So, its been quite awhile since I've posted anything to this blog. I'm sorry about that, but there's not much to really do when you start getting caught up in the MLB regular season and you keep forgetting.
Anyway, I've come up with a rather unusual realignment plan for MLB divisions. I'm not serious about this at all, but I figured I'd post this anyway.
American League East:
Will this guy ever learn to put a sock in it? I'm talking about Hank Steinbrenner, the son of King George. I guess it's appropiate that I call him Prince Hank. Ever since he walked though the door to command the Yankees, the only thing he's been fond of doing has been to talk smack to people. He has yapped about just about anything.
While he does have a point about Red Sox Nation, as I happen to believe that there are a portion of them who are bandwaggoners as well, why did it have
I've always believed that telling the truth and doing what's right is what really matters in life. I'm not talking about just baseball here, I'm talking about living life day-by-day. Simply put, it is not honorable to live in numerous lies and to fake everything that you have claimed to be. As an athlete, you do have the responsibility of performing, entertaining, and just simply helping out, as long you play the game that you play with honesty, and without any doubts. You are supposed to send the
Updated 02-13-2008 at 06:37 PM by Knick9
Obviously, everyone on these message boards are divided with this whole Mitchell thing. People are questioning how legit this report really is. People are bashing the players and others involved with this. The main question is this...how stable is the Mitchell Report?
It isn't that stable at all, to be honest. There are some names on that list that I didn't expect to see. There is actually some evidence that supports the accusations of certain players mentioned. If the Mitchell Report
Updated 01-26-2008 at 09:17 AM by Knick9
I have to go on a rant here. It's just this simple, ballpark dimensions really do matter. There's a difference between bandboxes for hitters to take advantage of and large ballparks where pitchers will feel more comfortable.
I believe the smaller the ballpark, the higher a batter's stats will be. I can't really say it enough how easy it is for players to hit home runs these days, and I exclude steroids from this. I think one problem, aside from getting on the juice, is that we have