Category Archives: Baseball

The actual ball

One of the reasons baseball is so cool is….the ball. Sure, all the other balls (and pucks) have their merits, but the baseball wins out. Basketball: needs to be inflated, not dangerous, too big for a backpack so must be … Continue reading

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Rough Day at the Plate For These Chuckleheads.

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Fantasy Busts I May Have Dropped Too Early

Here are some players I have dropped and how I feel about it: Rhys Hoskins: Sorry Josh Donaldson: Not Sorry Marcus Semien: Not Sorry Mitch Garver: Not Sorry Trent Grisham: Sorry (picked him up again) Wil Myers: Sorry Kirby Yates: … Continue reading

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Javy

That one time I got lucky enough to have Javy Baez on my fantasy team… He hit .198

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David Fletcher Is My Favorite Player

Great write-up by Pitcher List on this hilarious swing.

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El Español Es Mejor Que el Ingles

Every MLB team needs to immediately start going by their Spanish names only. Cada equipo de la MLB debe comenzar a usar su nombre en español de inmediato. Examples/Ejemplos:

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Take Conforto

Michael Conforto of the New York Mets is quietly having a very nice season. The power is not overwhelming, just 4 HRs on the season, but a very respectable .928 OPS. I hope the Mets’ COVID scare doesn’t turn out … Continue reading

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Balance

The Cardinals have an incredibly balanced lineup, righty/lefty-wise. They can send out 3 lefties and 4 switch-hitters against the Cubs in Game 1 today. This is what I’ve been saying the Yankees need to do. (And they are starting to, … Continue reading

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New Logo and Artwork!

We have a new logo, thanks to beloved artist Laura Baran! Check out her artistic process on TikTok!

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The Two Greatest Post-Season Home Runs of 2017

I was at both of these games (the first one, by chance), and watching these videos, I can still remember the sheer insanity that was inside Yankee Stadium. Incidentally, both hit by lefties who are no longer with the team. … Continue reading

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