Monthly Archives: March 2011
Today is kind of officially Opening Day 2011. Not really, though.
England and America should scrap cricket and baseball and come up with a new game that they both can play. Like baseball, for example. — Robert Benchley
It is almost time, once again, for baseball in Texas. Opening Day is only 3 days away, but sometimes it pays to look back before moving forward. So, briefly, I want to break down the Rangers’ off-season. I’ll go over … Continue reading
Writing about baseball isn’t something that I’ve done a whole lot of lately. Today won’t see those trends change much. There are plenty of things to write about, like Chris Davis, MY, and Mark Lowe’s perpetually awful spring performance, but … Continue reading
This pretty much sums it up…
There are two things specifically that I have written about Neftali Feliz, 1) that he is currently my favorite player in the game and 2) that he is too talented to pitch just 70 innings a season for the rest … Continue reading
Due to some personal things happening in my life, I hadn’t really intended to update much in the immediate future. But, as will always be the case, certain things cannot be ignored.
This is something I’ve wanted to do for a while, even though it would have elicited some measure of violence from my 8-year-old self some years ago. I’m going to defend the Seattle Mariners and their fans.
So, there’s this, an article published on Forbes.com that tries to use math to prove that Seattle is the ‘most miserable sports city’ in America.
The following is a brief example of what you’d see on The Sunday Flash (or whatever I end up calling it).