This is pretty much the perfect link on which to end a week like the one we’ve just lived through. I may have a post or two tonight on NBC, but as soon as those go live, I’m going to sleep and I’m not waking up until Monday morning. Have a good weekend everyone.
This week on “Law and Order: MLB”: Excuse me for asking, but how do we know that Ken Griffey didn’t juice? A.J. Hinch? Really? Junk bonds! Get yer read hot JUNK bonds! R.I.P., Little Professor Finally,
“Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant Thursday evening to you, wherever you may be. The Dodgers and the city of Los Angeles and all of California and for that matter, all of baseball, still shocked and stunned over the suspension of Manny Ramirez. We’ll have more to say about that a little bit later on […]
A slightly superficial edition this morning, as I was working on another writing project last night. I’m so lazy about this that I’m not even going to link up the box scores, so if you want them, go here. Apologies, but I’m freakin’ tired, dudes: Nationals 11, Dodgers 9: I’m guessing at this point that […]
Invading the pool of LIMA adherents.
Investigating whether wasting an 0-2 pitch really makes sense.
Fine tuning the positioning of fielders according to pitch selection
On May 6, 1890, Walton Cruise was born. Eight years later on the same day Al Wingo came into the world. In 1921 it was Dick Wakefield’s big day. These May 6 men are among the players dwarfed by Willie Mays, born on this day in 1931.
Sixteen possible pick-ups for fantasy leaguers.
Time for another examination by the Roster Doctor. Don’t worry, it will only hurt a little.