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Off The Grid For April 10, 2014: Sports On Vacation, Chatting With A Bracket Expert And Trusting Baseball Players
RotoExperts.com Managing Editor Jake Ciely gives you his weekly Twitter roundup with baseball, How I Met Your Mother, and more.
Check out the latest podcast from the FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Garion Thorne with special guest Jake Ciely from RotoExperts.com. The crew talks fantasy baseball, 16-bit or lower vintage video games, and Wrestlemania.
The most stunning feat in sports history: giving up a walk-off homerun on an intentional walk attempt.
On this episode of Off The Grid, the guys try to figure out why the “cute mascots” method to filling out a bracket beat pretty much everybody, discuss gang life for pro athletes like DeSean Jackson and attempt to love baseball. Also, there’s a quick debate on the best way to consume bacon, eggs and cheese in sandwich form.
Baseball season has technically begun, but we don’t consider Australian baseball to be a thing, you know? So with the REAL start of the MLB season fast approaching, we wanted to give you a preview of what to look out for this year.
MLB Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. was known for his incredible durability during his playing career. Now he has a streak going as an author, as “Squeeze Play” is his fourth in a series of baseball-centered novels geared towards young people. The Orioles legend stopped by the RotoExperts morning show to talk about his book and his favorite current shortstops.
RAW-BONED PHYSIQUE: Rob Delaney Gives Dramatic Reading Of Pro Baseball Scouts’ Gross Assessments Of Young Prospects
Twitter phenom and stubble lover Rob Delaney (@RobDelaney) gave a dramatic reading of the grossest things old men say about 17-year-old boys who like to play baseball. The original Harpers article is here. It’s literally just a list in paragraph form. Enjoy.