Sometimes, it’s easier to have your starter get lit up for eight runs in three innings so that you know you’re out and there’s no sense in trying and you can just let the best members of your bullpen rest for tomorrow.
The Fairness Doctrine By: Emma Baccellieri There is this idea that sports are like life. This is tossed around most often, it seems, when it comes to conversation around the relative merits of kids playing sports: They’ll learn life lessons. Because sports are like life! Justice and honesty and responsibility and respect and winning and…
All Your Perfect Imperfections By: Emma Baccellieri It has now been exactly one week, give or take a few hours, since this play: Jose Lobaton beat the tag. He was safe. And then, upon further examination, he was discovered to have beat the tag but to have lifted his foot up off the base ever…
Houston took Game 1 behind Dallas Keuchel, Jose Altuve, and Marwin Gonzalez.
Sentiments regarding bonds both paternal and matrimonial.
Greg Bird hit one, Aaron Judge robbed one, and the Yankees lived to fight another day.
Writing on the weight of streaks, real-life translations of errors, and searching for the new bat flip.