Karl Koweski had a choice. Thanks a lot, Karl.Read more
If you want to create (or recreate) an amazingly immersive digital baseball experience, OOTP 18 is the most complete and enjoyable edition to date.Read more »
The St. Louis Browns were known for bad baseball, but their 1890’s cousins were even worse.Read more »
If you want to create (or recreate) an amazingly immersive digital baseball experience, OOTP 18 is the most complete and enjoyable edition to date.Read more
The St. Louis Browns were known for bad baseball, but their 1890’s cousins were even worse.Read more
It’s May and the New York Mets are a game under .500. Chill out. It could be a lot worse.Read more
Twenty, heck, 15, Ok, 10 years ago, a regular hitting .204 for his career wouldn’t be a regular for long. Now? At least one .204 hitter is not going to lost his job for a while. Ryan Schimpf started his career as a 5th round pick from LSU in 2009. Advanced college ball players really need to move through theRead more
The most important rule change in baseball history happened in 1893. No, really.Read more
Katrina Jencius emerged victorious on Matt Harvey Garden Gnome Night.
But the Mets did not.
Nationals TV guy Ray Knight is the unhappiest man in sports television. And it’s no wonder.Read more
Last year, Texas confounded everyone by outperforming their projected record by 13 games. Most of that was attributable to the bullpen, led by journeyman Sam Dyson, who took over ninth-inning duties for Shawn Tolleson (who was non-descropt for the most part until he became the closer). Matt Bush, Tony Barrette, Jake Diekman, and Alex Claduio also contributed greatly to theRead more
The A’s are young. but they’re hoping some World Series experience rubs off on them.Read more