Though I often think I’m better than that, the truth of the matter is that I mostly traffic in snark. Hey, it’s what works for me, so I’m not going to hide from it. The problem with snark, however, is that it rarely plays when things get serious, and the death of Nick Adenhart made […]
According to TMZ, Angels’ starter Nick Adenhart was killed in an automobile accident this morning: TMZ has learned Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Nick Adenhart was killed in a felony hit-and-run car accident in Fullerton, California early this morning — hours after he pitched in a game last night. Cops say someone driving a minivan […]
Of all of the ways baseball in Washington has gone off the rails since its return, perhaps none sadder has been the manner in which Nationals’ management has failed to embrace the history of both their franchise, and that of baseball in the city at large. That there is scant if any evidence that this […]
Given how the John Moores was able to sell a huge stake in the Padres to Jeff Moorad almost overnight, one wonders why it has taken Sam Zell so long to sell the Cubs. Well, besides the fact that unlike the Padres’ deal, the Cubs sale wasn’t an exercise in Kabuki theater designed to help […]
Phillies 12, Braves 11: And here I thought we’d get at least a week into the season before I wanted to shoot myself in the face, but then the Braves’ pen walks six (6!) guys in the seventh inning — four with the bases loaded — and goes and moves up the schedule. Bobby Cox: […]
Ten run estimators enter. One leaves.
Go ahead, do your worst
My take on proper use of the waiver wire in leagues with ‘first-come-first-served’ free agent pools.
Do Bill James’ Hall of Fame tests still apply to today’s players?
TUCK! toons every Thursday