A few days ago I read an article about Barry Bonds’ playing days.
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Tagged Adrian Beltre, Barry Bonds, Elvis Andrus, Ian Kinsler, Joe Nathan, Josh Hamilton, Michael Young, Mike Adams, Mike Napoli, Neftali Feliz, Nelson Cruz, Ron Washington, Yu Darvish
In the midst of Tuesday’s post-Darvish hubbub, Jon Morosi of FOXSports.com threw out the following on Twitter: “An All-Star team of the Rangers and Angels could beat the Red Sox and Yankees. West is the new East.”
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Watching today’s rubber match between the Tigers and Rangers, I find myself thinking a lot about both yesterday’s game and another game that I watched almost exactly 1 year ago.
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
The following is a brief example of what you’d see on The Sunday Flash (or whatever I end up calling it).