Neyer wrote a post today about the now infamous Mark Whicker-Jaycee Dugard piece. But don’t bother going to ESPN to read it because it’s not there. As Rogers Cadenhead at Watching the Watchers reports, ESPN spiked it. Rogers has a cached version of it here. At least a partial one. I think we’re all pretty […]
I don’t care about the Francouer precedent. I don’t care about Jordan Schafer. Put this guy down as the starting RF for 2010 and let ‘er rip, baby: Mississippi manager Phillip Wellman said Heyward is neither especially vocal nor timid. In a word, steady. “We’re always looking for weaknesses we can develop. In all honesty, […]
Things I wrote while wondering why on Earth I agreed to review a Buzz Bissinger book . . . Chipper Jones might just call it quits. I don’t really want to see him go yet, but I’m wondering if it might not be easier for Braves fans after he and Bobby Cox retire. I think […]
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Rockies 5, Reds 1: Jose Contreras had to leave the game in the third inning with angina or dropsy or consumption or whatever the hell it is that 86 year-old people get all the time. Didn’t matter though, because at this point the Rockies could probably put the 1985 Hackensack Bulls in the lineup — […]
Eight AL players to consider picking up.
Two hot bats, two Padres pitchers, and one nearly forgotten fireballer highlight this week’s potential NL pickups.
A review by someone who’s seen them all.
Current events and reflections on the game’s past produce some conflicting thoughts.
The Giants lefty has traded one of his curves for a slider, with good results.