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 08:17 AM by Knick9
I glad that the Yankees re-signed Mariano Rivera. At least they still have a chance to win, if they get a #1 starter. Also I just found out that he has a restaurant in New York City. I found it on www.HeadlinerDiners.com. I wonder if it's possible to meet him and get his autograph?
Welcome to another blog of mine covering Reds news from Cincinnati to Sarasota but probably not Nashville because nothing is happening.
The Reds have released Jorge Cantu which I think was a mistake but the reasoning behind it is good enough for me. Cantu was arbitration eligible and could have commanded a lot of money but I still hope the Reds sign him as a free agent.
Other news, the Reds traded Buck Coats to the Jays. My comments: Boring and yea, free money (for
Somewhere around 1953 - 1955 I attended a baseball game in San Francisco between the San Francisco Seals and I don't remember which team. The game went on and on in extra innings and I vaguely remember someone saying that that was the longest baseball game in history. I seem to remember 27 innings (but I was only 12 at the time and I don't trust on my memory about that). I did a Google search but didn't find any information about that game. Does anyone know what was the longest game the San Francisco
Most who know me here know that I am a HUGE Bob Caruthers supporter and believe that he should be in the HOF..
Here is a little bio on him:
Caruthers enjoyed remarkable success from the beginning of his career. In his first six full seasons, the diminutive right-hander pitched for five pennant-winning teams, including three straight with the St. Louis Browns of the American Association. He won 218 games before a sore arm ended his pitching career, but his heavy bat