Today at THT

Things to to read as you ponder the disconnect between the nice things people say about you after you die and the occasionally nasty person you were while you were alive:

  • In This Annotated Week in Baseball History, Richard Barbieri uses Alan Benes’ birthday as an excuse to look at “the other brother” of great pitching families. What, no Tom and Pat Underwood?!
  • Greg Rybarczyk recently got to take his Hit Tracker to the Third Annual International High School Power Showcase Home Run Derby, which is pretty much what it sounds like. Best part: no Chris Berman and his “back back backs.”
  • As for me, I don’t have any regrets. They can talk about me plenty when I’m gone.

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