Batting Stance Guy appeared on David Letterman last night and was very funny. The better job, however, was outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre prior to his appearance when he did all National League hitters in about a minute. Take a look. Tomorrow we look at the winning American League All Stars.
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I don’t break the life/blog wall all that often, but I felt compelled to hop on the blog this morning and chat a little bit about why I avoided switching my television service to Comcast this past November when my family moved from Western PA to Central PA. Where we lived in Western PA, a [...]
Below is a list of the top three MLB hitters and pitchers currently participating in the World Baseball Classic in each standard 5×5 fantasy baseball category. I don’t think anyone knows how to gauge WBC success for either hitters or pitchers. My theory is that there is little benefit for pitchers. If anything, pitching in [...]
While they aren’t calling it “MLB Open” like they did last year, MLB.com is once again offering free head-to-head fantasy baseball leagues with a $10,000 grand prize in 2009. 2009 fantasy baseball on MLB.com is pretty straight forward: League Sizes: 8-team, 10-team, 12-team Game Format Options: Head-To-Head Points Playoffs: Top 4 Teams / 2 Weeks [...]
This week, the Caribbean Series (Serie del Caribe en espanol) takes the top 4 teams from several winter leagues in Central America and pits them against one another in a round-robin tournament. Teams from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela take the field this year in Mexicali, Mexico and play each other twice. [...]
January 1, at 6 PM, marks the debut of the much anticipated MLB Network. The MLB Network will begin its broadcast coverage with “Hot Stove Live.” At 10:30, the first game ever seen on MLB Network will be Game 5 of the 1956 World Series between the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers–a legendary game [...]