Casey should have been IBB’d; someone bought a hammer; official offseason spokesman Rogers Hornsby was destined to be a jerk
Un fanático de los Tigers recuerda a los pilares principales que finalmente obtuvieron su campeonato en otro lugar.
Good beat Evil, weird; Clank?; Calling someone else’s shot is a fine art
The World Series of; John Smoltz has three wishes; the freakin’ Yankees man
RIP Bonnie; a poem about how it works; they were almost the Washington *Yinkees*; bring back bloopers please and thank you
Should the Twins just refuse to participate in the postseason? Did the Nationals winning a playoff series mark the unofficial end of the 2010s? Should we root for the asteroids over this NLCS? Did the Rays pay actors to pretend to be fans? It’s #questionfriday!
Goodbye to the Cubs on WGN ; staggering to the finish line; Thames or Thames: the original gif or gif
An Uber driver has some parking tips; enjoy the baseball while they still baseball; a long overdue reshuffling of the Arizona Fall League team names
It’s not a “stolen” base, now is it?; the legend or myth of Mike’s cousin, the pitcher; an applicant for the Red Sox team president position makes their case
A poem about a joke about a fastball declared to be “boring”; it turns out Airplane! referenced a fictitious baseball game while you had the lasagna; if you can’t put a bird on it, how about a top hat?
The secret best Jeff Jones in MLB history; sleeping on a bullpen meltdown; hahaha, classic Bo Vine
South Bend to Myrtle Beach Des Moines to Knoxville Knocked down to dragged out What the cat dragged in Unconventional rehab A personal matter Highways are busy lately. Player absence How he carries himself Moving around really well May contribute in September That sports figure who shares a name with a poet. Confidence game It…
This past weekend was the ninth annual Saberseminar, held at Boston University. Touting itself as “Sabermetrics, Scouting and the Science of Baseball”, it is a gathering of roughly 350 nerdy baseball types from a variety of backgrounds: physicists, data wranglers, MLB front office guys (and gals) and tech-savvy fans of the game. The event is…
One of the unintended consequences of baseball being a sport of hats is that we can’t really tell if someone is losing their hair. Growing up, the first time this jarred me was seeing David Justice. I always saw him either hatted or helmeted, and the assumption in the back of my formative mind is,…