Sunday, July 14, 2019

MLB Schedule July 14, 2019

1:05 pm Tampa Bay Rays @ Baltimore Orioles    

1:05 pm Washington Nationals @ Philadelphia Phillies 
    
1:05 pm Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees     

1:10 pm New York Mets @ Miami Marlins     

1:10 pm Minnesota Twins @ Cleveland Indians   
  
2:10 pm San Francisco Giants @ Milwaukee Brewers     

2:15 pm Arizona D'Backs @ St. Louis Cardinals     

2:15 pm Detroit Tigers @ Kansas City Royals    

2:20 pm Pittsburgh Pirates @ Chicago Cubs   
  
3:05 pm Houston Astros @ Texas Rangers     

3:10 pm Cincinnati Reds @ Colorado Rockies    

4:07 pm Chicago White Sox @ Oakland Athletics    

4:07 pm Seattle Mariners @ Los Angeles Angels     

4:10 pm Atlanta Braves @ San Diego Padres     

7:05 pm Los Angeles Dodgers @ Boston Red Sox 

Can Lebron And A.D. Bring Back Showtime To Lakers?

Last season much was expected of the Los Angeles Lakers with Lebron James leading them. For a while, it looked like they were going to be a playoff team, but injuries took a toll on the Lakers. Fast forward into the offseason the Lakers have added a lot of pieces to the equation. Rajon Rondo came back and Boogie Cousins was also added to the mix with a lot of role players.
Maybe the biggest addition was adding Anthony Davis in a trade from the New Orleans Pelicans. Davis is a top player in the league and should help out James immensely. The only real drawback I see to Davis is he has been prone to injury. He has missed a number of games in his career, but besides that, he is a top-notch player in this league. Will this new addition bring back Showtime? Let's take a closer look.
I like the roster and we should see glimpses of showtime, but I have one fear and that is the injury bug. Many of these players have logged a good number of minutes during their careers and that could be a problem. If they can stay healthy this should be a very competitive team to watch, but if the injury bug hits this team will struggle to be a playoff team.

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