"this time it counts" isnt really a scandal though, is it?
― tim lincecum in a giants snuggie (roxymuzak), Thursday, 2 December 2010 01:57 (nine years ago) link
Interesting about Rose. I guess he's fallen so far, it's easy to forget that at one time he was viewed by many to embody everything good about the game...unless you were Ray Fosse or Bud Harrelson...but I can definitely see where he'd be a kid favourite. I felt that way about Bench.
― clemenza, Thursday, 2 December 2010 03:25 (nine years ago) link
yeah. he's truly one of my favorites.
― tim lincecum in a giants snuggie (roxymuzak), Thursday, 2 December 2010 03:31 (nine years ago) link
Can someone recommend a good article that covers the collusion scandal in depth?
― NoTimeBeforeTime, Thursday, 2 December 2010 10:45 (nine years ago) link
I thought maybe James took the issue up, but now I realize it was the Rose scandal; he wrote this really long, meticulous defense of Rose (whom James otherwise didn't have much use for) in whichever annual it was in '90 or '91. I think he may have changed his position since he wrote it.
― clemenza, Thursday, 2 December 2010 11:08 (nine years ago) link
i find Rose's last season as manager/1B sticking himself into late inning games to goose his hit total more offensive then betting on his guys.
― sanskrit, Thursday, 2 December 2010 14:14 (nine years ago) link
― tim lincecum in a giants snuggie (roxymuzak), Thursday, 2 December 2010 21:42 (nine years ago) link
Baseball doesn't think much of dirty Italians anyway and neither do the fans.
― Hexum Enduction Hour (u s steel), Monday, 20 December 2010 17:22 (eight years ago) link
― mookieproof, Monday, 20 December 2010 17:32 (eight years ago) link
Haven't read this yet:
I'm almost positive I was watching that game on TV, yet 7/24/83 was a Sunday, and it was an afternoon start--where would I have gotten a Yankees/Royals game on a Sunday afternoon? I'm not even sure if there were Sunday night broadcasts then. Baffling.
― clemenza, Wednesday, 24 July 2013 16:56 (six years ago) link
You've gotta watch that clip--don't know that I've ever seen an athlete more apoplectic than Brett. Priceless: it's Gaylord Perry who sneaks the bat off the field! (Finishing his career with the Royals in '83...)
― clemenza, Wednesday, 24 July 2013 17:05 (six years ago) link
SABR marks the centennial with some myth-busting
― a Mets fan who gave up on everything in the mid '80s (Dr Morbius), Wednesday, 27 March 2019 11:47 (eight months ago) link