During a baseball season, this is an easy blog to maintain. Just watch what is happening and comment on it. During the off-season, not so easy. But at least there was always a light at the end of the tunnel. Now, there is no light. Only an endless tunnel. And, […]
Don’t expect to see baseball as usual for a long time. Assuming no fans are allowed in, it will take roughly or seventy people to actually stage a baseball game. You’d have, with sure to be expanded rosters, twenty-eight players per team. Four umpires. A manager and coaching staff for […]
Shin-Soo Choo. If you weren’t a fan of his before, you pretty much have to be one now. Here is a man who remembers where he came from and is willing to give back. Yesterday, Choo donated one thousand dollars to every one of the one-hundred-ninety-one minor leaguers in the […]
Chalk up Rangers pitcher James Jones with one of the more unusual off-field injuries. While stories like this are humorous, the time lost and the damage to a career are not funny at all. Jones came to the Rangers from the Mariners after the 2015 season along with Tom Wilhelmsen, […]
Yes, this is a day late. But who is keep track of days and dates anymore? Thirty-five April Firsts ago, Sports Illustrated ran a story about a Mets phenom named Sidd Finch. It caused quite a stir. Here is the story. Enjoy.
Maybe there is one positive to playing a shortened season. Anything can happen. One-hundred-sixty-two games has a way of revealing what a team really is. If they don’t have enough pitching, it catches up to them. You can hide not enough offense for a while. But not for 162. There […]
Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com took out his crystal ball and named the one future All-Star for every team in the A.L. West. Either he needs to take his crystal ball into the shop or the Rangers are in some trouble. Because for every other team, he lists a prospect that […]
Here is how Joey Gallo is staying in shape during the shutdown. What could possibly go wrong here?
“Millionaires fighting billionaires for dollars.” That’s how MLB Network Radio’s Jim Duquette described the squabbling that was going on about the current, unfortunate work stoppage happening in baseball. It’s not because of a strike or lockout, which is the root of all past work stoppages. But it came down to […]