Peter Gammons suffered a cerebral aneurysm on Tuesday. Here’s the bad, the good, and the slam at a peer.
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Grimsley tried to lam, but they cheesed him, and now he’s fingering…half of MLB. We have an exclusive artist’s rendering of the primary suspect.
In which a basically anonymous sportswriter demonstrates that no, he has not read “Tuesdays With Morrie.”
I’m surprised it took this long to post a video of Rick Sutcliffe’s legally-impaired visit to the Padres’ broadcast booth, but here it is. The oddest part is, he doesn’t sound nearly as insane as he was portrayed in the media. (Maybe that’s a statement about some of the people I attend games with.) Kinda […]
Baseball math: Beer-league umps + professional players + radio broadcaster already frustrated by team’s futility + dizzy bat race = good listening.
In which one of our favorite (rolling eyes) sportswriters expects to find sympathetic laughter at the expense of his favorite foil, but instead finds out only that he should keep his day job.
Remember the heady days of Jimmy Carter, Chrysler K-cars and “who shot J.R.”? At least one sportswriter doesn’t, but hey, bands that sound like The Cure are in again, so why not?
They’re gonna stay on this story until…well, they’re gonna stay on this story. Here’s the good, the bad and the WTF.
A hothead whose dead crappy in-game decisions lead to worse decisions which lead, in turn, to a career as the pitcher nobody really wants, or a misunderstood everyman? You decide.
Read Skip Bayless’ scathing indictment of Barry Bonds — but first, read fans’ scathing indictment of Skip Bayless (especially the comments) for a quick fix of pot. kettle. black.