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2015 MLB MVPs

by the Village Elliott

This year’s league MVPs have been won
By Bryce Harper and Josh Donaldson.
Bryce was unanimous,
Though Nats missed playoff bus,
While Josh powered the Jays’ playoff run.


What a Season — And It Ain’t Over Yet

by James Finn Garner

So now, my friends, it has come to this,
The World Series of 2015
The kids ablaze on the New York Amazin’s
Versus the Big Blue Royal Machine.

Let’s consider all that’s gone before
As we bid the warm weather goodbye
Some teams did roll as had been foretold
While others came through with surprise.

The new Cubbie kids swung some mean bats
The Blue Jays refused to show fear
Motown fell dead, now needs a retread
While the Giants await an even year.

The Dodgers in their close-ups again blinked
Staid St. Louis became hot and unglued
The Nationals sputtered, then throttled each other
The Lone Star State watched a marvelous feud

So when someone tells you baseball is boring,
Whether online, at work, in a bar,
Don’t chuckle or sigh. Look them straight in the eye
And say, “Baseball’s not boring — you are.”


Playoff’s Payoff

by the Village Elliott

On three teams left in playoffs are three
Recent A’s playing prominently:
Donaldson, Ben Zobrist
Cespedes.  A’s fans pissed,
While “Money Ball’s” playoffs’ MVP.


Sin of Omission

by Jim Siergey

The Royals strike often and early
in beating the Blue Jays so thoroughly
Each pitcher is thumped
that’s sent to the bump
How clearly they dearly miss Buerhle


Elvis Andrus Has Left the Skydome

by James Finn Garner

The Rangers earned one freaky run
On a play that had never been done
But three errors later
Lady Luck proved a traitor
And the Jays’ way the pendulum swung.


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