• Baseball’s Halfway Questions

    It’s the unofficial halfway point of the MLB season.   How many of you knew that after tonight 15 of the league’s 30 teams will have played at least their 81st game,...

  • Does Ozzie Really Think Publicly Calling Out His Players Helps?

    Once again, Chicago White Sox Manager Ozzie Guillen has opened his mouth and publicly criticized his players after a 3-2 loss in 13 innings. Guillen apparently thought his players, particularly Alex Rios, played poorly and...

  • Trades on Laughing Gas

    Its the year 2014 and its time to look back at some of the trades that highlighted the summer of 2011.  What a deadline it was, and I can still remember...

  • Long Term Contracts Should Be A Thing Of The Past

    When the Texas Rangers filed for bankruptcy last season, it was revealed that they still owed a number of players large sums of money, including over $20 million to Alex Rodriguez. Yesterday,...

  • Watch out for the….

    Today’s post will be divided into two sections: The contenders, surprise teams you have to keep an eye on if your the Phillies, Red Sox, Yankees etc, and the has-beens, teams...

  • Running Diary 6/26

    I love Sunday afternoons because I get four games to watch.  I get either the White Sox or Cubs on WGN, either the Red Sox or Yankees on TBS, and the...

  • Arizona Diamondbacks v Detroit Tigers

    The Very Vivacious Justin Verlander

    Justin Verlander put on a show yesterday with his 119 pitch, 14 strikeout, 8 shutout inning performance.  I wish I could say any of his success this year was a surprise...

  • As Brian Matusz Struggles, Baltimore’s Future Hangs in the Balance

    Brian Matusz is supposed to be the ace of the future. The piece that Andy MacPhail and the rest of the Baltimore Orioles front office builds around to craft a contender...

  • Gaby Sanchez Gets His Due

    I’m really tired of the Florida Marlins’ Gaby Sanchez not getting recognition.  The guy is an

  • A Very Brief Note On Jim Riggleman

    I wrote yesterday about the sudden resignation of Nationals manager Jim Riggleman over his contract status. Many, many people also wrote about this topic, including, it seems, every single baseball writer...

  • Jim Riggleman Resigns

    Washington Nationals manager Jim Riggleman resigned today after a 1-0 win over the Seattle Mariners, the Nats 11th in their last 12 games. Riggleman was reportedly unhappy with his contract situation....

  • Nick Markakis’s 3,000th Hit

    I recently started following Chris St. Paul and his writing/research, I have found to be awesomely interesting (he would be awesome if we did another Who’s Awesome and Who’s not Awesome...

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