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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Baseball

The Legend of Rickey Henderson

Don’t think I was going to let it slip by that Rickey Henderson has returned to baseball. In his honor, I have selected some of my favorite Rickey moments to share, thanks to 100% Injury Rate. Here are my favorites: In June 1999, when Henderson was playing with the Mets, he saw reporters running around…Read More

Sandy Alomar Jr. Will Not Die

I cannot believe that this guy is coming back to the majors. Seriously, Sandy Alomar Jr. is like the modern day equivalent of Jake Taylor. Both old, both slow, both old-school, both old, both heart-and-soul type, both old, both played for the Indians, and they’re both old. Actually, he’s only 41, which isn’t too bad…Read More

Roman Colon, One Heck of a Right

This is something that I touched on before — Roman Colon busted up a teammates’ face following an argument over clubhouse music blaring from Colon’s Ipod. Yeah, that’s some brotherly love if I’ve ever seen it. So back in that report, Colon was facing felonius assault charges. Well, thanks to an email tip I received,…Read More

My NL All-Star Team

I already presented my AL All-Star team. So, without further ado, here’s how the NL All-Star team should look, based purely on performance: National League Starters C – Russell Martin, Los Angeles 1B – Prince Fielder, Milwaukee 2B – Chase Utley, Philadelphia 3B – Miguel Cabrera, Florida SS – Hanley Ramirez, Florida LF – Barry…Read More

My AL All-Star Team

As I’ve said before, one of the few bright sides from the All-Star game is that it gives us something to debate. Every year, inevitably there are several players left off the roster. So, without further ado, here’s how the AL All-Star team should look, based purely on performance: American League Starters C – Victor…Read More

Kyle Farnsworth Done Lost His Mind

Who and what does this guy think he is? Better than Mariano Rivera? It appears as such. What a joke, what an utter joke. He throws his glove after being jacked from the game in the 8th — his inning — in favor of Mariano Rivera. What a whiny baby. Quite clearly, Joe Torre was…Read More

Jack Wilson Proudly Reps Donuts

I guess when you’re the Pittsburgh Pirates, stuck in the middle of a 15 year losing streak, and your fans are about to walk out on you, it doesn’t take much to get you excited. That’s kinda how I would categorize the following news. From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Pirates shortstop Jack Wilson was the star…Read More

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