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Monday, September 05, 2011

(Mark) Reynolds commits two more errors at third base

My name is Mark freaking Reynolds and I’m the worst fielder in baseball! Oops! I’m Mark freaking Reynolds! Oops!

The two errors gave Reynolds 26 for the season, a club record for a third baseman and the most by an Oriole at any position since Cal Ripken Jr. made 26 errors in 1985. The 26 errors are also tied for the sixth most in a season in Orioles history.

“I mean, it [stinks],” said Reynolds, who has started 111 games at third this season and 24 at first. “I have been putting in a lot of work over at first. I haven’t been back at third in a while. I guess [manager Buck Showalter] wanted to give a couple of guys the day [off], and he asked if I would play third. I said, ‘Yeah, no problem.’

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Repoz Posted: September 05, 2011 at 11:56 AM | 26 comment(s)
  Beats: orioles, projections, sabermetrics

Primer Dugout (and link of the day) 9-5-2011

Spokane Spokesman-Review, September 3, 1911:

A good baseball may be made at home.  You will need some soft kid.  The wrists of your mother’s old kid gloves will make fine coverings.  You also need soft wool yarn for the inside, and this must be packed very tight into the covering.  Now to get the proper shape of the ball, for a baseball should be as round as an orange. Take an orange; cut it evenly into quarters, numbering them at one end to aid in putting the parts together again.

Okay, sure, but what am I supposed to do with the soft kid?

Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: September 05, 2011 at 11:54 AM | 2 comment(s)
  Beats: baseball geeks, dugout, history

Souhan: Shake-up needed to save Twins from complacent ways

The Ambassador Hotel of good will strikes again!

To avoid the kind of collapse that led the franchise to the brink of contraction in the 1990s, the Twins will have to break from their model of stability. They need to do some firing and hiring this winter.

...Nobody is preparing these people to play in the big leagues. The minor league teams have performed at an embarrassing level for the past two seasons, and that would be excusable only if the players they sent to the Twins were polished.

They’re not.

The Twins need to overhaul this roster, and that will require a personnel man with the guts to make difficult decisions, someone who can trade a whiner like Kevin Slowey for value. Someone who can shake up the minor leagues and ...

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Repoz Posted: September 05, 2011 at 11:37 AM | 5 comment(s)
  Beats: business, media, scouting, twins

Curb Your Enthusiasm Review: You Bucknered It!

The Redemption of Bill Buckner!

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The highlight of the episode though, had to be the Bill Buckner story.  I had just turned one year old when Buckner had that little mishap back in the World Series, but that doesn’t mean that what happened to him isn’t engrained in my mind.

Watching Larry go through a similar situation only to meet the legend later on was great, but to have them hang out, complete a minion, and then have LD cheering Bill on as the former baseball legend redeemed himself in front of hundreds of people in the streets of New York, it definitely gave me some chills.

Repoz Posted: September 05, 2011 at 06:02 AM | 20 comment(s)
  Beats: history, media, mets, red sox, television

Moneyball: Q&A with Rob Neyer

CORMACK: I read that in 2003 you referred to Moneyball as the single most influential baseball book ever. Is that right?

NEYER: I don’t think there’s any question about it. I would take that a step further and suggest that it’s been more influential than every other baseball book combined.

I should throw a caveat in there.

It’s possible that Moneyball would exist without the Bill James Baseball Abstract in the ‘80s, so maybe my statement is a little overblown, but it’s hard to think of another book that’s had any sort of impact like Moneyball has had.

I think before Moneyball the only books that were really influential in terms of changing something in our society, let alone within the sport, were probably Ball Four and ...

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Repoz Posted: September 05, 2011 at 04:31 AM | 38 comment(s)
  Beats: athletics, books, business, history, media, sabermetrics

Yahoo: Tigers rout White Sox 18-2 to finish sweep

Boy, this is sure shaping up to be an exciting September.  Zzzzzzzzzz….

Miguel Cabrera homered and drove in four runs, and the Detroit Tigers finished a three-game sweep of Chicago in emphatic fashion, routing the White Sox 18-2 on Sunday night.

Max Scherzer (14-8) allowed five hits over seven scoreless innings, and Alex Avila had a career-high four hits for Detroit, which leads the AL Central by 6 1/2 games heading into a three-game series at second-place Cleveland. Chicago is 8 1/2 back.
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The Tigers trailed 8-1 in the fifth Saturday before rallying to win 9-8. They’d scored 26 consecutive runs and led 18-0 Sunday when the White Sox finally scored two in the ninth.

