One of my favorite parts of being a baseball fan is the sheer breadth of the history that can be learned, the staggering number of huge immortal moments and small, glittering fun facts that come with being a fan of any team.
Fools have a habit of believing that everything written by a famous author is admirable. For my part I read only to please myself and like only what suits my taste.
When teams shift, walks pile up. But where are they coming from and why?
No longer reserved for speedy contact hitters, the no. 2 spot in the lineup is suddenly home to superstars.
1. The crows complaining from the maple tree outside the window sound enough like that one row of fans in Philadelphia in 2006, Mike Lieberthal at the plate in the second game of the September 3 double-header against Atlanta, the one that isn’t the one where Ryan Howard hit three home runs. Lieberthal stands in…
Un puesto que ya no se reserva para bateadores de contacto rápidos, el segundo puesto en la alineación repentinamente es el hogar de las superestrellas.