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Friday, March 27, 2015
We’ve finally got a date scheduled for this year’s NYC softball game, August 8.
Anybody who’s in contact with Primates who haven’t been around lately, please let ‘em know.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Uggla is known for his hugs. Freddie Freeman, with the Braves, is perhaps more well-known for his many on-field hugs, but Uggla said he taught that to Freeman. Fans have held up signs at games such as “I Want a Huggla from Uggla” at games. His nickname is, sometimes, Huggla.
“That’s one of our pregame things: hugging before the game,” Harper said. “I don’t konw. Hugs for Uggs, right? That’s what everybody says. I’m a big hugger, too. I hug [Drew] Storen out there every time ...Read More...
The OMNICHATTER is here today. Hooray!
Too bad he’s so unmarketable.
Fan gets cheesed up over Fielder foul!
The MLB Pipeline just expanded their draft list to 200 players.
Why do the umpires hate offense?
Oak Mountain’s David Dahl suffers lacerated spleen in collision in minor league baseball game | AL.com
What an awful injury.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Best MLB Aussie ever?
Please just let it die.
Philadelphia Evening Ledger, May 29, 1915:
“I’ve waited over 20 years, almost my entire adult life, for a Democratic mayor,” complained Ruben Diaz Jr., the Bronx borough president. “For him to be a Boston Red Sox fan? Come on.”...
Mr. de Blasio has said he plans to attend a Yankees game soon. The team has extended a standing invitation.
“He told me he’s brave,” Mr. Levine said, anticipating a Bronx cheer. “He’ll take the pounding.”
Thursday, May 28, 2015
[Mayor] Coderre says Montreal is a real baseball town and that six or seven teams have expressed an interest in playing games in the city next year.
A GM has to balance short-term desires and long-term needs. Cherington is a patient sort who leans towards long-term part of the spectrum. Despite having three world championships in the last 12 years, the typical Red Sox fan, like most fans, falls firmly on the short-term desire side of the spectrum. When you add in a rabid, impatient press, that’s not a good mix.
It’s not his mix that’s a problem; it’s his command. Although he could find the magic elixir as a starter, I just don’t see it. Kelly’s place should be the pen, where a simple fastball/slider mix could allow him to be a real weapon.
This ace fixation is out of hand. The Red Sox don’t need Porcello to be an ace. If he pitches like a solid number-three guy, he’ll be doing the job he’s being paid to do.
Is Bundy a star-crossed pitcher?
His fantasy owners and Cardinals fans surely shed a tear at this news. I know I did.
Gene Collier: When it comes to playing baseball, Kang needs no interpreter | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
If Kang keeps playing well, he’ll help some Korean players (and their teams) get a lot of money.
Remember when some sabermetricians scoffed at the idea that guys like Brad Ausmus are very valuable.
This division is wide open.
Jon Heyman on the Mets.
Oakland A’s Scott Kazmir injured with left shoulder tightness, exits game after three innings - Athletics Nation
This is never good.
Fungo Tennis, from the Pittsburgh Press, May 28, 1915:
Ken Rosenthal explains why the Dodgers made the Uribe deal.
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