Clearing The Bases May 22, 2012 by George Kurtz In my mind, Memorial Day marks the end of the first third of the season. We have had time to adjust our rosters somewhat, but if things still aren’t going your way and you’re still at the bottom of the standings, than it’s time to make […]
Regular reader(s) will remember that, last week, I wrote about the possibility thatÂ Lance Berkman would become a Cardinal. Â My conclusion was that it wouldn’t happen and it didn’t work for the Cardinals. Yeah, this is why I don’t bet actual money on anything. As you know by now, the CardsÂ came to terms with Berkman over […]
John Castino was selected co-rookie of the year (with Torontoâ€™s Alfredo Griffin) in the American League for 1979 after batting .285 with eight triples. Due to the tie, the voting process (and point system) was changed in 1980. Castino hit .302 in 1980 and led the American League in triples in 1981, but back problems […]
Okay, I realize Iâ€™ll be in the minority with what I am about to write but I just have to say itâ€¦
Why the hell does anyone care about the â€œaverage lengthâ€ of Major League games?