I upgraded everyone from Author to Editor. Basically it should alleviate the issue of everyone not being able to use tags and categories and such properly. (My bad on that one, still learning the software.) It should give you more power and options when writing posts. It will also allow you to view and edit…… Continue reading Quick Site Update
It’s that magical time of year!
From the Post Gazette comes a really fascinating article on the effect that Major League Baseball has had on the poor island nation of Dominican Republic. It’s a very long read, so I highly recommend you wait until you have a bit of time to properly dive into it, but it’s really worth the time…… Continue reading Baseball Republic: Inside the Dominican Machine
Who makes the cut?
This news is a little bit silly, but that’s OK if you are into that sort of thing. From SB Nation, we learn that the Phillies have given the Pope his own rookie card. The Pope is visiting Philly, so I guess it’s as good a time as any for a good old fashioned religious…… Continue reading Phillies put the Pope on a baseball card
Things are getting HOT in Texas
He had one job. Set off fireworks when the Cleveland Indians hit a home run. Alex Rios hit a home run. He is a Kansas City Royal. Poor guy.
It’s a baseball buffet, and you’re all invited.
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe had an article the other day about the Red Sox and their need for a closer next season. He lists the possible trades and free agents, among them all the usual suspects. He mentions Drew Storen and notes: Has not been the same pitcher since the Nationals acquired Jonathan Papelbon.…… Continue reading Drew Storen to the Red Sox?
Here are many many words about something that will never happen.
What, you need more Papelbon?
September 15, 1931 win clinched it again for the Philadelphia Athletics.
Strike a pose!
KC Loses again, NYY Moves up, Houston and Texas dukes it out.