LONG BEACH— I write this from the City of Long Beach, home of the Long Beach Dirtbags. Continue reading “A Mortal Named Troy”
LONG BEACH— The good times don’t last forever. But sometimes, when they come crashing down, you can’t help but look for the cause. Continue reading “The Curse of Kelly Johnson”
LONG BEACH— Long has been the speculation of just who cheated during the steroid era. And with each passing day, more is being learned. Continue reading “Dirty Sox – How the 2004 World Series Was Stolen”
ATLANTA— As we are now past the All-Star break and moving into what should be a very exciting second half, I am handicapping my Braves. And the truth is, with their current team, they don’t have a shot.
ATLANTA— I have atlantabraves.com plugged into my blackberry. Whenever I get out on the internet, I start by opening up that website and checking in on news surrounding the Braves.
For weeks now, I’ve been reading headlines about Tom Glavine’s recovery. Tom Glavine feels better after throwing in the outfield (April 28). Tom Glavine pitches 3 simulated innings, ready to begin his rehab (May 19). Tom pitches 5 scoreless innings in Gwinnett, close to returning to the Braves (May 28). Tom pitches 6 scoreless innings in Rome, final start before joining the big league team (June 2). Continue reading “Frank Wren’s “How to Give a Hall-of-Famer the SHAFT!””
LONG BEACH— Hall of Fame pitcher, Tom Glavine, was released by the Atlanta Braves yesterday. This was to be Glavine’s farewell tour with the team. Or at least, a redux of his failed farewell tour from last season. Continue reading “No. 47”
LONG BEACH— Baseball is a curious game. Watching season to season results can be mind boggling. Especially now in the transition from the roid era to the post roid era. Continue reading “Bad Papi”