Monthly Archives: August 2010

Where were they then – John Patterson – 2005

Long before Stephen Strasburg and Barack Obama were around to spread false hope in our nation’s capital, the people of Washington DC had John Patterson to let them down.  After spending many years as a top prospect in the minors, … Continue reading

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How Omar Infante Can Ruin 2010

Anyone else watch ESPN Monday Night Baseball? During the Braves/Mets tilt the announcers were discussing the topic of the triple crown? Albert Pujols of the StL. Cardinals probably has the best shot at the award as he currently sits atop … Continue reading

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8-Bit Kirk Gibson

This video still gives me chills:

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A Moment To Discuss The Coolest Man In Baseball

This post is actually a couple months in the works. The night I realized who is the coolest player on the planet was this year’s All Star game. He dominated during his inning of work but that was merely a … Continue reading

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Once again Boston, this is why people hate you

“His decision to stay with the Tigers is downright idiotic.” “Why would Damon want to stay with the moribund Tigers when he had a chance to join the Red Sox for 5 1/2 weeks of stretch run fun.” “Why play … Continue reading

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James Loney Is The Next Adam Dunn

No, Loney isn’t going to become a true 3-outcome player such as Dunn; BB,K or HR. But Loney is in danger of becoming boringly predictable just like Adam Dunn. Allow me to explain. Adam Dunn, from 2005-08, hit exactly 40 … Continue reading

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Your 2011 Draft Day Steal Is…

Geovany Soto, says I. Well, technically he might not be considered a steal based on where he could be drafted but just hear me out. Soto criminally disappointed in 2009 following his very useful ROY campaign in 2008. He was … Continue reading

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The Next 300 Game Winner Will Not Be…

CC Sabathia apparently. It wasn’t too long ago that Sabathia was being tabbed as the most likely pitcher to have a shot at the 300 win milestone. It’s hard to say when the next hurler to reach that number will … Continue reading

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MLB Network, how I love thee

Here’s a couple random videos from MLB Network: John Lackey is less than pleased with a souvenir hungry fan (although, it appears that he saved a home run).  I’m no lip reader, but I think Lackey said “Good try buddy.” … Continue reading

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Not just a baseball blog

Even if you don’t have HBO, you’ve probably already heard about Rex Ryan’s animated language on this season’s Hard Knocks.  For some reason, people don’t seem to think a few f-bombs can be tolerated on a network that has brought … Continue reading

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