Mariners 1. Oakland A's 2. Texas Rangers 3. San Diego Padres. The Yankees almost made this one too, and it's possible that I'm letting scheduling get to me on that Padres business.
But until Portland gets a team, there's no natural rival for Seattle. Tampa Bay Rays 1. Boston Red Sox 3. Miami Marlins. This is closer than you might think -- remember all those Red Sox-Rays fights -- but the fact that the Yankees make their spring training home in the Tampa area probably pushes it over the edge. It must still gall to see March games in Tampa where everyone's cheering for the Yankees.
To be fair, that sometimes happens in August too. Texas Rangers 1.
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2. Houston Astros 3. It should be the Astros, and it probably will be in the next few years, but for now … the Astros probably need to win a few more games for that to click. It will, soon. Toronto Blue Jays 1. As tough as any team in the sport to find a rival for: You end up just falling back on the division teams. With as rowdy as Jays fans can be, you'd think they could work up some more.
It would help if the Blue Jays made the playoffs more often, which is when rivalries are often forged. Washington Nationals 1. Baltimore Orioles 2. That Orioles rivalry still feels mostly media-created, but it's still there. Now Josh has a rival—both on the field and off—as he swings for the fences in a game that quickly becomes more dangerous.
New York Times bestselling author Tim Green delivers a hard-hitting look at what some teams will do to win in this gripping companion to Baseball Great.
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