Please, sir, may I have another?
Guess who’s wack, wack again…
Deadspin has an article up today. And it’s just. I. Can’t. What THE FUCK Mets! Look, we all knew the Tim Tebow scam was a scam, it was clear as day the minute it was announced. But holy shit this is a whole new level of holy shit. The man who was once the biggest…… Continue reading All You Need To Know About Tim Tebow’s Baseball Career
The umps need to settle in.
He’s been scratched from tomorrow’s preseason start, and that’s not all, according to Mets GM Sandy Alderson … Per the Great Red Satan, he may not pitch Opening Day. He may, but he may not. Alderson said it’s not “orthopedic.” He then joshed, saying that a pulled wisdom tooth would scratch Harvey tomorrow. Well, yes,…… Continue reading Update-Harvey has ‘medical issue’
A strange loop occurred yesterday in Dunedin when switch pitcher of the Toronto Blue Jays Pat Venditte faced switch hitter Antoan Richardson of the Pittsburgh. Reports are that the at-bat is still going on as the two sides cannot decide which side they want to pitch and bat from. Okay, you want to pitch left?…… Continue reading Switch Pitcher Faces Switch Batter
With Jhonny Peralta out, likely until midseason, the St. Louis Cardinals, uncertain about their current options, had been looking outside the organization for help. And now they’ve got their man. Cards GM John Mozeliak had previously inquired with the Mets about Tejada, but nothing had developed. But, patience has paid off. The Mets released Tejada,…… Continue reading Cards snag Tejada
Today I visited the Spring Training home of the Toronto Blue Jays.
I saw Peter Gammons Tweet this article from the Providence Journal: Red Sox Blunt About Early Defensive Issues. I attended a Red Sox game on Friday and noticed the Sox appeared to have some defensive issues. Manager John Farrell had this to say: “[Defense] is a discussion point right now. We know that we’re capable of…… Continue reading Bahstahn Has Wicked Prahblems at the Haht Cahnah
I thought I was done with my little Spring Training tour for now, but I woke up Sunday feeling malaise that it would be a day without baseball in person. Kevin S. to the rescue! He helpfully reminded me that the Yankees would be playing the Phillies but a stone’s throw from me at Brighthouse Field. Bah,…… Continue reading Spring Training 2016 Part 3: Yankees v. Phillies, Glutton for Punishment
On Saturday afernoon, I visited Hammond Stadium, the Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins, and then decided at the last minute to go to Ed Smith Stadium to see the Baltimore Orioles’ spring home, since they were playing the Rays and it was on the way home. For those keeping count, that’s three games in…… Continue reading Spring Training 2016 Day 2: Twins, Orioles, and Rays, Oh my
Proving again the adage that warped minds think alike, I have begun my spring training tour.
Proposed three team deal appears to be dead at this time.
At yesterday’s Spring Training Media Day, Commissioner Rob Manfred met with the media in Florida, the most superior spring training location because I say so and I live there.
Citrus is overrated.