The news came as no surprise. Early this morning the phone rang and someone handed it to Christian Yelich, late of the Macondo Feesh. “You’ve won the National League MVP award for batting .326 with 36 home runs and 110 … Continue reading →
Congrats to Ronald Acuña on winning the NL RoY. Both he and Soto had fantastic seasons, and will be fun watching these two go head-to-head for a long time. Possible NL MVP battle in the future? pic.twitter.com/hyZ1OZ4EM6
To the sadness of comic book fans of all ages, the great Stan Lee, creator of Spiderman, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Ant Man and others, but especially to be remembered as the godfather of Howard the Duck (whose name … Continue reading →
“Because it’s entertaining and the greatest sport in the world. By the way, I’m incredibly offended by this question. How can you even ask it? I don’t know why I’m even answering it.” Continue reading →
You heard it here first back in spring training. J T Realmuto has had it with the Feesh. After verbally spanking their terrific young catcher in March for asking to be traded in the wake of Beep Beep’s demolition derby, … Continue reading →
Prof: Only three innings late, sorry fam. (I was in DC for the afternoon and just got home about a half hour ago.)
So far, it looks like Postseason Kershaw showed up, Steve Pearce is probably going to be your World Series MVP if things continue the way they are going, and I have fallen in love with weird and wild Joe Kelly.
Scouts: And so we march one day closer to the long winter off-season. There is only 2-4 possible games left in the season, and the Dodgers seem unable to stem the tide that is the Boston Red Sox. I can’t … Continue reading →