There have been a lot of people who have followed in Rob Neyer’s footsteps over the years, but there still isn’t anyone better at writing stuff that pisses off mainstream baseball writers: Ryan Howard is pretty good. I mean, he’s no Shin-Soo Choo. But pretty good, for sure. You probably think I’m just some snot-nosed […]
It’s not as bad as Sophie’s Choice, but picking between Jason and lar in their blog network’s awards voting is kinda sorta like picking between your kids. Your baseball-obsessed, sloughing off from work, probably-got-no-family-life-to-speak-of-because-they’re-reading-old-Baseball Digests-or-trying-to-hide-their-man-love-for-Derek-Jeter kids. Each are nominated for “Best Baseball Blog.” Jason is also nominated for “Blog of the Year.” Vote early and […]
Well, it was technically the Dodgers themselves who filed the latest brief, this one telling the divorce court — quite reasonably, mind you — that it has no business telling a private company whom it must and must not hire or fire, no matter who owns it. Best quote: “Given the dysfunction which was caused […]
Let’s put the comments section to good use this afternoon: use this thread to post your World Series prediction. No need for heavy analysis. I want (a) your winner; and (b) a short statement with your reasons why. I won’t hold you to Twitter length, but I’m definitely looking for Twitter spirit: short, pithy, decisive […]
With two solid years under his belt, it’s time to take a look at Clayton Kershaw and what he can do for fantasy owners.
3288 days after their last World Championship, the Yankees take their third crack at No. 27. Here’s why they’ll get it this time.
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Recently-fired Dodger CEO Jamie McCourt filed for divorce from Dodger owner Frank McCourt yesterday. Or I should say alleged Dodger co-owner Jamie McCourt filed for divorce from alleged Dodger co-owner Frank McCourt, because ownership of the Dodgers is clearly the big deal here. If you’re into this sort of thing you can read the papers […]