With apologies to the great baseball writers that are from KC and/or write about the Royals (Bill James, Rob Neyer, Joe Posanaski), we decided to honor the Royals’ acting like a real sports team for the past 15 years by converting their roster into the best combination of sports and acting there is: professional wrestling.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Which one is Peter Gammons? You make the call… (They are best played simultaneously.)Please, blog, may I have some more?
Today we are going to examine the most important fantasy baseball-related decision you will make all year: Choosing a team name.
Now, some of you will read this and say, “Dude, I’ve been calling my team the Jim Rice-A-Ronis since ’82 and I ain’t gonna change that now.” To which I say, “Godspeed, sir!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Our friends over at FantasyPros911.com – who had the temerity to relegate us to their ‘Blogger’ league vs. ‘Expert’ league – have included us in the mighty Fantasy Roundtable. I asked that Grey and I be referred to as Sir Rants-a-lot and Sir Gamblahad but no dice.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Edinson Volquez, “What? It’s called a video SHOOT!”
CAUTION: NSFWIYWILA (Not Safe For Work If You Work In Latin America)
Sorry, looks like Youtube removed the video. Maybe Edinson/Edison/Julio Reyes/Volquez will show up to Spring Training with his piece. Til then…Please, blog, may I have some more?
The only thing Rickey Henderson lacked in his twenty-four year career was humility. So, with Rickey Henderson an odds-on favorite for first-ballot election into The National Baseball Hall of Fame, we here at Razzball would like to tip our caps and our mugs.Please, blog, may I have some more?
We here at Razzball.com know that picking a fantasy baseball team name is never easy. You want a funny fantasy baseball team name for 2009, but how crude do you go? Do you insult everyone or just women and children? Or maybe you come up a fantasy team name that is some type of (un)imaginative pun like Say It Ain’t Sosa or Put It In The Pujols.Please, blog, may I have some more?
That is the number one searched phrase for fantasy baseball — Fantasy Baseball Yahoo. Personally, I think ESPN fantasy baseball is better. (Obviously, I think our fantasy baseball advice is better than Yahoo’s and ESPN’s.) Anyway, the fantasy baseballers (<–my Mom’s phrase) who are searching for “fantasy baseball Yahoo” don’t find Razzball.Please, blog, may I have some more?