I’d like to think that the announcement by Bugs & Cranks’ Dave Chalk that he is quitting the baseball blogging business is dry humor, and that his leaving B&C is occasioned by another offer or a lack of free time or something as opposed to truly being disgusted with the sport. If not, it’s simply […]
Not yours: A court commissioner has denied Jamie McCourt’s bid to be reinstated as the chief executive of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Superior Court Commissioner Scott Gordon ruled Thursday in Los Angeles there is no state law to support her bid. I hate it when judges cite B.S. reasons for ruling against you. Stuff like […]
Not sure why I’m writing this — I’m guessing most readers are off work today for Guy Fawkes Day and everything — but for those of you in essential services . . . Did the Yankees buy their championship? You may not be surprised to learn that this one has sparked quite a debate among […]
This story is mostly about Joe Girardi helping an accident victim on his way home from the ballpark last night, but this is all kinds of fun: Police were in the area conducting a driving while intoxicated checkpoint on the parkway. In fact, about 15 minutes earlier, Girardi had passed through a driving while intoxicated […]
Adapting the Power/Speed number to see who’s contributed most to both halves of the game. Infielders are covered this time around.
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Yankees 7, Phillies 3: Champs. You saw it, so no need for me to describe it. I’ll just offer some observations: Andy Pettitte was gutsy and successful. Pedro, while unsuccessful, was just as gutsy. He certainly knew before anyone — and probably well before the game started — that he had nothing last night. He’s […]