Ryan Zimmerman’s comments at the White House were overshadowed by Kurt Suzuki’a MAGA hat, but they were certainly more of a betrayal to the real D.C. community.
Learning comes from thinking, which comes from wondering.
Tyler Skaggs, grief, and magical thinking; when opioid overdoses make you think of home; Trevor Rosenthal will (and did) record an out again; Willians Astudillo is in the zone; keeping up with all of the Jeff Joneses; the 2030 Front Office All-Star Game
Last week the baseball world lost a friend, and a lot of essayists lost a mentor and a model: Michael Steinberg; *James Murphy voice* baseball we love you, but you’re bringing us down; please read our screenplay about Robot Rob Manfred: Destroyer of Baseball
Create your own edible Baltimore Orioles player; looking back at the first game of the decade (of course it was Yankees-Red Sox) and laughing; field dimensions: ranked
Position player pitcher poetry; stolen Sáenz is nothing new; the pitchers most impacted by sign stealing; music in which to troll the Astros (finally)
Kurt Suzuki put in the work to succeed on the field, but not off it; the state of sports teams visiting the White House today (bad!); a good list of more productive things to do than tweet about the Nationals’ visit yesterday
The tournament was, simply, fun as hell to watch.
Sydney Bergman reviews the recent documentary on catcher, and World War II spy, Moe Berg.