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The first tweets by athletes are rarely exciting, funny or provocative — but they are interesting when you look at them from hindsight’s perspective.
— Larry Brown (@LBSports) June 18, 2014
Tuesday night the Arizona Diamondbacks wanted to show what stuff they were made of. They were tired of being kicked around and invoked one of baseball’s unwritten rules: If you suck and your season is over before the Fourth of July, distract your fans by invoking baseball’s unwritten rules. And that’s the best part of those unwritten rules: they’re unwritten, so nobody knows what the hell they are.
I have been writing about baseball for over a decade now and while I don’t claim to be a music critic of any sorts, I do know good closer songs! (At least that’s what I’ve told myself.) Even better, I know BAD closer songs!
Tony Gwynn’s 2001 Donruss Classics Baseball Card Stat Breakdown Speaks Volumes About How Good He Was
For baseball fans growing up in the 80′s and 90′s, Gwynn was a batting average god. His card is a stark reminder of how great he really was.
Steve Coburn got us thinking: What are the most cowardly aspects of modern sports? Is it the designated hitter? The mid-range jumper? How about pads in general? The full list, after the jump.
This is the second installment of The Watch List, highlighting players to scout for the upcoming weeks of the Fantasy baseball season. It goes without question, but one of the best ways to compete in your league is to always be one step ahead of the other owners. All of the players listed below are on the verge of contributing, albeit by a teammate injury or just receiving consistent playing time.
Raise your hand if you thought the Marlins would be the Florida team over .500 and Tampa would be the one below that mark. If your hand is in the air, either it’s in a cast, or you are a pathological liar (I’m guessing the latter). It’s odd that two teams from Florida wouldn’t stand their ground.
Welp, it looks like my second post in a row is going to be about MLB debuts. As impressive as Oscar Tavares’ bomb of a homerun was, Blue Jays pitching prospect Marcus Stroman made my jaw drop to the floor this afternoon with a nasty slurve.