After thinking long and hard about this entire era, I have come to the conclusion that I'm sure many of you already have.
I'm done with the steroids talk. I'm done bashing Bonds, I'm done bashing Clemens, and I'm not about to start bashing Rodriguez.
Put them all in. The only person associated with this era that needs to be kept out of the Hall of Fame is Bud Selig.
Bonds owns the home run record, and he is one of the five best players of all-time, though
How to increase confidence in 20 min
Confidence. Just say that word in your head. What does it mean to you? For me it means believing that I am able to perform up to my expectations toward the task at hand. Now for baseball, confidence is as valuable as gold....no forget gold. Its as valuable as a diamond because in the beginning, for a lot of players, our confidence is about as shiny as black coal. It takes a lot of refinement for the coal to turn into diamonds. The other reason
Updated 08-21-2010 at 09:25 PM by Mark Brooks
I have been doing ttm requests for more than 20 yrs now. I started to notice a trend about 5 yrs ago or so. Players started to send price lists with your cards UN signed back to you. They used to just keep the cards and that was it. Keeping you guessing whether or not they would sign them or not. I do not recall who's price list that I ever received first. I used to always get ticked off... John Doe wants me to PAY for his autograph!?!? WHATEVER!!!! I used to put the UN signed cards back in
Updated 11-04-2007 at 03:39 PM by AutographCollector
Another Day and Back to your average Day of hanging out at the Ballpark but sadly it back to the same as of late.
The Same untimely Errors and the same lack of Hitting when it is needed. 9 left on Base against a Pitcher that's been injured for most of the past 2 Years and a pitcher that wasn't all that good to begin with. Simply it's unacceptable.
For two years now, the 2006 and 2007 seasons, the Major League Baseball Players' Association has done something very odd. They defined what a rookie card constituted. Yes, a baseball player's first baseball card. Now you have to qualify for a rookie card. I have a thread sticky'ed in the Baseball Card Forum about it...I invite you to look at it...for the whole situation, which is too long to discuss in this blog entry. However, I will say that had these idiotic rules (which have been strangely championed
Updated 11-12-2007 at 07:29 AM by Dalkowski110
(Missed a word...)