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Monday, May 18, 2015
He’s no Muggle!
The Dan Jenning move to the dugout has Ken Rosenthal even more worked up about the Marlins.
Pittsburgh Gazette Times, May 18, 1915:
Meet the Mess!
The dawning of the Yoan Moncada era. At his Hall of Fame induction you will surely remember what you were doing at gametime.
Chicago Cubs catching prospect Kyle Schwarber stays hot, homers twice for Tennessee Smokies | MiLB.com News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball
Unlike Pete O’Brien, I liked what I saw of Kyle Schwarber this spring training. He won’t be Johnny Bench, but he should be able to catch well enough to fit his explosive bat into the Cubs lineup.
I hope he brings a big bag of money.
Sunday, May 17, 2015
As of this writing, it has been 0 days since the Marlins have fired a manager. CHATTER UP!
Ken Rosenthal with a strong opinion on the Redmond firing.
I know 400 isn’t a huge milestone any more, but it’s a number where if the player was good at other things you go “oh that guy could hit some home runs, too.”
And then they ...Read More...
David Lauria on Yoko, pitch framing, and a few other things.
KC has the best. Philadelphia has the worst.
Ollie Brown had power to spare, both in terms of his ability to hit home runs and make throws from right field. According to former Padres and Pirates catcher Chris Cannizzaro, only Roberto Clemente had a stronger throwing arm than Ollie Brown. That is high praise indeed.
Put me down in the Stephen Matz column.
Meet Blake Swihart.
An interview with the Giants Larry Baer.
Nobody likes having the yips.
The Boston Globe Sunday Notes column.
The ESPN game of the week is Tigers-Cardinals. Talk about that and all the other games here in the OMNICHATTER.
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Josh Hamilton of Texas Rangers—Los Angeles Angels front office prevented me from talking to owner Arte Moreno
Actually, Josh, there is one person responsible for you…you.
This is not good.
Sometimes people overcomplicate things.
I pay for MLB.TV package. I can watch every game except the Red Sox. If the local game included the local commercials, how is the team penalized? This makes no sense to me as well.
Jim Callis answers some questions.
Jon Heyman’s weekly notes column includes more fanciful trade speculation.
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