Disrespect By: James Fegan A crime has to have a victim. Otherwise, it is probably just hating. Are you a hater? Let’s not consider it. Yasiel Puig’s bat-flips have become a topic of debate because 1) we have to try force conversation about the paltry one or two games we can watch all day and…
Today’s selection: Authors, animals, and artifice.
Two pieces on embarrassment, in a way, and one on the cold at the end of the year. None of it is real.
Baseball is both of the stars and on the ground, frequently at the same time; within lies the truth.
Holly M. Wendt takes on an alien not, for once, named Hunter; Meg Rowley examines furniture; James Fegan appreciates audio technology.
A memory of twin hurricanes named Howard and Ernesto, and a catalogue of the supposed best swag the minor leagues have to offer.
A poem for those preparing for battle, and an analysis of the aftermath.
Short Relief visits the three main stages of life: Childhood, Adulthood and Statcast.
Short Relief continues its paean to forgotten players of yesterday, this time especially forgotten.