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
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Well, not much has happened in the Hot Stove League for the Reds.
The passing of Joe Nuxhall was hard on the entire Cincinnati area, even to those who had never held a baseball in their hand.
Also, not much from the fall and winter leagues except that Johnny Cueto is dominating. No real major news right now though.
I am looking for some mets games? Why can I not find any on the internet? Does any one have recorded videos of the Mets games this year. I had alot of games on my time warner dvr but the unit was hit by lighting and I lost them all Any help
Chipper and Andrew are the best. Loved them since TBS came to OH(remember Speed Racer?)Husband of 43 years just passed away,how do I find the value of baseball stuff he left? Have an unopened 1987 Classic board game but cannot find its value. I'm 61.
When you first read the title of this blog entry, you probably either thought me insane or merely that I made a typo. Don't sell your Bonds cards? Dalkowski, are you a a beer can short of a six pack? No, I'm not. And the value of Barry Bonds cards going into freefall is exactly why you should hang onto them (if you missed the boat in 2001, anyway).
About a week ago, a friend of mine sold a 1986 Topps Traded Tiffany Barry Bonds XRC for $25 on eBay. Go there now and you're lucky if