Cleveland’s continued use of the racially charged Chief Wahoo puts them in violation of both good taste and local law. It’s time the team joined us in the present.Read more
Monthly Archives: March 2016
When Dick Allen played in 1972, the White Sox were 83-65. When he broke his leg in 1973, the White Sox were 37-32 and just one game behind Oakland. Here’s 1974, and Allen is healthy, and the South Siders made a big move.Read more
Look, I loved Jose Bautista’s bat flip that tossed a shovel-full of dirt over the Texas Rangers last October, but many old schoolers who are fond of baseball’s unwritten rules frowned upon such action.Read more
Matt Harvey, Dark Knight of Gotham, leader of the best rotation in baseball, All-Star, playoff hero, could use some work on scheduling loo breaks. Terry, get a man on that.Read more
It’s amazing what a dynamic young team can do for your fan base. In 1985, only 655,000 fans dared go to Cleveland Stadium to watch a hapless, helpless, hopeless team learning on the job. But that team basically came back whole in 1986.Read more
A baseball twitterbot named Ty. What could possibly go wrong?Read more
Keith Good’s weekly One-Act, an SNL-meets-MLB look at the week in baseball. This week, President Obama brings home souvenirs from his trip to Cuba.Read more
Misogyny in the movies and TV isn’t new and although I wasn’t expecting the Entourage movie to pass the Bechdel test, holy crap is this film bad.Read more
A look at the past week.
Throw this stuff in a dish so it doesn’t go through the washer.
What should we bring to Alex Rodriguez’s retirement party? At least we have plenty of time to ponder.Read more