While there seems to be plenty to write about in Los Angeles, as Don Mattingly fights to manage under the threat of being fired, it is interesting to note how much is being written about a far less important story. Terry Francona returns to Boston as a manager of another team for the first time [...]
Yesterday, I was lucky enough to watch a game at Frawley Stadium, where the single A affiliate of the Royals, the Blue Rocks hosted the Braves A affiliate, the Lynchburg Hillcats.
Frawley Stadium is a lovely stadium, located just off of I-95. The food choices are above the basics, with Breyers ice cream [...]
Most teams hope that by the time a player gets to the big leagues, he has little growing-up left to do, but honestly, few have that luxury. Some of the lessons that still need to be taught can be handled in the privacy of the clubhouse, between veterans and the rookies. But on teams where [...]
Owners are in New York for their quarterly owners meetings this week. That makes them very available for reporters, who seem to have taken advantage of the accessibility by either calling them out this week, or just asking them what the heck they were thinking…
Amando Salguero takes the opportunity to tell the commissioner about the [...]
Baseball is amazing. We can find a million ways to fall in love with it, no matter our interest. We root passionately for our side, and make arguments for our favorite players or against our enemy teams. We can sit at the ballpark day after day, or we can listen to the broadcasters of our [...]