I’ve never felt more loved and cared for in the world than I do right now. No less than 25 people have emailed, Twittered, Facebooked, and/or smoke signaled me to give me this glorious, wondrous news: Two National League East foes swapped outfielders on Friday, as the Mets traded Ryan Church to the Braves for […]
Given that about 40% of my posts simply come from Googling the word “baseball,” I fail to see the humor here.
Joe Hamrahi tweets: The Royals have acquired SS Yuniesky Betancourt and cash from the Mariners for minor league pitchers Danny Cortes and Derrick Saito! The Royals are probably the only team to which Betancourt could have gone and represented an upgrade at short. How much of that contract is going to be paid by the […]
OK, I lied. Meetings have beat the living crap out of me today. Just sucked out my soul and will to live. One meeting was even about having another meeting next week. I wish I was lying. I just need a beer or seven at this point. As such, anything else that happens today is […]
Fun interview with Mike Marshall over at Jorge Says No! The hitting Mike Marshall, not the pitching one. He’s the president of the Yuma Scorpions in the independent Golden League now, and provides a lot of intetrestng info. Like the fact that the Scorpions have an affiliation with Colombian baseball, which is kind of weird […]
I should call it my morning in Hell. I got four posts in over at the Blue Network when I was dragged into a meeting that probably didn’t need my presence. Two hours later and I’m just now emerging, and no, I am not a better man because of it. And guess what? At 1pm, […]
Nationals 11, Astros 10: Everyone will be writing this morning about how Joel Hanrahan got the win in this game despite no longer playing for the Nats and how Nyjer Morgan scored the winning run even though he was playing for the Pirates when the game started. Even trippier, though, is that (a) both men […]
It’s 90s Throwback Week on the NL Waiver Wire, examining whether Luis Castillo and Jamie Moyer (along with six much younger players) can help your fantasy team.
Nine potential pick-ups in the AL.
A downloadable tool to calculate a simple version of Chris Dutton and Peter Bendix’s xBABIP, plus an announcement for a new project.
On July 9, 1955 Willie Wilson was born. The longtime Kansas City Royal won a World Series, a Gold Glove and two All-Star spots. But is that enough to get him on the All-Wilson Team?
A seven-year-old fan becomes an adult admirer