Baseball News

12 Nov 18
MindScapes

Journal entry by Robin Isaacs — Nov 12, 2018 The first song I learned to play on the guitar was ‘If I Had a Hammer”. I was ten years old and already a bleeding-heart liberal, hammering out justice, freedom and love, on my cousin, John’s classical-neck, double pick board, vintage 000-28 Martin guitar. He taught me three chords […]

12 Nov 18
MindScapes

Journal entry by Robin Isaacs — Nov 12, 2018 The first song I learned to play on the guitar was ‘If I Had a Hammer”. I was ten years old and already a bleeding-heart liberal, hammering out justice, freedom and love, on my cousin, John’s classical-neck, double pick board, vintage 000-28 Martin guitar. He taught me three chords […]

18 Feb 19
National Post

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Michael Pineda thinks he’ll be ready to return to the major leagues with the Minnesota Twins after a layoff of 1 1/2 seasons. Pineda needed Tommy John surgery in 2017 while with the New York Yankees. He signed with the Twins in December 2017 and as he neared a return late […]

18 Feb 19
Reflections On Baseball

Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen has accomplished the heavy lifting this offseason. But those final pieces yet to come will make all the difference… On paper, it would appear the New York Mets have a plethora of outfielders on their 25-man roster. Their projected starting lineup is set to include Michael Conforto in centerfield, Brandon Nimmo in […]

18 Feb 19
pandorasflesh

I was alone, completely alone. There was a full moon but it didn’t cast much light on the dense dark forest as I wandered through the undergrowth, helplessly lost. I had given up calling out for Brad or Chad or Scott or the other one. All that accomplished was to give me a sore throat […]

18 Feb 19
David Bieber

Coming off of season-ending surgery, after a near death experience from a brain hemorrhage, recently signed Yankees reliever, Danny Farquhar, is no doubt one the best feel-good stories heading into 2019. On April 20th, 2018, as a member of the Chicago White Sox, Farquhar came in for a sixth-inning relief apperance against the Houston Astros. […]

18 Feb 19
Cubs Central

By Todd Johnson I am ready for baseball. More specifically, I am ready to watch and write about baseball. These press conferences are getting old. Add in the fact that the main topics are not good news is depressing. Today is the first official day of spring training with pitchers and hitters present. Instead, other […]

18 Feb 19
Samiyah's Writings

Socialism is not a utopia.  Any society under any system of power is going to be made up of people and people will always have our contradictions, our negative behaviors.  So, in this world, under the rule of people, there can be no perfect society. At the same time, the perfect is not “the enemy […]

18 Feb 19
Life Lines by Lucie

The same question Chubby Checker asks in his version of the Limbo Rock, I can ask several democratic United States governors and legislators who support and cheer for late term abortion and infanticide. This has nothing to do with politics, because I can ask the same of some US Catholic Cardinals. I watched in anger […]

18 Feb 19
Malvania International

A former MLB executive vice president explains why he made the jump to esports from Top News & Analysis https://cnb.cx/2DPAWWw

18 Feb 19
All The PlayStation You'll Ever Need.

Back in the ’80s, there was a series of commercials that featured the Crash Test Dummies. The commercials starring Larry and Vince were meant to show the importance of car safety. They would have the duo crash into walls, through windshields, and even importance of putting on your seat belt. But over the years as […]

18 Feb 19
The Sports Daily

People have opinions. Those people include Yankee starting pitchers. Luis Severino had some choice quotes about Jacob deGrom and his innings limit stance: “For me, I would never do something like that,” Severino told NJ Advance Media. “I want to pitch. I love to pitch. I love this game. I’d never do that.” Severino got […]

18 Feb 19
Zack's Dumb Baseball Site

I don’t hear this guy’s name thrown around all that much anymore, and in the midst of particularly polarizing characters in baseball, Jason Grimsley has my favorite story, and after I read about him and his career, he’s easily one of my favorite figures in the game of baseball. While he was never a highly […]

18 Feb 19
Broncos Wire

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow says it was easy to turn down the AAF because he’s serious about playing baseball.

18 Feb 19
Sox Sphere

The Boston Red Sox are not the betting favorites to win the World Series in 2019, according to various odds-makers. Now, before you grab the pitchforks and dismiss this information as fake news, allow me to explain why the odds-makers have actually gotten this one right. Here are 5 valid reasons why the Boston Red […]

18 Feb 19

Where's My Refund?

@Tyler That’s fine. I’m at meter 864 just laying here. Can I keep the $50 bill at least? My wife says she’s ready for someone new, anyways. She’s 75, but I think you will like her, still. She loves balls. Little balls. Tennis balls. Baseballs. Ping pong balls. Said she used to like big balls, […]