This post is a veritable smorgasbord-orgasbord-orgasbord…
$17.2M to be kinda okay. I’ll take it!
I’m talking Chooch and Ellis tonight.
Prof is suddenly sleepy, so it’s a quick one tonight.
Fun stories inside…
Let’s have a conversation about all time great pitching staffs.
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail.
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
You guys love talking politics. I have been avoiding all talk of the 2016 election because it’s NEXT YEAR and when you feed the never-ending campaign machine by paying attention to it, the media keeps inundating you with it. The only way to shorten elections is to refuse to participate in them until an acceptable time…… Continue reading Random Baseball Conversation
Could we see the former ace don a uniform one more time?
Baseball’s most overpaid player is looking for help to continue being overpaid.
The game is too damn early.
Today is a very slow news day. So was yesterday. So with nothing new to talk about, let’s talk about something old. Like really old. Did anyone here know that the Philadelphia Phillies once had an 11 year old child arrested and charged with larceny In July of 1923? You see, back in the day,…… Continue reading That One Time the Phillies Arrested A Child.
Jonathan Papelbon returned to Philadelphia 10 days ago, and had plenty to say about the Phillies – he was the only one with a will to win, bat boy is terrible, yada yada. Later that night he had his first blown save in exactly one year. So much for will to win. So now that…… Continue reading I’m not saying it’s Paps. I’m just saying – it is
Aaron Altherr – a call up for the Phillies as they ride out the string – hit a one out blooper that Michael Taylor got a tad too agressive with. He made a diving attempt at the catch – and missed. The ball rolled all the way to the warning track, and since the bases…… Continue reading Awesome Alert – Inside the Park Grand Slam