Author Archives: Bob Moffitt

The Magical 61: A Number For Kings

For six decades, plus a year, Roger Maris has held the home run record. That record is in danger of finally falling.

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Remembering Vin Scully

Vin Scully was the voice for six generations of baseball fans, including mine. Baseball greats have come and gone and more will do the same. Though we will contemplate their greatness, there are a few that resonate with us for one reason or another. Growing up in the tiny town of Mariposa, California, we had the Saturday Major League Baseball

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A Career So Sweet…But Too Short For The Hall?

Bob Moffitt: (Posey was) rookie of the Year, MVP, 7-time All Star in 10 full years in the field, four Silver Sluggers, one Gold Glove,
Steve Harmon: Not arguing at all that he wasn’t great, that he accumulated all that platinum. But one thing he didn’t accumulate were the numbers. I’m sorry, but 1,500 hits and 153 home runs – even for a catcher.

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Under New Mismanagement?

It would seem to be unreasonable to question or criticize the Los Angeles Dodgers management decisions considering they just won a World Series a year ago. But we specialize in the unreasonable. Eddie Rosario has carried the Atlanta Braves offense through the National League Championship Series. Yet, the Los Angeles Dodgers continue to pitch to him. It’s one of several

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