NTNgod Posted: September 05, 2011 at 03:38 AM | 12 comment(s)
  Beats: game recaps, indians, white sox

Country Joe splains his replay reasoning

According to West, Marlins manager Jack McKeon came out to argue Hunter Pence’s double off the right field wall should be ruled an out — the eventual call — while Phillies manager Charlie Manuel wanted West to huddle with his crew to determine whether it should have been a home run.

“Because [the Phillies] wanted me to go look to see if it was a home run, I’ve got to judge whether it went over the fence or not,” West said. “But the plate umpire [Chad Fairchild] already thought it was spectator interference. So now we go look at the replay, we have to take all the evidence we get from the replay. That’s why we came out with, ‘This is the correct ruling.’ ”

The Phillies played the rest of the game under protest, which ...

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ntr RdP Posted: September 05, 2011 at 02:50 AM | 27 comment(s)
  Beats: miami, phillies

Sunday, September 04, 2011

MLB.com: Villavicencio - Phils play under protest after call reversed

Under instant-replay rules, video review only applies to home run calls: whether they are fair or foul, whether they have left the playing field or whether they have been subject to fan interference.

In this instance, the original call was a double, not a homer, and McKeon argued that a fan had interfered with a possible catch.

Replays showed that the fan’s cap hit the ball inside the field of play. The interference prevented Marlins right fielder Bryan Petersen from having a play on the ball.

Following the ruling, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel was ejected by first-base umpire Joe West after a heated argument with the crew chief.

Release the hounds!

Lassus Posted: September 04, 2011 at 11:59 PM | 6 comment(s)
  Beats: general

ajc: Forget division, Chipper says Braves can take Philly in playoffs

Pennant Fever, Ratchet…please.

The Braves are a relative lock to win the wild card spot, and that means there’s a possibility of the teams meeting in the postseason. That scenario served as Jones’ launching pad Sunday. If he didn’t quite throw a flaming spear into the ground, he came close.

“We’re what –10 games back in the loss column?” he said before the Philly lost at Florida (which actually left the team only nine losses apart). “I think it’s safe to say the likelihood of them losing 10 games between now and then is slim. So we’ve resigned ourselves to the fact that we just want to go in and win the series. We want to play well against them. We want to sweep them. The more pressure we put on them, the better.”

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 11:29 PM | 11 comment(s)
  Beats: braves, phillies

KC Star: Zack Greinke loves life on a winning team in Milwaukee

Sometimes, Zack Greinke goes to a park not far from his new home and stares out at Lake Michigan. This is his favorite part of this new place. Maybe he’ll get a boat. He’d like that.
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If anything, he’s dreading all the off days in the playoffs with nothing to do and the minor annoyances of fame made more difficult by the emotional conditions for which he takes medication.

Like the other day at the grocery store. Greinke was shopping for cereal, or bread, or something, when he heard this guy. Hey, is that Zack Greinke?

Greinke waved — “that’s nicer than I usually am,” he says — and walked the other way. He hoped that would be it. But these guys started following him around the aisles, staring, and when they got to the ...

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NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 10:56 PM | 23 comment(s)
  Beats: brewers, royals

AL West race: September 4, 2011

TEX 80-61 [3-1 in SEPT]
LAA 76-64 [3-1 in SEPT] (3.5 GB)

MLB.com: Texas makes racket in sixth to secure series

The Rangers wrapped up their season series against a potential first-round playoff opponent with an 11-4 victory over the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Sunday.

MLB.com: Pineiro steps up as Angels keep pace in West

With Texas applying the pressure with a rout in Boston, the Angels used solid work by Pineiro, a home run by Bobby Abreu, run-scoring singles by Torii Hunter and Vernon Wells and a little timely help from the Twins to pin a 4-1 loss on Minnesota in front of 36,638 to take the series.

The Angels remained 3 1/2 games behind the Rangers in the American League West chase with 22 games remaining. Texas has 21 left.

NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 10:16 PM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rangers

Alex Liddi could make history for Italy

Any day now, Alex Liddi could make history.

If the Mariners promote him to the majors after his season at Class AAA Tacoma concludes on Monday, Liddi will become the first player born and raised in Italy to play in the big leagues.

Six Italian-born players have appeared in the major leagues, but all of them immigrated to North America during childhood, according to Riccardo Schiroli, communications manager for the Federazione Italiana Baseball Softball. Liddi, by contrast, was born in San Remo, Italy, and played amateur baseball there before signing with the Mariners at age 17 in 2005.

Liddi, now 23, leads the Pacific Coast League with 118 runs scored and is only the second player in team history to amass 100 runs and 100 RBI in the ...

