Category Archives: Keith Good

A Merchandising Intervention

Quit using a solemn remembrance as an excuse to sell crap. Given the choice between the right thing and making a few bucks, Major League Baseball chooses the money.

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The Year(s) of Cleveland

This is Cleveland’s year, even if it isn’t. Cleveland was always going to live or die by its pitching. In June, the team lived like kings. Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and Danny Salazar ate hapless batters and crapped shutouts. Trevor Bauer, a strikeout specialist with a Rick Vaughn-like wild streak, was finally limiting his walks. Even 5th starter Josh Tomlin

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Cool Hand Lucroy and Miller Time in Cleveland

There was a cup of coffee early Sunday morning where Cleveland baseball fans thought club GM Chris Antonetti had traded for both Milwaukee All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy and Yankee relief stud Andrew Miller. The Land wondered if they weren’t still drunk from the Cavs’ NBA Championship parade. Cleveland had literally sold the farm (system) for two All-Stars. What was this

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