As the offseason slows down, and Spring Training only days away, I thought it’d be nice to see which team had the best quartets in their lineups–the best group of four players. Not duos or triplets, but quartets. This way, we could see which teams have great depth in their lineup. The total 2015 WAR totals are from baseball-reference.com. So, let’s begin from the bottom of the league: Continue reading
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MLB revealed some new Spring Training baseball hats and uniforms that all teams will be wearing during the 2016 Spring Training season. Some are definitely bold and definitely pop. So far, there have been mixed reactions about these uniforms, but people are definitely talking about these. So, I’d like to show some of the new designs!
For those who viewed my most recent post, “20 Reasons Why Baseball is the Best”, you’ll be glad to hear that bugs have been fixed!
Before just about 5 minutes ago, pictures did not appear. Now they do!
So go ahead and check it out one more time, each picture is worth a thousand words!
So I found a post on Bleacher Report titled “20 Reasons Baseball Is the Worst” (there’s a surprise at the end, but you’ll have to read it to find out). So I’m going to post what the author said about each reason, and create a counter-argument for each. By the way, you can find the post HERE.
I decided to have some fun with an article and look up some famous baseball nicknames and here’s what I found:
The Tigers won their third World Series title in the 1960s. In 1968, the Tigers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in game seven. Led by AL MVP and Cy Young Denny McLain and World Series MVP Mickey Lolich, the Tigers’ rotation led the Tigers to their ninth AL pennant and third world championship in the franchise’s history. The next, and most recent, time they would win the World Series wouldn’t be for another sixteen years in 1984. Continue reading