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Gamingboy Posted: September 04, 2011 at 03:46 PM | 12 comment(s)
  Beats: international, minor leagues

Pos: Frankenpitcher vs. Frankenpitcher

Posnanski creates a Frankenpitcher. Next week, he’ll do fast-pitch softball and call it “Bride of Frankenpitcher”.

Gamingboy Posted: September 04, 2011 at 03:30 PM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: general

Jack O’Connell: Cano joins MVP conversation

Hurry, Jack…I do believe your thermoplastic phone is ringing!

OPS+- WAR
131 - 4.3 - Robinson Cano
136 - 6.8 - Non-legitimate MVP contender Dustin Pedroia

With the season Curtis Granderson is having and all the attention it has brought him as a major candidate for the American League Most Valuable Player Award, it can get easy bypassing the contributions Robinson Cano has made for the Yankees this year.

Cano was an MVP contender a year ago and finished third in the balloting behind winner Josh Hamilton of the Rangers and runner-up Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers. Guess what? Cano may be every bit the MVP candidate again this year. Just as the Red Sox have two legitimate contenders for the award in Adrian Gonzalez and Jacoby Ellsbury, so, ...

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 01:51 PM | 34 comment(s)
  Beats: awards, history, red sox, sabermetrics, yankees

Pirates: Rapid fall in NL Central Division standings accompanied by marked increase in strikeouts

The Pirates are dealing with a couple other factors: advanced scouting reports and inexperience.

Early on, the relative obscurity of the Pirates’ lineup was an asset. But now the secret is out on many of their batters.

Hurdle and Ritchie said veteran hitters handle at-bats better.

“With experience, you can have a little more courage, a little more patience at the plate, show a little more discipline,” Hurdle said. “That comes in time.”

The upper-echelon major league teams typically have decades of experience combined through the middle of their lineups. The Pirates’ offensive leaders—Walker and Andrew McCutchen—have less than five years combined.

“It is a challenge,” Hurdle said. “There’s no doubt. But you’ve got to find a way as a ...

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 12:58 PM | 5 comment(s)
  Beats: history, pirates, projections, sabermetrics

Christensen: Verlander makes pitch for MVP

I’m not leaving you Mr Christensen, not ever! AL MVP Votes (so far) Jose Bautista - 2

My ears were wide open as these guys explained their arguments. I’m one of 28 writers with an AL MVP vote this year.

...Personally, I have no problem voting for a pitcher. There are 10 spots on the MVP ballot, and if the season ended today, Verlander would be my second choice, behind Toronto’s Jose Bautista.

For me, Bautista’s numbers are too impressive to ignore. Entering Friday, he led the AL in on-base percentage (.449), slugging percentage (.640), home runs (39) and walks (108). Using the all-encompassing stat called WAR (wins above replacement player), Bautista was at 8.0, and Verlander was at 7.3, according to baseball-reference.com.

I know the ...

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 12:23 PM | 22 comment(s)
  Beats: awards, blue jays, projections, sabermetrics, tigers

Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly wants more offense for 2012

So do I…a .255 BA is dragging us to the brinkmanship of disaster! (overstate over)

Don Mattingly said that if he had to decide between the Dodgers’ adding a quality bat or a quality arm over the winter, he would take the bat.

“A solid bat is something we’ve got to have or we’ll right back to where we were,” Mattingly said.

By that, he means before their mid-July acquisition of Juan Rivera, who has helped transform the Dodgers’ offense from abysmal to respectable.

“It tells you what one bat can do to your lineup,” Mattingly said.

But at what cost?

With the Dodgers in bankruptcy and their ownership situation in limbo, adding offense could force them to subtract pitching.

Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 12:04 PM | 6 comment(s)
  Beats: business, dodgers, sabermetrics

NBA SEPTEMBER THREAD: LOCKOUT III

With the lockout continuing, I estimate that fewer than 10-12 Primates now care about the NBA, but with our own thread, we won’t detract from what this site is really about: Andy’s collection of pirated movies, how many batteries one should buy to prepare for a hurricane that may or may not hit Manhattan, and Vera Farmiga.

rr Posted: September 04, 2011 at 11:46 AM | 1320 comment(s)
  Beats: general

Popper: Mets’ money woes to snow ball

...Snowball: Never Forget Where You Get Them Dollars From

Here’s why you should care now – because without a serious presence in the ownership suites Reyes could be gone, Wright could follow and it’s hard to imagine the team doing better than searching for free agent bargains like they did last winter. The payroll already is going to plummet, a fact management has admitted. A plan is in place with Sandy Alderson and his staff trying to stock the farm system. But counting on Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler, Jeurys Familia and Jenrry Mejia to fill a rotation with cheap, homegrown talent is an exercise fraught with potholes. Do we have to mention Generation K and the path that the most promising prospects can take?

