There was no recap for last night’s game because, uh, I forgot to write one. Also, we pretty much sucked uninterestingly. Tonight, obviously, will be very different.
Yes we can is the easy answer to that – inquiries with he who should know, a savant type who suggested this form in the first place as being well suited to an acerbic baseball board says great start, now … Finish Reading
we seek the adept
but history suggests we then sign the inept
so whose fault is that?
it has to be the fellas hanging out the welcome mat.
A miserable season calls for different criteria in the choice of MVP, … Finish Reading
Seasons like the one now ending leave their mark on the psyche. They create baggage, in real mass, that we who care must carry around for an indeterminate time.
Arguably, this burden can take many forms and some weigh a … Finish Reading
From our roving reporter, Chad N. Freud:
On July 30, moments after the NY Mets lost a bizarre, rain delayed, unloseable game in the ninth inning 4-8, the Washington Post’s Tom Boswell tweeted this bit of fun:
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Mets: RIP. That's
Good sports writing should know no boundaries..on this Saturday morning here’s Britain’s best — Barney Ronay — with a lovely piece on ‘leaving’, the ability or inability of the hitter to stay away from the ball breaking/swerving away from … Finish Reading
Braves fans living in or around the Disco of Columbia have an added hobby. If things aren’t going well for the Chop Squad, we can always take solace in watching the soap opera that is the 2015 Washington Nationals.
I’ve … Finish Reading