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Yasiel Puig #66 of the Los Angeles Dodgers walks onto the field to start the game against the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium on September 29, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing, the sounds of leather on hardwood are in the air and we try to address the question of who would win a fight between a unicorn and a mermaid.
It's time for sports and we're joined by our aces Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.
The Dodgers are in Atlanta tomorrow to start the playoffs against the Braves, but Andy all of a sudden they don't feel as a strong as they might have been even a week ago.
The team has a huge payroll and had a remarkable comeback going from worst to first in dominating fashion. Now in any playoffs, you can't account for luck. If things don't workout for them and they get bounced, will the season be considered a failure?
World Series prediction: Aa good matchup? A blow out? Which team wins it all?
Training camps have opened for both the Lakers and Clippers, the season is just a month away. Are the Clippers going to be as good as most think they will be?
Brian are the Lakers going to be as bad as some think they will be?
Sports fans love to debate things that will never have a resolution. One of the more fun debates is who would win in basketball one on one and yesterday Michael Jordan talked about who he would have liked to matched up against.