Money is a sad fact of ...

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 11:24 AM | 16 comment(s)
  Beats: business, media, mets

Marcos Breton: Lessons Miguel Tejada taught me

There is an ironclad rule in journalism that you never get too close to someone you write about.

I broke the rule once a long time ago, and I paid the price for it last week, when a famous friend – the baseball player Miguel Tejada – was cut by the San Francisco Giants and then trashed on every media platform around.

As a member of the media, I could have joined the chorus, but I didn’t. I felt too closely what Tejada felt while being on the receiving end of public scorn.

Now, I’ll be forever mindful of too zealously twisting the knife of sarcasm. Those who play with the public’s trust deserve our scorn. But some, such as Tejada, are guilty only of being the last to realize that their time is up.

No matter your lot in life, it’s ...

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Repoz Posted: September 04, 2011 at 11:09 AM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: athletics, business, giants, history, media

AL West race: September 3, 2011

TEX 79-61 [2-1 in SEPT]
LAA 75-64 [2-1 in SEPT] (3.5 GB)

MLB.com: Lewis, bullpen get pinched mightily by Red Sox

...[The] Red Sox scored eight runs off Lewis, Tateyama and Merkin Valdez in the fourth inning and went on to a 12-7 victory over the Rangers in a three-hour, 44-minute affair at Fenway Park on Saturday.

MLB.com: Bats pick up Weaver as Angels gain in West

On a night Jered Weaver didn’t have his best stuff, the Angels’ bats did the talking to beat the Twins, 10-6, on Saturday at Angel Stadium.
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Missing his scheduled start Friday to attend his grandfather’s memorial service in Oregon, Weaver managed to make it through five innings, giving up six runs on eight hits to grit out a win.

NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 04:22 AM | 6 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rangers

Yahoo: Zimmerman’s 2-run single gives Nats 8-7 win

The Nationals built an early 5-0 lead behind starting pitcher Tom Milone, who made his major league debut after his contract was purchased from Triple-A Syracuse on Saturday.

With runners on second and third and one out in the second inning, Washington third base coach Bo Porter beckoned Milone over for a chat. With the Mets’ infield in expecting a bunt, Milone swung away and hit the first pitch from Dillon Gee into the Nationals bullpen for a three-run homer.
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According to STATS LLC and the SABR Home Run Log, Milone is the eighth pitcher to homer on the first pitch he saw in the majors. The last to do it was Adam Wainwright for St. Louis on May 24, 2006.

Unfortunately for Milone, he didn’t make it out of the fifth inning.

NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 03:44 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: game recaps, nationals

MLB.com: Tigers shock White Sox with ninth-inning homers

Saturday’s game-tying two-run homer from Ryan Raburn and walk-off shot from Miguel Cabrera two batters later traveled an estimated 824 feet. The resulting 9-8 Tigers win over the White Sox opened up a 7 1/2-game cushion between them in the American League Central standings, and pushed Detroit 6 1/2 games ahead of second-place Cleveland, who lost to the Royals.
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Detroit faced a seven-run deficit and had a defense withering in 93-degree weather at the game’s midway point. Eight runs, a downpour and three homers later, they had another confidence boost.

NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 02:55 AM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: game recaps, tigers, white sox

Yahoo: Kottaras hits for cycle, Brewers beat Astros 8-2

George Kottaras became the first major league player to hit for the cycle this season and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Houston Astros 8-2 on Saturday night.

Kottaras hit a solo homer in the fourth inning off Bud Norris (6-9) to give Milwaukee a 2-0 lead and tripled in the sixth ahead of a two-run shot by Craig Counsell, his first of the year.
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Colorado slugger Carlos Gonzalez was the last major leaguer to hit for the cycle, on July 31 last season against the Chicago Cubs.

Following in the footsteps of Chad Moeller as a cycling Brewers catcher.  Raul Casanova also came close once, IIRC.

NTNgod Posted: September 04, 2011 at 02:53 AM | 5 comment(s)
  Beats: brewers, game recaps

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Silva: If Cashman Bolts, Would Billy Beane in NY Make Sense?

Wait, slow down…Michael Kay just said “defensive metrics” today. I’m still dizzy.

