Hey guys, Wow. Twenty years already! The time really flew by, didn’t it? Feels like just yesterday we were watching me invent the Jeter Jump Throw to nail Travis Fryman in the ALCS, laughing with each individual member of the press (never understood why people thought the writers were so prickly!!) and then hitting the…
So you’re thinking of marketing your MLB star? Great! You’ve taken the first step on a profitable and rewarding journey. First, a few questions: Is your MLB star good at baseball? If the answer is no, perhaps reconsider this exercise, as ironic admiration, or really any level of irony at all, has not made its…
Galaxy Brain: The playoffs are actually bad?
The Indians are World Series favorites but should expect to be taken to five games against the Yankees, a tough opponent with a great lineup and deep bullpen.
Yankees ace deserves a place among elite fantasy pitchers.
A Tigers rookie gets his first taste of battle, and a people’s history of players weekends.
Short Relief visits the three main stages of life: Childhood, Adulthood and Statcast.
Jason decries a lack of classification when it comes to baserunning, Nathan offers reviews of Todd Frazier’s swing, and Matt considers the epic qualities of Mike Trout.
Zack uses the Cubs as an example of how it isn’t always getting better, Nathan uses Jean Segura for a hint that it is, while Martin discovers the origins of modern hitting philosophy.
Kate wants to protect Joe Biagini from the world, Emma unlocks the secrets of an ancient ritual, and Trevor unearths new truths about Mike Trout.
The origin story of Marlins Man, Padres Fall Apart, and the moral certitude of Bronson Arroyo.
The young Yankees slugger talks numbers, the law, being big and tall, the Negro Leagues, and adoption.
Matt extends Jeter Week by window shopping, Kate is soothed by senescence, and Emma watches wildlife destroy the social contract.