Since more than half of us don’t really care about last night’s results because our team is out of it, let’s brag about our grandkids while we look at the scores. Continue reading
We shall over come. Four more bite the dust. Fall spring training delusional thinking thoughts. Sometimes you gotta make yourself feel good.
And Friday’s scores. Continue reading
Magnificent Mediocrity. The Iron Giant reaches a milestone. Making money by tanking. Position-less baseball. The doctors don’t think Eric will see his third birthday.
Fridays scores. Continue reading
Congratulations to the Orioles and Royals. A comparison of team payrolls to wins has some bright spots. Fridays scores. Continue reading
Race to the bottom. Race to the top. Catchers pitching. Borg moon shots. A season comes to an end. Yesterdays dog days of August scores. Continue reading
Cause and effect, past and future, up and down, first and last, negative and positive.
What might have happened yesterday. Continue reading
You ain’t never caught a rabbit and you ain’t no friend of mine. Continue reading
“By treating a mathematical process as if it were a thought process, and either trying to mimic that process ourselves or merely accepting the results, we are in danger of losing the capacity that has been the essence of human cognition.”
Henry A Kissinger Continue reading
Hey gang, we have three teams on track to lose 100 plus games and three teams on track to win 100 plus games. Do you know how rare that is? Strike outs are way up. Let me tell you how much. The break is over, Friday’s scores. Continue reading
All Star game this and that’s. Saturday’s scores. Continue reading
Some of you might remember me from HBT. I was the sane part of this duo. As you saw the other day, as the Indian’s lead over the Twins is now dancing in the double digits @happytwinsfan is now completely delusional. When he said something about the Twins “soaring past the Tigers” I locked him in the basement.
To help all of you to embrace the squalor of your existence I present you with the worst Twins teams ever. And Fridays actual scores (ugh). Continue reading
Tomorrow’s scores. And beyond. Continue reading
Last week someone broke into the Negro League Museum in Kansas City, cut a water pipe and turned on the water flooding the building. Last May the former Kansas City home of Satchel Paige was burned to the ground. Investigators believe a fire accelerant was used. I hope that this response is the exact opposite of what the arsonists and vandals were hoping for.
Satchel Paige was born July 7 1906. September 25, 1965 he pitched 3 scoreless innings against a Red Sox lineup which included Carl Yastrzemski, Rico Petrocilli, and Tony Conigliaro . I wasn’t able to check but I’m pretty sure the twenty year old Conigliaro wasn’t gotten out by any other 59 year old pitcher that year. Continue reading
Mike Trout played in his 1000th MLB game Thursday and his numbers equal or surpass the first 1000 games of Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams and everyone else. Fridays scores. Continue reading
A word about words. This father’s pain. This father’s joy. Farm report. This father’s father. Friday Scores. Continue reading