Beane is an innovator. He was able to understand the value of information in a game that resists change at all costs. He focused on player development, market inefficiencies, and building a team, not a collection of free agent superstars. His model is what we see in Boston and New York today, but they are able to complement with elite talent and buy away mistakes. The Yankees had to change their internal infrastructure because of the pioneering efforts of Billy Beane.  It would almost be a seamless transition from Cashman to Beane.

My main concern with Beane is how he would handle the front office politics of the Yankees. You still have too many ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 09:13 PM | 22 comment(s)
  Beats: athletics, books, business, media, projections, sabermetrics, yankees

White Sox’ Ken Williams, Greg Walker have heated confrontation

Bah, book a room at The Holmes World’s Fair Hotel and settle this!

The frustration stemming from the shortage of production from Adam Dunn, Alex Rios and Gordon Beckham recently reached a boiling point between ­general manager Ken Williams and hitting coach Greg Walker.

Walker took issue with Williams’ comments about Beckham’s swing, and after he and Williams exchanged heated words in the tunnel leading to the Sox clubhouse at U.S. Cellular Field, Williams told Walker to clean out his locker, a source said.

...Williams’ comment last month about Beckham’s swing appeared to be a direct hit aimed toward Walker.

“Any high fastball, he could get on top if it with his top hand,’’ Williams said then. “But again, as the ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 08:45 PM | 26 comment(s)
  Beats: sabermetrics, white sox

ESPN: Parker: It’s time to expect Nova to win instead of wondering when he’s going to lose

Or as my Met buddy, Dennis Ribanter sez…“Meh, just another Aaron Small Sample”.

If you’re not in yet, you should be.

Enough pooh-poohing Ivan Nova. He’s not a blip, an unknown commodity. Let’s face it: He’s a force, the New York Yankees’ No. 2 starter if the playoffs opened today.

Yeah, yeah. Nova’s a rookie and doesn’t have any postseason experience.

Who cares? He can pitch. Even better—he simply wins.

...But Nova isn’t just lucky, a fraud. Nova—who upped his record to 15-4 and lowered his ERA to 3.89—isn’t winning simply because the Yankees score a million runs for him.

New York hasn’t seen a rookie stud pitcher like this since Doc Gooden went 17-9 for the Mets in 1984. Of course, Nova doesn’t have the strikeout magic that Gooden ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 02:16 PM | 113 comment(s)
  Beats: projections, sabermetrics, yankees

A B&C Exclusive Interview with Randy Johnson

Hindsight has the baseball world looking back at the “steroid era.” Knowing that so many players gained enhancement over their natural abilities, do you feel that the accomplishments of pitchers like Maddux, Glavine, Pedro Martinez and yourself should be given more recognition for what you did on the mound in what was essentially a less-than level playing field?

Once again, you’re asking a lot of questions where there might be a biased opinion, because my opinion, based on I was just doing my job. For me to compare me and Curt Schilling to other tandems, is really not up for me to decide, I just go out and do my job and I let all the numbers do the speaking for what I did, and if that can be compared to what somebody else did, I ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 02:01 PM | 13 comment(s)
  Beats: history, sabermetrics

Emotional Brian Roberts acknowledges 2011 return to Orioles not looking good

It is only about a 45-minute ride from Brian Roberts’ house in Sarasota to Tropicana Field, but the trip represented yet another difficult hurdle in the veteran second baseman’s return from a concussion.

“It was a huge step for me to get in the car,” said Roberts, whose voice cracked several times Friday as he talked with reporters while seated next to Orioles manager Buck Showalter. The 33-year-old was around some of his teammates for one of the first times since he last played May 16.

“I don’t mean that in a negative way. I mean that because I take a lot of pride in wanting to be here, doing what I’m supposed to be doing, and [Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos] has put a lot of investment into me and my family. The Orioles have tried to ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 12:57 PM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: orioles

OC Register: Angel Stadium unions take fight to fans

Who is the girl in the picket line, with the long hair? What’s going on here? You have got to be kidding me!

Angel Stadium workers in two separate unions, both frustrated by slow contract negotiations and threatening to walk off the job, took their fight directly to Angels fans on Friday night before the game.

Members and supporters of the two unions – SEIU, which represents ticket takers, ticket sellers, ushers and janitors, and Unite Here Local 11, which represents food vendors – carried protest signs and distributed fliers to fans as they arrived at the stadium.

Both unions have been negotiating separately for months and say they are discouraged by a lack of progress. The sticking points, they say, are a suggested wage freeze and ...

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Repoz Posted: September 03, 2011 at 12:50 PM | 1519 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, business, media

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