For all you Eastern peeps that went to bed before "it" happened last night, we now may already have the play of the year. Nolan Arenado made a catch which was arguably more difficult than Jeter's famous one into the stands. The ball was hit on a low trajectory in foul ground beyond third base and toward the stands. Arenado
There are some talents that are tailor-made for the game of baseball - acute hand-eye coordination, superior bat-head speed, 100 MPH arms and quick legs. Some of these talents have names that are destined to be eponymous with the National Pastime. Satchel Paige, Babe Ruth, Pee Wee Reese, Vida Blue, Rollie Fingers and, of course, Yogi Berra come to mind.
The first series are now in the books, but there so much yet to come. If some of your higher ranked players are not producing out of the gates - don't panic. You shouldn't drop them until at least May (watch for the guys that don't have your patience). But that doesn't mean you have to start them if you
There was a moment in our 14-team (in-person) "home draft" this year that caused the loudest roar I have yet to hear in any offline mancave competition. It will live on as the most memorable back to back pick in our history. The softest-spoken member of our league had received the dreaded 14th pick. On the turn, at the end of Round
Maybe this is the one "Showdown" we missed back in March - "Harvey vs Strasburg". Both pitchers huge talents. Both made big footprints in their first year. Both went down for Tommy John surgery in their second season. Both are candidates to dethrone Clayton Kershaw as the top pitcher in the league. But only Harvey got the job done yesterday.
Must have seemed like an eternity for Cubs fans between the opener and game two against their most hated rivals. I mean, how cruel can it get for Cubbies fans? You can bet it was a pretty unproductive Wednesday afternoon in offices across the North Side when game 2 finally arrived. And for these slackers it was worth the wait