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
I gotta admit...that as much as I want Santana I really would rather not go after him at this point.
The Trade would create problems for the Yankees starting with OF Defense and then trading away the guy who was supposed to be the Future Ace of the staff. Then to top it off it's going to cost somewhere in the $100M Range just to keep Santana.
I understand that the Yankees must keep Santana away from Boston, but at what cost?
Then looking over the trade,
Well, I dont know if I will ever post here much, but I figured I would try.
Some info about myself:
I am a Boston Red Sox fan, obviously. I am also a huge baseball fan in general. I love the history of the game, espically the 1900-1920 era. Gotta love "deadball action".
My main hobby is table top baseball gaming, my game of choice is Replay Baseball. Currently I am conducting a 2004 Boston Red Sox replay. When that is finished, I plan
My very first post to this blog was that Donruss would catch heat for its Elite Extra Edition baseball (and "basketball"...I put that in quotes because it features over 70 baseball players and 10 basketball players) set. It seems the heat is already being turned up, and the MLBPA is basically waiting for the set to come out. Strangely enough, they're focusing their rage on just two cards: those of Luke Hochevar and Ross Detwiler. Why? Because from everything I've heard, Donruss' set finally
Updated 11-28-2007 at 11:33 PM by Dalkowski110