Category Archives: front office

Take Dat Wi’ch Yu!

When I woke up this morning, I started to work through two possible posts for this evening. Advertisements

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The Lando Treatment

I’m just going to come right out and say it, Jon Daniels is Lando Calrissian, minus the black-guy coolness that comes with being played by Billy Dee Williams.

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Loco for Coco

The off-season is never as simple as it seems. Everyone goes into October (or November, if you’re a part of baseball’s elite eight) with a checklist of where they would like to make their team better.

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No Luck Chuck

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.

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MY’s Howard Beale Moment

In regards to the Michael Young situation, I’ve been reading and digesting everything I could find for the last few days. Initially, I wasn’t sure exactly whose side I was on, but after giving it some thought I’ve decided that … Continue reading

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Circling the Drain

Before the start of the 2009 season, Michael Young wanted out of Texas. He later rescinded his request and offered to move to 3B to make room for Elvis Andrus. Now he wants out again and it doesn’t sound like … Continue reading

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The Texas Ralphies vs. The New York Scuts

Last summer, early in July, I woke up and turned on Sportscenter to find that a trade was afoot. A big deal was about to go down in the world of baseball. The Yankees, once again, were about to get … Continue reading

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Who wears the baseball pants?

Yesterday I heard an interview with Chuck Greenberg where all manner of issues were discussed and one thing in particular jumped out at me.

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