With half the 2008 fantasy baseball season in the books, it’s time to take a look back at how fantasy baseball and the world has changed in the last three months. When the fantasy baseball season started…
…Branded the Latin Sandy Koufax, the New York Media fit Johan for a yarmulke. Please, blog, may I have some more?
People obsess over what to call their fantasy baseball team. And, I must say, time well spent! Please take a look at the list; it’s ridiculously wonderful. My favorite team names from the list include, Funky Cold Mussina and Hip-Hop Jorge, but I have fond memories of early ’90s rap. Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Mitchell Report is 409-page indictment on baseball. I’ve posted below some of the more interesting parts. If you wish to download the whole thing, you can do it here.
BASEBALL WRITERS TAKE NOTICE:
Page 116 of the Mitchell Report:
In March 1992, Pittsburgh columnist Gene Collier addressed the perception that baseball was not a sport for steroids users. Please, blog, may I have some more?
As anyone who is a loyal reader of Jayson Stark’s blog will know, he pretty much talks about nothing substantial. Hey, it worked for Seinfeld. Well, today he allows a friend of mine to talk about nothing substantial for him. Check out Matthew Mougalian’s fine work here. Please, blog, may I have some more?