Deposit your thoughts here. Verlander vs. Rich Hill. Both tremendously fun to watch. Who ya got?
So, we suck. I fell asleep early last night and I’m pretty sure Scout is busy at work, so we left y’all hanging. It was bound to happen. The Astros lost a game, 8-1, to the Yankees. Todd Frazier hit an improbable homer, and Charlie Morton didn’t pitch nearly as badly as his stats imply.…… Continue reading Oops. Here’s a Post.
RIP to a music icon.
Hello, friends. You might have noticed that I have been absent of late. For that, I apologize. Things are really difficult for me personally right now, and the hardest part is that even the thing that has always gotten me through the worst times of my life, baseball, can’t heal the brokenness that I feel…… Continue reading An Apology.
MLB.com has a fun little article that will whet your appetite for the upcoming 2016 baseball season. It’s about the simmering Cubs-Cardinals rivalry, which appears like will turn into a full boil next season. The “rivalry” has been largely one in name prior to 2015, but the young upstart Cubs have loaded up this off-season…… Continue reading Move Over, Red Sox-Yankees
Truly the depths of the unknown…
When it comes to the flowers now?
Baseball 2015 in Europe? (For the second time…)
Baseball Attendances this year are on a roll.
Here’s a personal ranking of mine of players top to bottom order highest to low chance of success playing in the Major leagues this next season, if signed. 1.) RHP SP Kenta Maeda, 27 yrs old – Your ideal number 2-3 or possible number 1 starter in the rotation, a RHP with a 3 quarters delivery who…… Continue reading Foreign players we’ll soon likely see in the Major leagues.
After having a record of 0-4 compiling an era of 6.89 in 32.2 inning pitched with the White Sox this season, the Dominican pitcher is said to and will now be a member of the Kia Tigers starting pitching staff next season. The signing deal is said to be worth 200,000 USD, via Tvchanews. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFrONli-6uI
Back in the game 5 of the World Series, the U18 Team USA were introduced just before the game…
It only comes when you’re ready for it – in the exhausted flush of reflected glory if your team won it all, in the enervated dejection of what coulda been if your team came close but no cigar, or in the slumpfunk of disinterest if your team stalled out early and fell asleep on the steam grate of history.…… Continue reading The Onset of Orfseason: an Encomium
La tarte royale.
Tony LaCava promoted; John Gibbons retained for 2016.